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LatAm 2013 Market Briefing

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Advanced-Television’s Latin America Market briefing 2013.

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EuroMedia Aug 2013

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With Digital Switchover complete in the major European territories, viewers are largely accessing their content via set-top boxes or connected, ‘Smart’ TVs. What role will such devices play, with some companies suggesting they will not serve unprofitable markets, TV sets reportedly remaining unconnected, and the cloud increasingly becoming both the storage and intelligence?
Also read Nick Snow on police attempts to combat content piracy: “You may well ask what’s the point (more…)

EuroMedia June 2013

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Welcome to the new Euromedia digital edition. Read our in depth feature on Home Gateways and the rest of our May/June issue (more…)

EuroMedia March/April 2013

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Welcome to the new Euromedia digital edition. Read our in depth feature on social media and the news and the rest of our March/April issue (more…)

EuroMedia Jan 2013

Euro0113MID-EAST BROADCASTING GROWS, BUT FACES CHALLENGES

Middle East broadcasting is booming reports Chris Forrester, who also warns of satellite jamming problems facing the region.

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EuroMedia Dec 2012

TEST AND MONITOR SEGMENT SURVEY 2012

In order to provide Quality of Service and Quality of Experience in an increasingly competitive pay-TV landscape, broadcasters and service providers need to ensure the reliability and consistency of video and audio delivery across a range of platforms and devices. EuroMedia 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.

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EuroMedia Sept 2012

FIRST-CLASS DELIVERY

Service providers must provide what the content consumers want and deliver it with maximum flexibility, convenience and QoE. This requires a Content Delivery Network, but there are a host of business models available. Colin Mann navigates his way through the choices facing industry players.

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EuroMedia August 2012

SET-TOP-BOX SURVEY 2012

The future of the set-top box has come under increasing scrutiny in recent months, with a senior cable company executive suggesting it will become extinct, and uncertainty surrounding the ownership of leading vendors. Euromedia finds out how the market and products have developed, and how sector players see the future panning out.

Download the STB survey 2012

EuroMedia June 2012

SHOW ME THE MONEY

Much importance is given to securing digital content and monetising it across platforms, often as part of a triple or quad-play service. Equally important is ensuring that usage is billed in a timely manner. Colin Mann investigates how specialist solutions providers enable seamless service operation and subsequent monetisation.

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EuroMedia April 2012

TOMORROW’S GREEN SATELLITES ARE APPEARING NOW

Satellites are having to adapt to meet future launch and broadcasting requirements. Chris Forrester explains.

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EuroMedia Feb 2012

THE ARAB SPRING

The Arab Events in the Middle East during 2011 meant the region’s satellite operators experienced the Best of Times, the Worst of Times, as Chris Forrester explains.

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EuroMedia Dec 2011

TEST AND MONITOR SEGMENT SURVEY 2011

In order to provide Quality of Service and Quality of Experience in
an increasingly competitive pay-TV landscape, broadcasters service providers need to ensure the reliability and consistency of video and audio delivery across a range of platforms and devices. EuroMedia 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.

Download Test and Monitor survey

EuroMedia Sep 2011

VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY

With an ever-increasing amount of content available to the TV viewer, the challenge is now greater than ever to ensure that it can not only be accessed readily, but is relevant to the viewer’s preferences. Colin Mann discovers some answers from a range of industry experts.

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EuroMedia July 2011

STB SURVEY 2011

Some regulators and industry players seem determined that the future of the set-top box may be limited, to be replaced by other devices or The Cloud. Euromedia spoke to major manufacturers and their supply partners to find out about current offerings and future prospects.

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EuroMedia June 2011

HOME TRUTHS

In a world of potential Over The Top providers, implementing the Home Gateway is vital for service providers who want to maintain customer loyalty and enhance their services and monetisation opportunities. But with a myriad of in-home and portable devices to connect, and an array of content types, this is no easy task. Colin Mann talked to a range of industry experts to unlock some answers.

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