Maximising the ROI from media technology investment
For many next generation projects, the most challenging issue by far is establishing the total return on investment (ROI), and agreeing how to monitor...Business
Video killed the radio star, will Netflix kill the broadcaster?
Rumour has it the BBC is in early-stage talks with rivals, including ITV, about launching a Netflix-style subscription streaming service. The move comes at...Videos
TV 2030: What’s the long-term future of television?
Fifteen years ago, changes in TV were largely driven by broadcasters. They told people what they wanted, and they wanted it. Today consumers are...
Content storage and delivery: Solving infrastructure issues
Unlike standard enterprises, whether you are providing hybrid storage solutions or distributing applications, videos, or images, or creating a networked DVR infrastructure to
Project Uno: how collaboration is reshaping the TV industry
Television has undergone the biggest of transformations, from black and white to colour, from analogue to digital and now to content everywhere via multiscreen....
Return to OZ: streaming media and the new creative class
During the Golden Age of Hollywood from the late 1920s to the early 1960s, the ‘Big Five’ motion picture studios hired creative professionals under...News
Optimising the streaming media experience with IP Intelligence
By 2019, global subscriptions to over the top (OTT) TV services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime will reach 333 million and ad spend...Videos
How will Project Dovetail transform the broadcast industry?
With BARB (Broadcaster’s Audience Research Board) announcing that they will be publishing their TV Player report this September, what particularly interests us at TVPlayer...News
AMC and Cineplex surrender to cinema’s phoenix moment
At the end of 2014, Sony released the film The Interview simultaneously both digitally and in a select range of movie theatres. I observed...
How does the UK compare to the worst in the world for piracy?
Ah, those Australians… considered the “worst in the world for piracy,” particularly video content. So much so, that the country passed a law in...Videos
No, the world isn’t ending for the cable and satellite industry
The cable and satellite industry is in flux at the moment. Streaming video platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and Now TV continue to...News
Why is digital critical to sales success at MIPCOM?
A great idea can make or break a successful TV programme. For producers and distributors that stumble on a workable product, the rewards of...
MAM Leaders’ Series blog: Bartosz Paprocki, Telewizja Polsat sp. z o.o
Measuring the return on MAM investment, by Bartosz Paprocki, CTO, Telewizja Polsat SA
Turning IoT into a personal, multiscreen consumer proposition
Over a short space of time, web technologies have evolved rapidly in order to create new immersive web experiences such as tailored web browsing,...
The power of the cloud: Helping to streamline the business of content monetisation
As the TV industry moves towards a more software based operating environment, more and more companies are turning to the cloud. And with benefits...
Broadcast in the cloud: Keeping up with video streaming
The broadcast world has been a late convert to cloud computing, but the benefits are especially timely for an industry that embraces the concept...