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EuroMedia July/August 2015

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We have recently seen varying degrees on consolidation in the CPE sector, as well as traditional vendors enhancing their portfolio bu acquiring ‘cloud’ expertise. EuroMedia asked a range of industry players what role the home gateway and STB will play in managing and securing content in the connected muli-device home.

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LatAm Market Briefing

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Advanced-Television’s Latin America Markey Briefing 2015 special.

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EuroMedia May/June 2015

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Consumers are increasingly accessing their desired content at a time of their choosing and on a range of devices, often from dedicated OTT providers. Is this set to be the dominant model for VoD consumption? What other options are there for fulfilling consumer demand for content and what obstacles may be hampering the development of transactional VoD? Colin Mann investigates.

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EuroMedia AngaCom special

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EuroMedia’s AngaCom show special.

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EuroMedia Mar/Apr 2015

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A year ago, managed network providers are increasingly relying on QoE to stave off OTT challengers and the threat of cord-cutting, with the UI and user friendliness of the EPG and recommendation features central to their efforts. Colin Mann takes a look at the role data-mining and management plays in viewer satisfaction, monetisation and retention.

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EuroMedia Ultra-HD special


Euroedia UHD Special 2015

Euromedia’s Ultra-HD Special recounts the state of play for the technology around the world and looks ahead with technology and market forecasts. Published in association with the DTG.



EuroMedia Jan/Feb 2015

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A year ago, EuroMedia wrote that amidst the political problems television and broadcasting generally remained healthy in the MENA region. A year later and it might be fair to say that the region’s political problems and civil unrest challenges are worse than ever. But somehow or other – and perhaps as a respite from all the turmoil around – broadcasting is also in better shape than ever, reports Chris Forrester.


Cable Media Volume 7 Number 1

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2015 will be an important year for Europe’s broadband cable operators, with a number of regulatory decisions likely to impact on its ability to compete in the multichannel market.

Read Cable Media’s update on industry warnings of the consequences of Net Neutrality for the sector, as well as the latest news and research.


EuroMedia Nov/Dec 2014

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With customers increasingly demanding ‘TV Everywhere’ access to their content, across a range of managed and unmanaged networks, as well as to a plethora of devices, the need to ensure QoE for the end-user requires new testing and monitoring techniques. We spoke to a range of sector players to find out how they are responding to market dynamics and enabling their broadcaster and service provider clients to maintain market share and protect revenue.



Africa Market Briefing 2014

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Many industry observers expect the pay-TV sector in Sub-Saharan Africa to experience significant growth in the years to come. Read Advanced-Television’s overview of the sector and its prospects, plus the rest of the issue


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