The total number of visitors, 55,128, to IBC2015 exceeded the record-breaking attendance in 2014. The event found ever more ways to engage with the community, ensuring that everyone who attended joined the debate about the future of electronic media.
Vision247 has introduced an online streaming service of Vision247’s Freeview channel 244, available on any connected device – desktop, smartphone or tablet.
Shenzhen Skyworth Digital Technology has selected Metrological’s Application Platform to deliver and manage the Skyworth branded TV app store, which will be available on the company’s OTT and hybrid STBs.
OTT TV and video users actively use other types of media for information and entertainment, with 71% accessing mobile internet, 66% mobile apps and 61% social networks on a daily basis, according to SPB TV Survey 2015.
Broadcom Corporation has announced three new DOCSIS 3.1-based devices for Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) equipment.
Despite only being launched last month, AMC is already being used to drive sales for BT, according to Delia Bushell, MD BT Sport and BT TV.
Usage of laptops and smartphones is outpacing that of STBs and smart TVs in the connected living rooms of today, according to new global research from Irdeto.
EVS has enabled IBC TV to launch its first ever live streaming and VoD service available for mobile devices at this year’s IBC2015.
IABM has announced the winners of its 2015 Design & Innovation Awards at IBC in Amsterdam, honouring the most outstanding broadcast and media industry talent.
iWedia has reaffirmed its commitment towards the HbbTV standard and disclosed the roadmap of its HbbTV 2.0 implementation.