Enter now for the first TVBAwards, to be held at a ceremony this October at the Hilton London Wembley
The worldwide pay TV market continues to grow in Q1 2014. According to ABI Research’s Market Data, the total pay TV subscriber base is expected to surpass 936.4 million at the end of 2014, generating $280.4 billion in service revenue.
Ofcom has published a consultation document detailing various approaches to the enforcement of TV advertising schedules. The consultation is designed to explore the options available to the UK regulator in securing “effective and consistent enforcement of rules on the extent to which television programmes can be interrupted by advertising.”
Exposure to TV advertisements seen on both television and the Viggle app resulted in higher brand recall, revealed Viggle in its ‘Brand Effect Study’.
By 2017 there will be 204 million connected TV devices linked to the internet and able to deliver apps to viewers, more than double the projected number of US internet households.
GfK has won a tender with Morocco’s joint industry committee, CIAUMED, to deliver an electronic TV audience measurement (TAM) service in Morocco.
Cinegy’s head of Product Management Lewis Kirkaldie will present ‘Lifecycles of software-based TV station - exploring the total cost of ownership’ on Sunday 14 September at 11am in Hall 9 at IBC.
Beamly is bringing its personalised TV guide, content discovery, content recommendation, remote control, personalised news feeds, community and show engagement platform to the first screen.
Steve Plunkett, chief technology officer at Red Bee Media, looks at the likely challenges and opportunities of a software-based future for broadcast companies.
Social media provides a powerful platform for content creators and advertising agencies to get closer to their audiences, writes Keith Bedford, managing director at EBS
As the number of channels and consumer demand for new services continues to grow, there is increased pressure on the cost of operations to maintain high output quality. This has led to the need for greater levels of automation in channel delivery both in playout and in the monitoring of services.
Alla Salehian, CEO of The International Media Associates (TIMA), explores the impact that technology is having on the media industry, with particular regard to newsgathering and distribution
TV has gone mobile, thanks to Twitter and Facebook, writes Gareth Capon, CEO of social video company, Grabyo.
In an excerpt from our exclusive Tomorrow’s World feature in the June issue of TVBEurope, Ericsson’s head of TV marketing, Simon Frost, expands on the opportunities and challenges with LTE Broadcast.
Telestream has released Switch, a multiformat media player that provides users with the tools to play, inspect, and correct media in one software application.
Discovery Networks Western Europe has appointed the BBC’s director of operations Dominic Coles, as its COO and CFO.
The Nano HD TX wireless transmitter from Cobham was deployed as part of a wireless camera facility installed by Broadcast RF for coverage of Royal Ascot and the Epsom Derby for Channel 4 Racing.
Wohler Technologies has collaborated with local partner Audiopole and France Télévisions to provide a rapid solution for the broadcasters’ monitoring needs.
IBC has taken care over the years to ensure that it reflects the concerns and challenges in the wider industry, and its special feature areas serve as an excellent barometer to understand exactly what it is that keeps the people trying to plot the future of the business awake at nights.