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.
Roku TV removes all of the complicated layers and menus, and unnecessary features and settings that plague smart TVs today, and instead provides a Roku home screen that brings together all content sources. Just like Roku streaming players,
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Several studies have been released in recent months that suggest that "cord cutting," or dropping traditional pay TV service in favor of Internet-based alternatives, is no longer only a niche phenomenon.
"Second-screen is what you'd call a lawyer's paradise," said Christiaan Alberdingk Thijm from Dutch law firm Bureau Brandeis, who noted that there's little controversy around apps that simply provide a home for social chatter around a show.
"If you're not affiliated to the original producer, you can have a conversation about The Voice, for example, on the second screen, and we'd all agree that wouldn't be contradictory to copyright or trademark law," he said.
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".
“Second screen — which is anything that happens on a screen other than the one you are watching your program on — is going to keep on growing,” says Alan Wolk, global lead analyst at Piksel. “It’s much more than just Twitter and ‘social TV,’ which is just one of ‘4 S’s‘ we’ve identified for second screen content, the others being Stories, Stats and Shopping. So that’s a lot of types of content that you can use to create engagement beyond live tune-in.”Piksel recently did a study on binge viewing which revealed pretty interesting statistics. “Only 18 percent of the audience exclusively watch(es) their favorite programs live. That means there’s a huge opportunity to engage those super fans after they’ve finished watching and to then create an ad market around all that second screen content,” Wolk said.
Dan Salmon is an equity research analyst at BMO Capital Markets and covers media and Internet marketing. He recently released a new research report on Social TV and its impact on advertising and marketing.
“The acquisition of Megahertz gives us an immediate in-house capability, with a team of highly respected engineers and project managers that will help to facilitate the expansion of our portfolio to include production vehicles and RF capabilities and to extend our footprint globally,” said Jon Flay, managing director of OKNO-TV (UK). “We identified that sports and mobile applications were important markets and with Megahertz’s rich heritage in those arenas we are looking to further accelerate our growth internationally.”
Piksel recently announced the expansion of services with one long-time partner Sky. Piksel provided Sky Italia with a newly enhanced Digital Asset Management (DAM) implementation, following the adoption of the Piksel VCMS platform.
The new DAM implementation extends functionality and innovation of the Piksel VCMS suite, which includes tools such as the Multi-DRM tool (Piksel Guard) and the Smart Video Player (Piksel Show).
The new features set allows Sky Italia to smartly organise digital assets, enabling users to quickly and easily find, view, and edit content.