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Ooyala News
iOS 11 Screen Recording and Video Piracy Concerns
Oct 04 2017 2:45 PM
Apple has added a new screen recording feature in iOS11 that makes it easy for users to record a video playing on an iOS device. This feature includes enabling recording of audio and video during playback, no matter what video player you’re using, when not using DRM encryption. 
 
While this feature has been well received by consumers for its general utility, it has created a lot of concerns and headaches for publishers.
 
Ooyala’s Video Index: Consumers spend more time with long content on all devices
Video Index, Ooyala News
Ooyala’s Video Index: Consumers spend more time with long content on all devices
Sep 13 2017 9:45 AM

Well, there was a big surprise in this quarters Global Video Index (Q2 2017, you can download it here): Overall the global growth of viewing on mobile devices stalled, growing less than one percent.

Online Video
State of the media industry: data-driven video for the win
May 23 2017 3:30 PM
Ooyala’s new State of the Media Industry 2017 report shows that data-driven video has officially become the beating heart of the digital age. 
SVOD
Offline viewing for SVOD: measurement is the key
Apr 06 2017 11:30 AM
Offline viewing has become a de rigueur feature among SVOD services like Netflix and Amazon these days, giving audiences the flexibility to download and watch content on-the-go as they continue to consume greater amounts of
Ooyala News
Building your mobile video site with Google AMP
Feb 09 2017 12:30 PM
As the consumption of content on mobile devices grows day by day, so are the expectations for the experience. Users are excited about the magnitude of content available in their hands anywhere, anytime. But they are frustrated with the speed, or lack thereof, on their device of choice. In our fast paced lives, mobile experience is not fast enough, especially when sites are loaded with rich content like video and animations.
Ooyala News
Build your mobile video site with Facebook Instant Articles
Jan 30 2017 3:00 PM
How often do you get frustrated with a site loading too slow? A little too often? 
 
Report: Mobile video mainstreaming with Millennials
Research, Mobile, Millennials
Report: Mobile video mainstreaming with Millennials
Dec 15 2016 11:00 AM

More than 20% of U.S. Millennials watch at least three hours of video each week on the smartphones, with nearly 12% saying they watch more than five hours. And, according to a new report, 53% say they watch at least an hour a week.

Global smartphone sales up as consumers opt for pricier, bigger devices
Mobile, LatAM, APAC, EMEA
Global smartphone sales up as consumers opt for pricier, bigger devices
Aug 22 2016 7:45 AM

Mid- and high-end smartphone sales are accelerating globally, said researcher GfK, with high-volumes of device sales expected from emerging markets like Africa, parts of Asia and China.

Mobile video is likely a significant market driver as the percentage of sale of phones with larger screens also has increased.

Cisco sees mobile traffic growing 8X by 2020, with video making up 75%
Research, Mobile
Cisco sees mobile traffic growing 8X by 2020, with video making up 75%
Feb 03 2016 11:30 AM

Thinking we may be at the pinnacle of mobile traffic? Think again. A new report reports global mobile traffic increased 74% in 2015, with mobile video traffic accounting for more than half (55%) of total mobile data during the past year.

Verizon to test ‘toll free’ streaming, turn to content owners to pay for data
Mobile, Millennials, Pay TV
Verizon to test ‘toll free’ streaming, turn to content owners to pay for data
Jan 19 2016 8:45 AM

Just more than a week after AT&T announced its new no-cap data plan, Verizon today announced it would take a different path to fulfill big data demand, saying it would begin trials of FreeBee, a sponsored data plan that lets content providers pay for data used by a consumer to watch its assets.

Tata Sky makes its TV Everywhere service free as Netflix deploys in India
APAC, TV Everywhere, Netflix
Tata Sky makes its TV Everywhere service free as Netflix deploys in India
Jan 11 2016 8:30 AM

Indian pay-TV provider Tata Sky’s TV Everywhere service – which formerly cost consumers 90 cents a month – is now free to subscribers, a plan the company hinted at in November.

AT&T set to trial live streaming of college football in connected Uber cars
Sports, Mobile, Live Streaming
AT&T set to trial live streaming of college football in connected Uber cars
Oct 16 2015 7:00 AM

Some Uber passengers will be able to watch live college football games during their rides as part of a four-city trial between the startup transportation company and AT&T.

During the limited trial, reports Reuters, AT&T will connect 10 Chevrolet Tahoes with its 4G LTE wireless network and, using AT&T’s U-verse app, will livestream games to tablets in the back of headrests, provide wireless headsets and phone chargers.

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