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Research: Australians embrace new content and platform options

Research: Australians embrace new content and platform options

The Q1 (January-March) 2017 Australian Video Viewing Report – from audience research bodies Regional TAM, OzTAM and Nielsen – shows video viewing behaviour continues to shift with growing content, device…

BBC £34m investment in children’s content

BBC Director-General Tony Hall has announced that the Corporation will spend an additional £34 million (€38.7m) on content and services for children over the next three years, describing it as…

Spain: RTVE to charge pay-TV operators for its content

RTVE, the Spanish public broadcaster, is seeking to get more money from pay-TV operators by forcing them to pay for its TV series and movies they offer through its catch-up…

Video at heart of Wimbledon digital strategy

Video at heart of Wimbledon digital strategy

With the 2017 Championships a matter of days away, executives at the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) and technical partner IBM have revealed a number of new technologies and…

Discovery, TIM Olympic mobile service

Discovery, TIM Olympic mobile service

Discovery Communications and Italian telco TIM have revealed what they say is a first of its kind Olympic Games partnership, bringing the Games to more people across more screens. In…

Study: Video streaming quality affects viewer loyalty

Cloud delivery platform Akamai Technologies has released new research demonstrating how quality of video resolution and playback affects viewers’ engagement with and loyalty to OTT video streaming services. Conveyed through…

Entertainment giants form anti-piracy alliance

Entertainment giants form anti-piracy alliance

Thirty leading content creators and on-demand entertainment companies from around the world have launched the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE), a global coalition dedicated to protecting the dynamic legal…

Australia proposes broadcast and content reform package

Australia proposes broadcast and content reform package

Australia’s Government has announced a comprehensive package of reforms that it says will improve the sustainability of Australia’s free-to-air broadcasting sector, protect children from exposure to gambling advertising and support…

Report: Australia’s M&E industry must make ‘frenemies’ to grow

The time has come for Australian media and entertainment companies to make ‘frenemies’ by collaborating and partnering with rivals to achieve growth, with the strong headwinds facing traditional media players…

Older viewers embrace catch-up, but not SVoD

A study of TV viewing habits in 13 countries by Ampere Analysis reveals that people aged 55-64 are yet to embrace SVoD services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime, preferring…