Media leaders tap AWS for World Cup live streaming
Platform helped deliver streaming experiences for an estimated 3.4 billion viewers
Summer of sport drives 19 per cent growth in BBC iPlayer requests
Second half of FIFA World Cup and Wimbledon saw requests reach 281 million in July
Most watched TV programmes in the UK 2018 revealed
Programmes with the highest number of views per episode each month have been named
BBC’s summer of sport Ultra HD trial receives over 1.6 million requests
Broadcaster describes trial as an "important step forward"
LiveU delivers 15,000 hours of transmission during FIFA World Cup
485 units were used by customers from over 40 countries
Akamai: World Cup the most-streamed sporting event ever
France won the most-streamed match of the tournament as well as becoming world champions
BBC sees record-breaking digital viewers during FIFA World Cup
Corporation recorded 66.8 million total match requests on iPlayer and BBC Sport
European broadcasters enjoy record World Cup ratings
24.3 million UK viewers watched England v Croatia on ITV, marking a record high for a football match on a single channel
Parliament to discuss FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights
Labour MP John Grogan to raise topic of sporting listed events
EE: Broadband usage drops dramatically during World Cup games
But mobile usage surges
Timeline delivers OB facilities for BBC World Cup broadcasts
Timeline’s UHD HDR outside broadcast truck, UHD2, is on site for the duration of the tournament
BBC celebrates record World Cup group stage viewing figures
First round of matches have produced some of the largest viewing figures in the last 10 years for the broadcaster
Red Bee Media’s OTT services brings the World Cup to McDonalds in Sweden
All McDonalds restaurants in the country are streaming matches from Russia
England v Tunisia breaks live online viewing records
Match is the most watched TV programme of the year so far, beating the Royal Wedding
World Cup live streaming almost as popular as live TV
47 per cent of viewers are streaming more live video today than a year ago, according to study
World Cup 2018: A look inside the BBC’s dedicated VR app
Head of product – sport, Neil Hall, tells TVBEurope what to expect from the new user experience
Over 5000 hours of HD satellite transmissions booked for World Cup
Eutelsat is mobilising five satellites for the event which kicks off on Thursday
FIFA World Cup 2026: It’s a bidding process of two halves
Forget this year's event, Brian Morris, general manager and vice president, Media & Entertainment, Tata Communications, is already planning ahead
YouTube: Global World Cup interest greater than ever
Platform has revealed which national teams, players, and football-related videos have trended over the past year
Fox Sports to incorporate AI into World Cup coverage
IBM's technology will be used to launch "The Highlight Machine"
BBC to trial Ultra HD and VR during FIFA World Cup
All 29 of BBC One's matches will be available in Ultra HD and HDR via iPlayer
TVU providing equipment and technical support for World Cup
Company will secure connectivity in all 12 Russian host cities
Traditional broadcast will remain UK’s main method of watching FIFA World Cup
Quarter of British World Cup viewers ‘switch off once their team is knocked out’
Broadcast talent is rewarded at first-ever TVBAwards
TVBEurope reported the success of its first ever TVBAwards event in October, and a video of the winners' is now available. The grand ballroom...
IP for contribution broadcast: ubiquity and beyond
As an industry, professional broadcasting accepted IP in the contribution realm with more than a little dose of skepticism. For all of IP’s benefits...
Techex, Sky and The FA deliver World Cup for England
In a joint project on behalf of The FA, Sky deployed a Techex system to provide both off-air live TV and HD event feeds...
IP-enabled cameras needed to accelerate Ultra HD production
IP technology is increasingly seen as a pre-requisite among broadcasters for Ultra HD production of live events, with IP-enabled cameras a key missing link.
Ultra HD trials gain impetus ahead of 2015 channel launches
Brazil's Globo network and the BBC will be among broadcasters showing technical demonstrations of Ultra HD coverage from the World Cup.
Never miss a goal again: Second screen takes the lead in 2014 World Cup
A lot can change in four years, particularly in the world of sport. 2010 saw over 20 million British viewers tune in to the...