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Piksel partners with Transavia airline

Piksel has announced its role as technology partner to the European airline Transavia for its new in-flight entertainment service. Transavia is using Piksel Voyage to offer travellers better quality viewing…

Wimbledon, IBM serve up enhanced fan engagement

Building on a technology partnership that has existed since 1990, IT consultancy and technology expert IBM and the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) have revealed a number of innovations…

PwC: “Australia media industry needs to innovate”

The time has come for the Australian media and entertainment industry to innovate and ‘have a go’, with the headwinds facing traditional media players set to continue through to 2019,…

Arena Football, FilmOn streaming deal

American rules football body Arena Football League (AFL) has signed a one-year partnership with IP-delivered digital television platform FilmOn Networks that will make the service the official provider of international…

White-label tablet sales continue to outpace market

According to a worldwide tablet report from Futuresource Consulting, the emergence of low-cost Android devices are causing a dilution of Apple’s market share. The introduction of lower-priced iPads, and the…

Syfy, LG deliver interactive TV experience

Syfy and LG Electronics USA have launched a new interactive TV consumer experience. The new “Syfy Sync for LG Smart TV” app allows viewers to go inside their favourite Syfy…

Smart TVs in a third of Australian homes

The latest Australian Multi-Screen Report – from Regional TAM, OzTAM and Nielsen, and covering the first quarter of calendar 2015 – explores household take-up of new screen technologies and trends…

Showtime stand-alone OTT service

US premium television programmer Showtime Networks is launching a stand-alone Internet streaming service in early July, with Apple as its first partner. The stand-alone service will be called Showtime, a…

97% of youth ‘bored’ despite owning 6 connected devices

97% of youth ‘bored’ despite owning 6 connected devices

MTV has published international research revealing that almost all (97 per cent) of more than 15,000 12 to 24-year-old respondents across 26 countries claimed to be affected by boredom, with…

BBC, EE trial 4G replays at FA Cup final

BBC, EE trial 4G replays at FA Cup final

The BBC and mobile network operator EE tested new mobile apps at the FA Cup final on May 30th using 4G Broadcast technology to offer instant replays to fans watching…

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