Today’s viewers can enjoy a wide variety of new digital services offered on a range of different platforms. Unfortunately, the typical user interface (UX) remains much the same as it was 25 years ago. To effectively engage viewers, content and service providers benefit by offering different UX options, according to
Mobile devices are increasingly used to consume video, but generally over WiFi in the home. However, the acceleration of mobile technology development and ultimately 5G networks could enable the wider use of cellular networks for live and on-demand video delivery, to mobiles as well as a viable alternative to fixed
The acceleration of mobile technology development and ultimately 5G networks could enable the wider use of cellular networks for live and on-demand video delivery, to mobiles as well as a viable alternative to fixed broadband to households. Equinix, part of the Mobile Video Alliance (MVA), provides its view to The
Television broadcasters have long relied on compelling content to maintain and increase audience loyalty in an increasingly aggressive marketplace. But with viewers now spoiled for choice, will strong content alone be enough to survive in the 21st Century? If not content, what other tools can broadcasters employ to actively engage
Swedish telecoms equipment and services giant Ericsson has highlighted its commitment to drones for delivering mobile services in remote areas by conducting field trials with China Mobile. This could be seen as a response to rivals such as Finland’s Nokia, which is experimenting with drones for remote coverage, possibly
Over The Air broadcasters are no longer the only game in town when it comes to delivering content to viewers. A whole new range of competitors and technologies are lining up to bring content to viewers.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has weighed into the continent’s debate over net neutrality by calling for stronger guidelines with no fast lanes. The EBU has responded to a call for consultation from the Bureau of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) by insisting that net neutrality should be
This election year might be remembered as the rise of Twitter. Not only has Donald Trump used the medium to release rapid fire attacks and political messages to his supporters, but a third of Americans are expected to follow national convention coverage on the medium.