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Analyst: Cellcos should embrace LTE Broadcast now

Consultancy firm Strategy Analytics has recommended that mobile operators, especially those with multi-screen assets and ambitions to provide superior mobile video and data experiences to customers, adopt eMBMS, or LTE…

Social media video driving viewing screen shift

The ascent of social media platforms as video destination sites is having a dramatic impact on the viewing behaviour and screen choices of consumers. Ampere research shows that social-media…

Study: Smartphones transforming the TV experience

The Streaming Video Alliance, a global industry forum comprising leading companies from the online video ecosystem, has explored consumers’ perceptions and behaviours around watching video on mobile phones. The 2016…

PwC: US cord-cutting slowing

Cord-cutting in the US is less than forecast and fewer users see themselves dropping pay-TV in the future, according to a survey by PwC in the US. Entitled Videoquake 4.0:…

Europe leads in mobile sports viewing

Ooyala, a Telstra subsidiary and specialist in video publishing, workflow, analytics and monetisation, has released its Q3 2016 Global Video Index highlighting business insights based on the online viewing trends…

⅔ APAC connected consumers watching online video daily

Connected consumers across APAC are watching more video content than ever before, according to the findings from Kantar TNS’s Connected Life study into the behaviours of Internet users across the…

89% of viewing still on TV

89% of viewing still on TV

The juggernaut of mobile phone use is changing the viewing dynamic, but not in the way most assume, according to the Video Advertising Bureau’s (VAB) latest State of Digial Video…

Optus adds ABC iview and Stan to mobile TV

Optus adds ABC iview and Stan to mobile TV

Optus has announced the addition of Stan and ABC iview to its mobile TV streaming offering in Australia. Access to ABC iview brings a range of channels including ABC, ABC2,…

YouTube driving mobile video growth in Africa

YouTube driving mobile video growth in Africa

Sandvine, a provider of intelligent broadband network solutions for fixed and mobile operators, has released its latest Global Internet Phenomena Report focusing on Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.  The…

Verizon: live streaming made easy

Jason Friedlander, Director of Solutions Engineering for Verizon Digital Media Services, introduces their latest major enhancement; Live Events Manager. This application means any content provider – however large or small…