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posted in March 2017
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Preparing for the Mobile Video Hurricane
Aditya Kishore  
3/31/2017   18 comments
A panel discussion at TV Connect explored the role of mobile in the video experience.
Telekom Slovenije: Data + Intuition = Success
Aditya Kishore  
3/31/2017   12 comments
Telekom Slovenije's Simon Slonjsak shares his strategy for new product launches at TV Connect, stressing that data alone cannot guarantee new product adoption by customers.
Premium vs. Skinny Bundles: A Balancing Act for Pay-TV
Aditya Kishore  
3/30/2017   10 comments
This panel discussion at TV Connect explored the options pay-TV providers have to balance their larger, premium services with increasing demands for low-priced programming bundles.
La Carte Too Rich for Most Consumers
Aditya Kishore  
3/28/2017   30 comments
New research from Hub Entertainment finds that initial consumer enthusiasm wanes when confronted by the cost of creating an individual bundle of programming options.
Snap Poised for Stellar Growth – Jefferies
Aditya Kishore  
3/27/2017   23 comments
Analysts at Jefferies believe Snap is well positioned for growth in coming years due to its base of highly engaged young millennial users and its policy of targeting lucrative advertising markets.
OTT Picks Up Pace in New Zealand
Aditya Kishore  
3/24/2017   16 comments
The rapid pace of OTT adoption really is a worldwide phenomenon, as a recent research report from Roy Morgan Research shows.
ComScore: Smartphone Penetration Flattens, but Usage Doubles
Aditya Kishore  
3/23/2017   49 comments
Data and measurement company comScore just released its 2017 US Cross-Platform Future in Focus report. Findings include key trends in mobile media consumption.
'March Madness' Helps Trial New Features
Aditya Kishore  
3/22/2017   28 comments
The annual US college basketball competition provides media companies an opportunity to experiment with new digital platforms.
Mobile Millennials Lead Video Piracy in Middle East
Aditya Kishore  
3/21/2017   50 comments
Video piracy in the Middle East is being led by 18- to 24-year-olds on mobile devices, according to a new online survey by content protection vendor Irdeto.
Record Subscriber Losses for Canadian Pay-TV Providers
Aditya Kishore  
3/20/2017   21 comments
New research finds Canadian pay-TV providers facing similar challenges to peers south of the 49th parallel.
Netflix Looks at the Little Picture
Aditya Kishore  
3/17/2017   16 comments
Netflix is looking at developing different versions of its shows specifically optimized for viewing on mobile devices.
Eliminate the Middleman
Flash Poll  
3/17/2017   12 comments
Should broadcasters develop their own streaming services? Or should they stick to what they know?
UHDA's Schinasi Talks Mobile Video Quality
The Digerati  
3/16/2017   11 comments
Dan Schinasi, chairperson of the US Promotions Working Group, discusses the requirements of a new premium video certification for mobile devices released by the UHDA at the Mobile World Congress earlier this month.
It's Mobile or Bust, Says Ooyala's Global Video Index
Aditya Kishore  
3/15/2017   7 comments
Online video technology company Ooyala released its Q4 2016 Global Video Index today, showing sustained growth in mobile viewing of ad-sponsored video.
TV Shows, in a Snap!
Aditya Kishore  
3/14/2017   17 comments
Snapchat parent decides TV shows are the future for the multimedia messaging app aimed at Gen Z.
SK Telecom's Lee Seeks Higher Quality, Lower Latency
The Digerati  
3/13/2017   2 comments
SK Telecom's head of media technology R&D is on a quest for ever-improving video quality delivered with constantly decreasing latency.
Open Caching: An Imperative for Streaming Video
Jason Thibeault  
3/13/2017   3 comments
Jason Thibeault, director of the Streaming Video Alliance, discusses the merits of developing an open caching architecture.
Amazon: We're Everybody's Friend
Aditya Kishore  
3/10/2017   45 comments
Alex Green, MD, Amazon Video, said the OTT provider is open to partnerships with pay-TV providers and is not a direct threat to the pay-TV industry.
Average Broadband Connection Now 7 Mbit/s – Akamai
Aditya Kishore  
3/9/2017   14 comments
Akamai's Q4 2016 State of the Internet Report found that average broadband connection speeds are improving worldwide but most still fall short of the 15-25 Mbit/s required for Ultra HD.
CIA Hacks Underscore Urgent Need for Industry Focus on Security
Aditya Kishore  
3/8/2017   13 comments
WikiLeaks' announcement that the CIA is hacking our devices is just one aspect of security concerns for the end-to-end media value chain.
TT Poll: Skinny Bundles May Be Pay-TV Operators' Salvation
Aditya Kishore  
3/7/2017   56 comments
A recent poll on Telco Transformation found that more than two out of five respondents felt skinny video streaming bundles would help operators retain subscribers.
Zero-Rating Compliance: Easy as Pai?
Joe Stanganelli  
3/6/2017   8 comments
A new administration and changes in the FCC have created uncertainty around 'zero rating.' Telco Transformation examines the issues involved.
Amazon, Netflix Forging Ahead With Original Content
Aditya Kishore  
3/3/2017   31 comments
Both OTT providers are continuing their very expensive original content development strategy, without flinching.
Tough Week for Traditional TV
Aditya Kishore  
3/3/2017   20 comments
This week saw the launch of YouTube's skinny bundle targeting cord-cutters, new research showing a decline in TV penetration and an analyst saying Q4 2016 was the worst quarter for cord-cutting ever.




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