Industry

  • Broadcasting under lockdown

    Broadcasting under lockdown

    If there is any positive for the broadcast industry amid a worldwide crisis, it is this: COVID-19 has created an opportunity to stress-test distributed and virtualized workflows that stations and…Read More

  • The war of the codec

    The war of the codec

    Given each codec has different properties and that every broadcaster or pay-TV operator has different infrastructure and legacy systems, it is unlikely there will be any clear winner. Instead, there…Read More

  • COVID redirecting the workflow

    COVID redirecting the workflow

    The pandemic’s effect on newsrooms is already underway. It is accelerating the newsroom of the future. Technology is being used at the fingertips, and it is pushing the stakeholders to…Read More

  • A hugely sought after ecosystem

    A hugely sought after ecosystem

    As the industry navigates the inevitable and unstoppable merger between the worlds of television and digital video, OTT has emerged as the most popular term in entertainment The evolution of…Read More

  • COVID-19 Shakes Up Sports Broadcasting

    COVID-19 Shakes Up Sports Broadcasting

    If sports stadiums are forced to close their doors for a considerable time, they could weaken their allure to broadcasters. Would the sporting events be as good, or as popular,…Read More

  • Looking Ahead To 2020!

    Looking Ahead To 2020!

    What does the year ahead hold for the broadcast industry? From the continued pivot toward OTT, the impact of 8K, and the ongoing fight against piracy, these trends and many…Read More

  • Content Viewing Is Transforming

    Content Viewing Is Transforming

    Streaming video blasted beyond the tipping point in 2018 and will command even more attention this year, but challenges lie ahead in the struggle for viewers’ eyeballs and pocketbooks. The…Read More

  • Making the digital media transformation

    Making the digital media transformation

    Digital has become so important that the boundary between the media and technology industries has broken down. Business leaders are constantly positioning their enterprise for success in an era of…Read More

  • The Digital Future Is Now

    The Digital Future Is Now

    Digital disruptors such as Netflix, Amazon, and YouTube have embraced the consumer’s love for video to fundamentally change the customer video experience. Broadcasters have no option but to recognize the…Read More

  • On the Verge of a Pivotal Transformation

    On the Verge of a Pivotal Transformation

    The industry is characteristically poised for another major change. And the equipment industry is gearing up to respond. The Indian broadcast and cable industry is going through a turbulent phase…Read More

  • Indian M&E at a Digital Inflection Point

    Indian M&E at a Digital Inflection Point

    The opportunities lie in all media, such as print and TV, radio, film, experiential marketing and, of course, OTT. Investments made today will pay dividends over the coming two decades,…Read More

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