As the world prepares for 2020, broadcasters, video content creators and providers grapple with new formats and distribution models, and what it takes to test and maintain them.
This past summer the NBA did a little experimenting using 5G and mobile phones to cover their summer league. This is not User Generated Content (UGC) by any means. It also was not an off the shelf deployment of 5G and demonstration of its capability.
Cyber security impacts everyone and every industry. One unifying comment from cyber security experts is the bad guys are mostly winning. The good guys are fighting the good fight and we each need to do our part. One of the more challenging aspects of cyber security is cyber policy, governance, guidelines and training. I call this “good cyber hygiene”.
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If broadcasters are going to successfully compete with OTT providers in delivering relevant content to viewers, they have to find new ways of quickly and efficiently accessing, formatting and delivering it to multiple platforms. A new study by Ateme, a provider of video compression solutions for the broadcast, cable, DTH, IPTV and OTT industries, finds that the answer could be in deploying “virtual channels,” which could be a 24/7 linear TV channel launched quickly or pop-up channels for short-term events or personalized programming.
A new agreement for Cloud-based, ATSC 3.0 interactive and datacasting services will provide new tools to help broadcasters monetize NEXTGEN TV.
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