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Tata Communications, F1 team for 360° video trial

Tata Communications, F1 team for 360° video trial

Tata Communications and Formula 1 have conducted a test of live 360° video at the 2017 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix to show how the F1 racing experience could be…

Vubiquity, Nokia team for T-SAAS offering

Vubiquity, a provider of premium content services and media technology solutions and Nokia, the global technology player have announced a new ‘Time-Shift As A Service’ (T-SAAS) offering. The service delivers…

Piksel selects DLVR optimisation

DLVR, a video delivery optimisation provider, has announced that Piksel, a global player in building successful online video businesses, will be integrating DLVR’s services into their digital media offerings. DLVR…

Israel: Partner multiscreen TV with Broadpeak

Broadpeak, a provider of content delivery network (CDN) and video streaming technologies, has announced that Partner Communications, an Israeli communications operator, has launched a new TV service called Partner TV…

Prime Focus clarifies Game of Thrones incident

Content supply chain specialist Prime Focus Technologies (PFT) has issued a Statement clarifying how, on August 4th, 2017, a link to view Episode 4 of Season 7 of Game of…

Hulu picks AWS as cloud provider

Hulu picks AWS as cloud provider

Premium streaming service Hulu has selected Amazon Web Services (AWS) as its cloud provider, and leveraged AWS to launch its new, over-the-top (OTT) live TV service. Hulu turned to AWS…

SpaceBelt Global Cloud Network secures content

High-speed global cloud storage network specialist SpaceBelt Cloud Constellation Corporation has unveiled SpaceBelt for Media & Entertainment, a service designed to support broadcast and production organisations seeking more efficient ways…

Streaming Video Alliance releases new tech specs

The Streaming Video Alliance (the Alliance), an industry forum comprised of leading companies from the online video ecosystem, has announced the immediate availability of two new technical specification documents from…

Game of Thrones causes Foxtel ‘meltdown’

Game of Thrones causes Foxtel ‘meltdown’

Australian pay-TV operator Foxtel has issued an apology after what it described as “technical issues” caused its online and on demand services to crash during the much-awaited Season 7 Game…

Ericsson secures QYOU content distribution deal

QYOU Media, a specialist curator of premium ‘best-of-web’ video for multiscreen delivery, has agreed a new distribution agreement with communications technology and services giant Ericsson that brings its curated online…

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