Content protection standard HDCP Pro 2.2 was back in the spotlight at this year’s InfoComm conference in Las Vegas, with a serious warning.
Australia’s premium OTT market is poised for massive growth in the next three years, with Netflix emerging as the dominant player, according to a new report by MTM.
The world’s biggest digital department store is taking on video streaming with the launch of Amazon Video Direct.
Demand for University student accommodation in Australia is not only at an all-time high but the expectation for quality is also increasingly competitive.
The NAB conference in Las Vegas has ramped up its focus on OTT, digital content, and futurist broadcast technology with the launch of the Digital Futures Exchange (DFX) and a dedicated Online Video Conference.
The over-heated streaming TV sector has claimed its first significant Australian scalp with the demise of Quickflix.
Netflix is radically revising its investment strategy in content and is planning to spend $5 billion on content during 2016. This represents an increase of over 50% in budget from 2015.
Live streaming is poised to the broadcasting industry’s next big revenue maker and significant disrupter according to key executives at this year’s MIPTV in Cannes.
America is heading towards an inequitable video divide where future video services will only be available to those with economic power, warns the head of the American National Association of Broadcasters, Gordon Smith.
Virtual Reality has captured the imagination and revenue potential of streaming TV providers and broadcasters but industry executives warn that it could risk going the same way as 3D TV.
Pan European broadcaster Sky has retuned its focus on online streaming and emerging markets with a US$45 million investment in VoD, Netflix style aspirant, iflix, in Southeast Asia.
Streaming TV services in the U.K. are gaining viewing traction, doubling in video consumption in the last 12 months.
This year’s Super Bowl changed the game on viewing as it broke all previous streaming records.
Streaming TV or TV Everywhere viewing doubled in 2015 according to Adobe’s quarterly analysis of the US market.
Netflix may be shaking up the Australian TV viewing status quo but the onslaught of new streaming TV providers continues with two new services launching in the coming months.
Samsung has selected Australian enterprise IPTV application specialist OmniScreen to be part of the exclusive global Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program (SEAP).
New Zealand’s Minister of Communications and Broadcasting, Amy Adams will open the Media Technology Pacific conference in Auckland which will bring technology leaders from around the region to discuss the issues facing the industry.
The Asia Pacific IPTV market is set to become the second biggest in the world by 2018 fuelled by government supported infrastructure development including fibre roll-outs and consumer demand
Netflix has cracked down on VPN users who attempt to bypass country-based content restrictions and has started with Australian users.
The UK is taking the global lead in IPTV and catch-up viewing according to a global report from UK regulator Ofcom.
Global SVOD (subscription video on demand) is on track to end the year of 2015 with a growth spurt of 42 million new subscribers across 200 countries taking global subscriptions to 161 million.