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5G Streaming - The Rollout
Steve Plunkett - new 5G will bring significant improvements in bandwidth per device, capacity per network and reduced latency per session. These are all very important features for video both today and going forward. The growth of new formats such as UHD, AR, VR and 360 video place much greater demand on the networks that serve consumer devices, so 5G will be essential to accommodate this demand.
Tags: iss123 | vod | 5g | ott | ericsson | virtual reality | vr | 360 | Steve Plunkett - new
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A changing media industry
Anupama Anantharaman How is the media industry changing today?
Tags: iss119 | interra | ott | vod | Anupama Anantharaman
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Bridging the Gap between Broadcast and Online
Petter Ole Social media and VOD services have increasingly become more important platforms for the telling of news and current affairs stories. Just a few years ago news producers would create a show for a particular time slot but now, news segments are published online almost immediately after being created. To do this however, each platform having its own format and preferred settings, content must be exported for upload in a specific way.
Tags: iss114 | vizrt | vod | Petter Ole
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The Challenges of Streaming
Joseph Ail The purpose of this article to highlight the challenges facing small and medium streaming services. It is intended to look at how to achieve successful live and pre recorded content by means of streaming. In this article I would like to share the knowledge and the experience I have gained so far. I will also talk about the kit I use, how it is used and the methods I have developed. Another aspect of this article is LOGISTICS which is a very big part of streaming.
Tags: iss114 | streaming | iptv | vod | Joseph Ail
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How to Deliver Live and VOD UHD Content With Minimum Bandwidth
Thierry Fautier Consumers are lighting the path toward worldwide acceptance of Ultra HD (UHD). Recent research from Eutelsat Communications revealed that consumers are willing to pay up to 10 a month to benefit from the increased sharpness, immersion and vivid color that UHD content offers. Theyre also willing to invest in new UHD TV sets priced between 1,000 and 3,000 for screens within the 50-inch range.
Tags: iss108 | eutelsat | vod | uhd | harmonic | Thierry Fautier
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The beat goes on... 4k, 8k and the continual need for T&M
Adam Schadle Just a few short years ago, 4k was the future, but now that 4k televisions and other screens are becoming more widely available, the format is careening toward the present. 4k is still an emerging delivery format, to be sure. After all, there are still places in the world that have yet to transition from SD to HD. But progress marches on. Even as were in the process of adopting and perfecting 4k production equipment, methods, and content delivery, were looking toward doing the same with 8k video, with certain large-audience events and special venue applications as a starting point.
Tags: iss107 | 4k | 8k | test and measurement | sd | hd | video | delivery networks | vod content | tv | voice | data | Adam Schadle
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Sorry for any disruption caused: Netflix strikes again
[author] Netflix helped to change the TV landscape with its OTT subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service and its Originals. Could it be about to change things again by making programmes in-house?
Tags: iss107 | netflix | tv | ott | svod | device | originals | hulu | amazon prime | television | [author]
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SDV - Shaping the Next Generation of Linear TV Service Offerings
Lionel Bringuier Software-defined video (SDV) solutions are shaping the next generation of linear TV service offerings for both content distributors and content programmers.
Tags: iss103 | elemental | sdv | linear tv | msnbc | software-defined | live to VOD | Lionel Bringuier
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The holistic approach to fighting piracy
Rory O Connor Now more than ever, consumers are driving the way that their content is delivered and consumed across platforms. Content owners increasingly need to be able to respond and adapt in an agile manner to deliver quality content across every consumer device from the day they hit the market.
Tags: iss102 | piracy | security | content | VOD | Rory O Connor
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From VoD to Linear TV
Nikos Kyriopoulos Content owners, broadcasters, and operators worldwide typically provide a sizable library of VoD content and a limited offering of live/linear programming. This unbalanced ratio between VoD and linear TV offerings is historically shaped by two factors...
Tags: iss100 | media excel | delivery network | vod | linear tv | video streams | revenue | Nikos Kyriopoulos
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Looking to the Cloud for broadcast business success
Tom Donoghue Cloud-based computing is not a new idea, but media and entertainment companies are beginning to recognize its potential.
Tags: iss087 | Pilat Media | Cloud | broadcast | IBMS Express | VOD | Tom Donoghue
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Managing workflow for VOD and catch-up service on iPhones and iPads
Scott Favelle As one of Australias most progressive and dynamic media companies, Foxtel offers an outstanding entertainment experience every day to more than 2.3 million subscribing homes.
Tags: iss081 | vod | video on demand | managing workflow | export | catch up | iphones | ipads | itunes | feed | Scott Favelle
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Will Youview and IPTV change the face of TV Broadcasting
N/A Youview, and the evolution of Internet Protocol TV (IPTV), are set to have a major impact on the UK broadcasting industry. Youview is the latest evolution of Freeview and Freesat, the Set Top Boxes (STB) that give access to additional channels without a monthly subscription.
Tags: yuoview | iss051 | iptv | freeview | stb platform | iplayer | vod | perpetual solutions | N/A
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How to create and brand a live TV experience online
N/A Late last year, Pixel Power worked closely with the Perform Group to brand the first ever live England football match online, a landmark event. Before we discuss that in detail, there is a wider question to answer: what do we mean by branding?
Tags: pixel power | branding | iss042 | character generator | cg | graphics | football | snooker | darts | vod | N/A
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Delivering Superior Quality of Service in IPTV Networks
N/A To maintain differentiation in a competitive triple play market, the key operational challenge for telecommunications operators is how to efficiently deliver superior quality of service (QoS) levels.
Tags: tektronix | iptv | distribution and delivery | network | iss029 | headend | vod | qos | kpi | monitoring | N/A
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