Parts 1 and 2 in this 3-part series analyzed the latest information about OTT and DTT energy consumption in the UK in the year 2021, concluding that there are important energy efficiency improvements to make in OTT, and some big decisions coming our way in DTT. Part 3 considers what some of the leading
Ned Soseman, our resident expert on the regional US TV market and NextGenTV, shares his own personal perspective and some anonymous insight from those working in regional US TV stations, on what happened in 2022 and what the coming year may bring.
Part 1 of this series began the analysis of the report by the UK’s Ofcom that compares the UK’s energy consumption in 2021 for content delivered and viewed in DTT (Digital Terrestrial Television) versus OTT (Over The Top) ecosystems. In Part 2, we dig further into the detail and imagine an OTT