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The Scope of Video Piracy in the Mobile Connected World

Wed, Mar 8, 2017 | by Andy Stout


There are several worrying angles to the subject of video piracy on mobile phones. And while the most disruptive so far has undoubtedly been the use of handsets to capture and stream protected content there are other issues with the networks themselves.

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Topics: Anti-piracy, Youtube, 3G, 4G, 5G, 5G Mobile Technology, Industry, Live Streaming, live streaming piracy, Meerkat, Periscope, Secruity, Streaming piracy, video piracy

The Opportunities 5G Mobile Technology Holds for Operators

Fri, Feb 24, 2017 | by Leonid Berkovich

Considering that the 5G standard won’t even be ratified by the ITU until 2020, there is an impressive momentum building behind it already. And the reason why is because, from video delivery to the Internet of Things, it really does change everything.

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Topics: 5G, 5G Mobile Technology, 5G Video, Cisco, Ericsson, Mobile video, Mobile World Congress, MWC, MWC 2017, Uncategorized

Hot TV News: European privacy laws a Big Threat to Big Data; TV still top for in-home streaming; Multiple technologies needed for Gigabit Society

Mon, Nov 28, 2016 | by Andy Stout


The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation laws are due in 18 months and will shake up privacy around the globe; Connected TV use is on the rise; and Europe looks to establish the Gigabit Society within a decade.

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Topics: OTT, 5G, Big Data, Bigger Data, Connected TV, Data, data analytics, European Commission, European Union, FTTP, GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation, Gigabit Society, Industry, Internet infrastructure, nScreenMedia, privacy, privacy law, Streaming

Hot TV News: Mobile Data Market to Reach $630bn; Under 25s Watch 25% Less; Netflix & Amazon Revenues to Double

Mon, Aug 1, 2016 | by Andy Stout


5G and the IoT are going to conspire together to lead to a huge growth in mobile data, but there are plenty of difficulties ahead in the transition from 4G. Meanwhile, Ofcom in the UK confirms that, while everyone is watching less TV, the under 25s are watching even less, and while revenues are set to double, Netflix shares face a turbulent time after growth forecasts failed to deliver.

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Topics: OTT, VOD, 5G, Amazon, Audience behaviour, audience demographics, audience measurement, forecasts, Hot TV News, Industry, Internet of Things, iOT, Mobile data, Netflix, Ofcom, OTT growth, Parks Associates, PSB, SVOD, understanding audience

Hot TV News: US Market to Erode Not Implode; VR to Hit $1bn; and Europe Worries About 5G | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Mon, Jan 18, 2016 | by Merav Cunningham


Deloitte has published the fifteenth annual edition of its Predictions for the Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) sectors, with the 2016 edition containing some interesting forecasts for the US TV industry and VR in particular. Meanwhile, Europe is getting concerned about being left behind in the race to establish 5G services.

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Topics: Virtual Reality, OTT, TV Everywhere, VR, 5G, cord-cutting, Deloitte, Europe, Hot TV News, HTC Vive, Industry, Legislation, Oculus Rift, Pay TV, predictions, US, US TV industry

A Tale For The New Year – The Angel and The Shepherds

Tue, Dec 22, 2015 | by Merav Cunningham


And so it came to pass, that an angel found it necessary to convey a message to humanity. Being of a traditional frame of mind, he sought to appear to some shepherds.

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Topics: Virtual Reality, TV Everywhere, VOD, VR, 5G, Cable TV, Christmas, Cloud, Content, Content Discovery, Content service providers, Game of Thrones, Industry, IPTV, multi-screen, Netflix, Pay TV, TVaaS, User Experience, Xmas


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