February 13, 2019
Today the news deadline is a continuous now. It takes powerful workflow automation to meet those every-single-moment deadlines.
February 05, 2019
Brazil's pay-TV industry suffering more from cord cutting than U.S.
January 31, 2019
Creative agencies that used to focus on crafting viral tag lines and 15-second storyboards are increasingly being asked to produce complete video brand stories.
January 29, 2019
Just more than one-in-10 people say they intend to keep their cable subscriptions, according to a new survey of Americans who currently have, or have had, cable service.
January 16, 2019
Ooyala’s State of the Broadcast Industry 2019 report looks at how consumers and the industry are reacting to massive change, takes a look at how technology will impact viewing in the future and also what that means to programming and advertising.
January 15, 2019
Netflix has increase prices in the U.S. Will it hurt subscriber growth? Nope.
January 14, 2019
You're a seasoned video content creator and publisher looking to keep your audiences engaged anytime, anywhere. Have you considered… audio?
Digital Video Playout,
January 08, 2019
By making more SVOD content available – including on mobile devices without the need for a Roku device - Roku is much better positioned to compete with Amazon as a “menu” for a la carte TV
January 07, 2019
AI is here. (Perhaps you've heard.) In the media space, IBM, Microsoft and so many others claim their offerings can analyse your content to tell you who said what, what’s in it, and so on. You might be considering this potentially powerful resource. You might also be considering the following questions:
Digital Video Playout,
December 14, 2018
A record 495 scripted shows were available to audiences in the U.S. in 2018, up from 487 in 2017. It's the first time there were more scripted series appeared on streaming outlets than on broadcast networks or basic cable.
December 13, 2018
Broadband delivery and skinny bundles are a transitory step toward mobile delivery over next-gen 5G networks that will open the door to true à la carte services.
December 10, 2018
A new study from Ampere Analysis posits that Disney/Fox will spend a staggering $22 billion in content while Comcast/Sky is set to come in with nearly $21 billion in original and acquired content spend by the end of 2018