In the TV world, it is all about content, but with video content continuing to proliferate online, a growing number of eyeballs are tuning in on the Net. In order for content producers to capitalize on this trend, that would mean finding a way for their content to be available on smart TV sets. Content developers also see growing smart TV opportunities.
ASIA-PACIFIC BROADCASTING (August 2012)
MOBILE SOLUTIONS KEEP YOU AHEAD OF THE GAME
Portability is key to get ahead of the competition. Thus there is a need to discover more streamlined tools for content production on the go. New efficiency tools for mobile TV production are getting smaller and smaller, ranging from a complete production suite that folds into a flight case to new and free software to run on an iPhone.
ASIA-PACIFIC BROADCASTING (September 2012)
Despite our dissatisfaction with Facebook’s privacy flaws, it has become an indelible part of the culture. After all, the company’s motto is “to make the world more open and connected”. Which begs the question: will there ever be a tipping point when it comes to how much we allow Facebook to share?
NEWSWEEK (October 8, 2012)
MULTISCREEN TAKES CENTRE STAGE AT IBC
One of the overriding themes of this year’s IBC trade show will be how broadcasters are adapting to the growth in second-screen activity. A further sign of the convergence between traditional broadcast and the new control viewers are exerting is the presence of a number of brand advertisers.
BROADCAST TECH (September/October 2012)
Moving from SD to HD remains the number one technology challenge for broadcasters, in-house facilities and service providers, with multiplatform delivery for VoD high up the agenda. But as most broadcasters are still transmitting in SD, facilities in this area are rebuilding their infrastructure to cope with full HD networks, as well as connected TVs and 3D.
BROADCAST TECH (July/August 2012)