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Content Protection in Cloud TV and Why it Matters

Fri, Apr 7, 2017 | by Andy Stout

 

One of the factors that is often referred to when accounting for the electronic entertainment industry’s comparatively slow movement towards the cloud is worries about content security. When it comes to the production of its content, the industry has quite rightly insisted on powerful Content Protection protocols being established to make sure that increasingly sophisticated video piracy operations cannot intercept and steal its material.

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Topics: Content Protection, cloud TV, Youtube, Advertising, anti-piracy legislation, Bit Torrent, Content, Industry, piracy, Streaming piracy, SVOD

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

Five Reasons Why YouTube Launching Live Streaming Services Matters

Wed, Mar 1, 2017 | by Andy Stout

 

Finally, after an extended period of dropping heavy hints in the business sections of the press, YouTube has announced that it’s going to start streaming live TV channels with its own $35 skinny bundle. Here are five reasons why this is important.

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Topics: OTT, Youtube, Apple TV, Hulu, Industry, Live Streaming Services, personalization, YouTube TV

Does Big Data Really Mean Big Rewards? | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Wed, Nov 16, 2016 | by Sarit Rosenthal-Aviram

 

Our IBC2016 Panel Discussion examined the key issues regarding the introduction of Big Data in the broadcast industry and the opportunities for monetisation it represents.

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Topics: Analytics, Youtube, Alain Nochimowsky, Ampere Analysis, Antonio Carvalho, Big Data, David Sanderson, Events, Guy Bisson, IBC2016, Industry, Sky AdSmart

IBC2016 recap: It’s smarter, It’s safer. It’s VO

Mon, Oct 10, 2016 | by Nardit Mosacho

 

Our EVP Marketing and Sales, Chem Assayag, was interviewed by the IABM team at IBC about what we were up to at the show and you can watch the video below.

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Topics: Analytics, Youtube, Chem Assayag, Events, IABM, IBC, IBC2016, Industry, Interviews, monetisation

In the TVLS 2016 Hot Seat: Daniel Daum, Managing Director, Prisma Media

Tue, May 17, 2016 | by Andy Stout

 

Daniel Daum is Managing Director of Prisma Media TV-Entertainment (a Bertelsmann company) reaching 26m people in France through print and digital. The TV and Content Guide, Tele-Loisirs.fr, is one of the top 5 digital media brands in France with more than 70m monthly visits and around 300m viewed videos / year. Its app is now being rolled out internationally to Austria, Spain, Belgium, and will be launching soon in Africa.

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Topics: Youtube, Content Recommendation, cord-cutting, Events, Facebook, Industry, Prisma Media, TVLS, TVLS 2016

5 Leaders on the Biggest Changes in the Next 5 Years

Wed, Mar 16, 2016 | by Merav Cunningham

 

As we prepare in earnest for TVLS 2016, to be held on the Croatian coast in Dubrovnik, a look back at the concluding panel of last year’s event in Cannes, where five top speakers gave us their predictions regarding the future of television in 2020.

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Topics: Video, OTT, TV Everywhere, Youtube, Audience behaviour, change, Content service providers, Events, Industry, IPTV, pace of change, Pay TV, Prediction, technological change, TVLS, TVLS 2015, understanding audience, User Experience

Hot TV News: YouTube to Launch Streaming Service?; Online TV Revenues Set to Rocket; Big Changes in Autumn TV Viewing | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Mon, Dec 7, 2015 | by Merav Cunningham

 

The revenue that the global online and video industry will receive in 2020 is forecast to more than double to over $42bn by 2020, with SVOD in the driving seat. All of which makes the rumours about YouTube launching its own streaming service to compete with the likes of Netflix and Amazon seem more likely. And finally, research from the US indicates that time-shifting is becoming more pronounced, especially amongst Millennials.

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Topics: OTT, VOD, Youtube, Amazon, Audience behaviour, audience measurement, Hot TV News, Industry, Netflix, predictions, Revenues, Streaming, SVOD, telekom romania, Voyage

OTT Subscription Services Lead to New Types of Content

Thu, Nov 19, 2015 | by Efrat Fenigson

 

While the growth of OTT subscription services continues to work its transformative powers on business models across the global broadcast industry, attention is starting to turn to the effect that OTT and its associated TV Everywhere paradigm will have on content.

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Topics: OTT, TV Everywhere, VOD, Youtube, Amazon Prime, Content, Deloitte, Industry, Netflix, Verizon

Cloud implementation in broadcast

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 | by Merav Cunningham

 

Over the course of IBC2015 we ran two panels on our stand investigating some of the most pressing issues the industry faces. The first, Reach for the Cloud: How to Build a 21st Century Video Business, saw an august panel of experts moderated by nScreenMedia’s Colin Dixon, discuss many of the challenges and opportunities surrounding cloud implementation when it comes to broadcast. You can read more of the background to the panel and some of the reasons why we chose to host it at IBC2015 here.

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Topics: OTT, TV Everywhere, VOD, Youtube, Broadband, Cloud, Content, Content service providers, Events, IBC panels, ibc2015, Industry, Netflix, pay TV operators

 

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