Jimmy Kimmel did a lot of things at SXSW 2015 that got the Internet talking last week. From Bill Murray arriving wearing a dress, on a horse, with a mariachi band to the final duet send off with Willie Nelson, Matt Damon’s nemesis made good on his promise to shake up his show a bit. […]
Piksel Content Services will be provided to customers as an addition to Piksel's Digital Showcase™ solution, a SaaS-based video platform which enables content owners, aggregators and distributors to integrate live, linear and on-demand programming into a multiscreen environment. The combination of Piksel's video platform and its tailored content offer means that customers have an all-in-one service and avoid the difficulties and costs of directly brokering deals with studios.
AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS--(Marketwired - Sep 13, 2014) - Presentazione del prototipo di Piksel Mosaic, che porta l’iper-personalizzazione ai consumatori di contenuti Un’App che consente agli utenti di accedere facilmente a contenuti personali e consigliati di tutti i tipi sui dispositivi connessi Basato su un architettura modulare per ottenere la massima...
Piksel, a global provider of video monetization software and solutions, today announced the unveiling of Piksel Mosaic, a proof-of-concept application offering a seamlessly integrated content experience for the individual, which is time, location and device aware. Piksel will show Piksel Mosaic for the first time on its IBC 2014 stand.
Who knows what’s hot in social media? Here at MIT, Chris Peterson can tell you a thing or two (or three). As Senior Counselor for Web Communications in MIT’s Undergraduate Admissions Office, Peterson oversees the MIT Admissions Blog. He also co-teaches CMS.400, Media Systems and Texts (a.k.a. "Credit for Reddit"), with department head Ed Schiappa.
At a recent meeting of MIT’s Social Media Working Group, Peterson discussed three major trends in social media: the liquid self and ephemeral media; algorithmic anxiety; and the redistribution of risks and rewards.
Il presidente di Dbw Communication, audiovisivi innovativi: "Siamo pionieri in questo formato che garantisce immagini ad altissima definizione, per questo siamo partner tecnologici del Vaticano". Pochi gli apparecchi televisivi UltraHd in Italia, ma in crescita. Nel 2015 è attesa la piena affermazione
When people start to explore the changing nature of the TV landscape, they are instantly hit by a multitude of thought camps making differing claims about what the future of the industry, consumer experience, and technology will look like. Some will emphatically state that TV is rapidly becoming upended during a period of intense evolution and convergence. Others believe that small shifts have resulted in only minor changes. The truth is that the current and future nature of television is vastly complex and undergoing what could best be described as an ongoing yet subtle disruption. There has been no great "black and white to color" shift that has occurred, but a plethora of changes in consumer behavior and technology have set the gears in motion to change and converge television, the digital landscape, entertainment media, and the marketing that falls behind them all.
“What makes Piksel unique is that the company doesn’t approach the market as merely a technology provider. Shaped by its twelve-year heritage, Piksel offers a holistic approach because it understands that customers need guiding through the entire media lifecycle in order to successfully monetize. Its business model is fundamentally value-driven,” said Neil Berry, EVP, Commercial EMEA
As live viewing numbers continue to decline, we can expect a greater number of content creators to explore the direct-to-consumer model. Of course, we will be surveying the landscape as this plays out, so stick with TDG and stay ahead of the curve.
CES is by far the biggest, most talked about trade show of the year. It’s one of the few times of the year that the world’s eyes are focused on technology (outside of Apple product launches). As such, it’s the perfect time to look at the tech sector as a whole and predict what’s coming […]
Piksel Faith, the newly re-branded religious division of global video providerPiksel, today announces that its Digital Signage (DS4)platform has been honored with the Worship Facilities New Product Award announced at the 2014 WFX Conference & Expo in Dallas, TX.
A few weeks ago Piksel found out that one of our largest clients, Liberty Global (LGI), were holding an Appathon at their annual tech summit. The details of the Appathon were sketchy, but the premise seemed to be: turn up at a set location and build an app over a couple of days. This sounded like the sort of challenge we thrive on, especially with the Appathon being held in one of the world's premier party locations, Amsterdam...
So four brave web developers from York put themselves forward and were entered as the Piksel team; Chris O'Brien, Phil Benson, Horacio Ayestaran and me (Dave Moorhouse).
As the Appathon quickly approached the finer details of the competition were still vague; mainly what did LGI actually want us to build (TV app, tablet app, phone app etc) and which technologies, apart from a set top box SDK, would we be using. In true York fashion a number of planning sessions were held over a beer, these sessions oozed creativity (especially after the first hour or so) and by the time the team boarded the plane the team were confident that they had planned a killer app to develop.
After landing in Amsterdam, such was the teams determination to achieve great things at the following day's Appathon, an additional planning session was held that evening. In fact the session triggered such passion and excitement that the session ran until roughly 5am - providing just enough rest time before the 9am kick off briefing at the city’s incredible Ziggo Dome.
Fresh faced and mentally alert, the Piksel team listened to the Appathon briefing. Slowly it was explained that the task was to create a pure set top box based application for the companies Horizon device. To some surprise, the team quickly realised that their killer app was so far away from what LGI were actually expecting it was time to start completely from scratch. Some teams may have closed their laptops at this stage and jumped on the next flight home, but this was the kind of challenge which Piksel thrives on - it was time to get some fresh air, a strong coffee and plan an app from the ground up.
The concept for "Let's Watch" was born. The aim was to bring social groups together while watching linear tv, allowing them to watch together and send real time feedback in the form of "like", "dislike" and "surprise". The example being that as you tune to a show, let's say Breaking Bad, you receive a list of people from your group who are currently watching and how they are reacting at that time - allowing you to jump into chats over social media or just know who to discuss the show with the next day in the office.
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Aug 27, 2014) - Demonstrations of new and existing Piksel products and solutions for online video in the TV Everywhere age Spotlight on Piksel's modular approach which gives its customers the ability to pick-and-mix solutions/services Piksel to highlight commitment to enabling first-class viewer experiences Piksel, a...
The cofounder of Pixar Animation Studios recalls how a serious organizational rift led him to a new sense of mission—and how it helped Pixar develop a more open and sustainable creative culture. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
"L’Internet of Everything credo sia una nuova visione di Internet straordinariamente più grande di quella che abbiamo visto fino a ora e sia un’opportunità straordinaria per il nostro Paese e per le nostre aziende piccole e grandi e per le nostre amministrazioni“, dice Agostino Santoni (nella foto), amministratore delegato di Cisco Italia. “Da mesi stiamo lavorando sul nostro piano industriale e penso che abbiamo le caratteristiche come struttura economica e come capacità di innovare da entrare tra i primi in questa nuova rivoluzione industriale".
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