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AV1 Video: One Open Source Codec to Rule Them All?

Mon, Jan 15, 2018 | by Sarit Rosenthal-Aviram

Offering data savings of up to 25%, Apple has joined the Alliance for Open Media and thus added its name to the long list of companies championing the HEVC rival video codec AV1.

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Topics: OTT Streaming

Solving the Real Pain Points of Consumers Choosing OTT Services

Wed, Jan 10, 2018 | by Ludo Rubin

How TV service operators can stay competitive in an increasingly crowded market which has pronounced pain points when it comes to choosing OTT Services.

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Topics: OTT Streaming

Does Cloud TV Streaming Provide the Ultimate Platform for Service Providers?

Wed, Jan 3, 2018 | by Esther Levine

From 2008 Netflix has been utilizing horizontally scalable, distributed systems in the cloud. As of January 2016 it became a truly a cloud-native company. 

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Topics: Cloud TV platform

The Net Neutrality Vote and its Implications for OTT and Beyond

Tue, Dec 19, 2017 | by Andy Stout

Following the recent Net Neutrality vote, are OTT providers facing having to deal with a two-speed internet?

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Topics: OTT TV

How 2018 Will Shape the OTT Industry

Thu, Dec 14, 2017 | by Chem Assayag

From AI & VR to the power of FAANG and the impact of microservice architectures and privacy legislation: what 2018 has in store for the OTT sector and beyond.

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Netflix, Amazon, Apple, Hulu: Are we facing a content crunch?

Tue, Dec 5, 2017 | by Dror Mangel

As costs rise so the amount of original content on the market might decrease, meaning broadcasters and OTT operators will need to make sure their catalogues work at peak efficiency.

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Topics: Content Discovery

Data and Analytics: The Importance of Getting it Right

Wed, Nov 29, 2017 | by Einat Kahana

Here is an interesting statistic: since research on spreadsheet errors began at some point in the mid-1980s an overview of the processes has concluded that 88% of all of them contain an error.

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Topics: Analytics, Big Data

GDPR: The Implications for TV Service Providers

Tue, Nov 21, 2017 | by Ludo Rubin

One of the most seismic changes to affect the digital industries of the internet age will happen on May 25, 2018 when the EU’s controversial General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will finally come into force. 

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Topics: Content Protection, OTT TV

Where Does Satellite TV fit into the Future of Television?

Wed, Nov 8, 2017 | by Chem Assayag

Every year it seems that the industry pronounces Satellite TV dead, but every year it is still with us. What makes it such a continuing valid route to market for broadcasters?

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Topics: satellite tv

Anti Piracy Measures: How They're Actually Working

Wed, Nov 1, 2017 | by Leonid Berkovich

Behind the headlines surrounding the recent Digital TV Research report stating online TV & movie piracy losses were up to $52bn was the success story of modern anti-piracy measures. It could have been much worse.

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Topics: Content Protection, Anti-piracy


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