Streaming content was the bread and butter of this year’s IBC, topped with a big dollop of data. In our most recent white paper, Top Trends from IBC 2017, join me as we take a deeper dive into what is – and isn’t – hot in the broadcast industry. (You can download the paper here.)
This is the final installment in a series looking at the industry trends that came out of IBC. Part 1 looked at how over-the-top services have been embraced by virtually all players in the industry and the growing dominance of offering software as a service.
This is the second installment in a three-part series looking at the industry trends that came out of IBC. Part 1 looked at how over-the-top services have been embraced by virtually all players in the industry and the growing dominance of offering software as a service.
This is the first in a three-part series looking at critical trends emerging from IBC.
Here’s an acronym that, if you’re not familiar with it now, you will be soon, because it increasingly describes vendors in the media industry: B2B4C… business-to-business for the consumer. Call it part of the consumer revolution, the move from “content is king” to “consumer is king.”
It’s a term you’ll often hear when designers of user interfaces get together to talk about the future.
Canadian startup You.i has landed $12 million in Series B funding in a round led by Time Warner Investments, with plans to use the funds its global sales channels and IP.
Existing investor Vistara Capital Partners and new investor Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors joined in the round.
Pay-TV operators increasingly are looking for easier ways to deliver video to their customers, and are beginning to understand the value of the SaaS model.
Ken Morse, Cisco’s CTO of video software, said more operators are getting comfortable with the idea of transitioning to a software delivery model that helps eliminate the silos the companies face today.
With more than 150 years of tradition, “new,” innovative” and “modern” aren’t terms usually associated with an organization like the Vienna State Opera.
But that’s exactly what the legendary opera house – and Ooyala customer -- is being feted for by the IBC, which is honoring it with a Special Award this week at the annual broadcaster’s convention in Amsterdam.
Ooyala's getting ready for IBC, which opens Friday, Sept. 12 and runs through Tuesday, Sept. 16; we'd love to meet with you there.