Viewership habits are dramatically changing as viewers demand their content everywhere and across multiple screens. The age of multiscreen and Over the Top (OTT) is here and with that comes both challenges and opportunities for broadcasters.
Amid all the OTT hype IPTV will increase its share of the global pay TV market according to various forecasts, with the latest from Transparency Market Research predicting a trebling in worldwide revenues generated by the sector between now and 2020. The firm’s latest forecast ‘IPTV Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size,
Just as in stadia and in cinemas where audiences expect to be able to enjoy the same connectivity on their second screen as they enjoy at home, so the airline industry is waking up to the potential of in flight broadband. Airlines want to enable their passengers to have access
After much discussion over the past year, Dish Network has joined the over-the top (OTT) fray by unveiling at the CES Show this week a new OTT service that, unlike others, includes sports outlets ESPN, TBS and TNT and will cost about $20 monthly for about a dozen TV channels.
WinMedia, vendor of content management software for broadcasters, and Orange’s media services company Globecast, have agreed to integrate and distribute each other’s technologies. The tools to prepare, plan and playout the content encompassed in WinMedia solutions have been combined with Globecast’s satellite delivery platform. Six leading TV chann
In recent years, major events such as the Arab Spring and the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake have brought the role of citizen journalists into global prominence. As mainstream news outlets adapt to this emerging trend, professional journalists and average citizens alike can explore the use of satellite technology as a key