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Time for connected TV to shine

According to the latest BBC iPlayer data, it is finally time for the connected television to begin driving meaningful viewership. Unless your device of preference is the game console, which seems to be falling out of favor with online TV viewers. BBC iPlayer entered is usual summer slump, with usage […]

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Change in usage of video media by users

OTT video use grows strongly, while traditional TV continues decline

According to Nielsen the slide in live viewing continued in Q2 2015, down another 4% year-over-year. And it looks like the DVR is not making up the difference. That on-demand viewing time appears to be going OTT. In Nielsen’s new Q2 2015 Total Audience Report the company changed how it […]

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Adobe says TV Everywhere growth strong, but is it?

Adobe says that TV Everywhere growth continued to show solid growth in Q2 2015. However, a closer look at the numbers say otherwise. In the Q2 2015 Adobe Digital Video Report (PDF download) the company focused on the positive, saying year-over-year growth in the number of pay TV subscribers using TV […]

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Four big challenges in multiscreen video distribution

With everyone in the throes of rolling out a multiscreen video solution, it easy to forget that it remains technically very challenging. Here are four big challenges enumerated by four industry insiders that are holding back the multiscreen revolution. At the ETIA conference at Stanford University in Palo Alto, I […]

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