July 27, 2016
Online Video News
OTT Video Revenue to Swell to $65 Billion Worldwide by 2021
Subscription services currently make up the largest share of online video revenues, but advertising-based services will take the lead by 2020.
Olympics a Challenge for Cord-Cutters; Is Netflix the Answer?
Call it a pipe dream, but nearly one-third of Americans would like to watch Summer Olympics video live on Netflix. Does SVOD have a future with the IOC?
North American Transit Pricing From Major Providers Down 10%
Based on original research, we find that North American transit pricing is down. AT&T is by far the most expensive, with all others in a similar range.
Video: How Do You Achieve Consistent Quality for VOD?
V-Factor Technologies' Jeremy Bennington explains how to test for and ensure consistent quality in VOD delivery within each encoding profile.
Video: AVOD vs. SVOD: Which Delivery Model is Right for You?
MP & Silva's William Mao discusses the pros and cons of opting for an ad-based VOD model vs. building a subscription service.
Future in Focus
Forget the Hype: The Future of Television Isn’t What You Think
Over-the-air broadcast isn't going away, cord-cutters will remain a minority, and millennials subscribe to pay TV services just as much as any other group does. But here's what will change.
DTS Announces New DTS:X Tools for Content Professionals
DTS:X Encoder and DTS:X MediaPlayer enable cutting edge immersive audio stream creation for Blu-ray Disc, Ultra HD Blu-ray, and file-based and streaming media
Simian Extends 360º/VR Video Support All Platforms
Creative companies can now present and market 360/VR video on any platform, including iOS.
Triveni Digital to Share Expertise on MPEG-2 Transport Stream Technology at SBE Chapter Meeting in Phoenix
BIGVU Launches Video Prompter App for Mobile Reporters
With BIGVU, anyone with a smartphone can be a professional news anchor