To survive, you must tell stories. – Umberto Eco
Leading the CABSAT 2016 agenda are the rise of time-shifted, or ‘binge’ viewing, on video on demand (VoD) platforms, and the mass regional adoption of internet-driven content delivery platforms including Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), TV delivered over broadband, and OTT methods – content streamed directly to handheld devices, game consoles and smart TVs connected to broadband.…
The cable giant recently activated what it says is the first public-facing DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem in the world http://www.engadget.com/2015/12/27/comcast-intros-first-gigabit-cable-modem/?utm_content=buffer336d0&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Are emails killing you?
Dr. Richard MacKinnon, the lead author of the study, declared: “Our research shows that email is a double-edged sword. Whilst it can be a valuable communication tool, it’s clear that it’s a source of stress or frustration for many of us.”
Bouncing photons let cameras see beyond the line of sight
The answer to the ad-blocker problem will, no doubt, be a combination of approaches. Web sites and advertisers will come up with a wide variety of ways to keep online material available to its adoring public—including ads.
T-Mobile Netherlands is entering the TV market with Knippr, an OTT service, where consumers can mix and match their own bouquet of TV channels.
The virtualisation of functionality in production and in monitoring is an important development for the continued competitiveness of media businesses now and into the future. Simen Frostad, Chariman of Bridge Technologies