Hollywood Reporter OTT revenues to top $50bn Advanced Television Global OTT TV and video revenues [covering 64 countries] will reach $51.1 billion (€45.5bn) in 2020; a massive increase from the $4.2 billion recorded in 2010 and the $26 billion...
We are pleased to announce that Brightcove will be sponsoring and speaking at Connected TV World Summit 2015 at King’s Place in London from 24-25 June. Connected TV World Summit examines how the Internet has and will continue to transform...
One of the major themes of 2015 is viewability, says Erin Kienest, SVP, innovation and activation director at SMG. “We talk about making our dollars work harder and work smarter, and viewability really is brought to the forefront,” she says.
Wall Street Journal The FCC's New Open Internet Order Faces the Realities of Implementation InfoToday.com The Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) 2010 Open Internet Order was intended to prevent broadband ISPs from blocking or interfering...
The total time Americans spent viewing free on-demand (FOD) television content in the broadcast prime time category has increased 22% compared with 2014, and with 32.8 million more hours per month watched in Q1 2015 than 2013.
IPTV News Sky: “The OTT challenge is TV quality at TV scale” IPTV News IP&TV News: How big a challenge does the content delivery side of its converged offerings prevent to for Sky? Ben Forman: The challenge is huge, for several reasons.
According to new data from Rentrak, free on-demand viewing of broadcast primetime has increased 22 percent over the last year. The number helps to confirm claims by pay-TV operators, most notably Comcast, about growing VOD consumption.
LG Electronics USA, the industry leader in hotel- and guest-centric display solutions, today introduced a new set-top box that will deliver IP (Internet Protocol) services on hotels' existing RF networks.
The next revolution in media is going to have to occur in the world of creative, says Shenan Reed, president of digital at MEC. “We think there’s tremendous opportunity for more creative, more targeted creative,” she says.
By: Russel Cooke While the emergence of new technologies and social media networks has made it easier than ever to find your audience, it has also complicated the process by which nonprofits plan campaigns and strategies.
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