AMSTERDAM—Endemol Shine went all in on some new production technology for “Big Brother” in Italy, and the move appears to have paid off for the programmer.
Nokia is planning to sell off its IP Video business to Toronto-based software company Volaris Group.
As more viewers stream more live video more often, programmers are using multiple content delivery networks to ensure quality of experience.
Broadcast delay, or latency, and device playback are the top two concerns for consumers streaming online video, according to a new survey from Bitmovin.
At this year’s IBC show, Telestream will be showing off its Project Orchid development project, which promises self-healing video service networks.
CenturyLink's Vyvx, a suite of fiber-based broadcast services, is getting access to Amazon Web Services.
As Oath CEO Tim Armstrong plots his exit, the Verizon subsidiary is bringing its various ad tech platforms under one consolidated brand.
Espial is launching a TVaaS solution for Android TV that includes support for Android TV Operator Tier set-top boxes and Android TV retail devices.
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