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SKY merges with Vodafone NZ

In a move the pair say will create a leading integrated telecommunications and media group in New Zealand, pay-TV operator SKY and Vodafone New Zealand are to merge, with the…

ETSI group explores mobile and broadcast convergence

ICT standards body ETSI has unveiled a new Industry Specification Group, the Mobile and Broadcast Convergence (MBC) ISG. ETSI MBC ISG will explore the deployment and business models of converged…

Time launches INSTANT mobile platform

Time Inc has revealed the upcoming launch of INSTANT, a mobile-first, all-video platform featuring content about the lives and projects of digital celebrities as well as content created by digital…

Turkcell, Ericsson live mobile HD broadcast

Ericsson and Turkcell, have delivered an immersive live streaming mobile experience over LTE Broadcast in Turkey. This took place during a derby between Fenerbahce and Galatasaray Odeabank, two of Istanbul’s…

Netgem’s Telco-grade mobile TV

Sylvain Thevenot, tells us about Netgem’s first visit to Mobile World Congress to demonstrate its mobile TV solution. For twenty years Netgem has stayed at the forefront of TV developments…

Phones, tablets the go-to devices for downloads

Findings from Limelight Networks annual State of Digital Downloads report – which studies consumer perceptions and behaviours around digital content – suggest that nearly half (45 per cent) of consumers…

YipTV joins T-Mobile’s Binge On

YipTV joins T-Mobile’s Binge On

YipTV has joined T-Mobile’s “Un-carrier” based Binge On platform making it possible for T-Mobile customers in the US (on qualifying plans) to watch more than 100 international and domestic live…

TV viewers increasingly using alternative screens

TV viewers increasingly using alternative screens

TV viewers worldwide are increasingly watching programmes on other screens according to research from Eurodata TV Worldwide. For example – in Canada, 60 per cent of 18 to 34 year…

Vivendi’s STUDIO+ offers premium mobile content

Recognising the growth in mobile phone ownership and viewing, and the scarcity of quality scripted content in increasingly popular short form episodes, Vivendi is launching STUDIO+, which it claims is…

26% of Kiwis watch TV on other devices

26% of Kiwis watch TV on other devices

While New Zealanders increasingly use mobile devices to watch video content, 3.2 million New Zealanders aged 10+ (84 per cent) are viewing over 23 hours of broadcast TV through their…