Last week’s NAB was, as always, loaded with new ideas and toys (although drones, I suppose, are getting to be old hat). The South Upper and Lower Halls remains the nexus for new technology relating to all things over-the-top, with a number of new entrants eating up whatever available space remains.
Here are some observations from my time in Las Vegas:
A new report contends nearly three-quarters of “core streamers” -- viewers who spend at least 20% of their TV/video viewing time streaming content – consider access to broadcast networks a top features in a TV/video service.
"Broadcast is alive, well, and continues to deliver value in today's fragmented ecosystem," asserted Howard Horowitz, president of Horowitz Research, during Tuesday's Online Video Conference at the NAB Show in Las Vegas.