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SVOD: Scale and the Curse of the Serial Churner
From scale to segmentation, market data platform Antenna highlights five factors of importance in the year ahead for streaming companies.
What’s Next for Streaming? (It’s All About the ARPU, Baby)
How streamers can use the lessons learned from the past year in 2023 to help rebound from recent subscriber losses and stock price declines.
NextGen TV: Using the Lighthouse Model to Make the Transition to ATSC 3.0
Skip Pizzi, a key developer of the ATSC 3.0 digital TV standard, describes the ongoing transition to NextGen TV using the lighthouse model.
What’s the Future of Broadcast TV? FCC Commissioner Starks Places a Bet on ATSC 3.0
In case you were wondering/worried, broadcast TV has a future. FCC Commissioner Geoffrey is betting that future relies on ATSC 3.0.
How 5G Will Impact Live Production Workflows
With the introduction of 5G New Radio technology, the game-changing applications for broadcasting are on the verge of being realized.
The Nation’s Capital Goes NextGen
A roundtable discussion with the broadcast engineers involved in the Howard University NextGen TV Broadcast Collaborative.
NextGen TV: Looking Back and Looking Forward
Madeleine Noland, president, Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC), provided a look at NextGen TV during 2021 and what to anticipate in 2022 during a conversation at CES: Joining Noland were […]
6G Mobile Networks Are Beginning to Be a Thing
While 5G is still very much a work in progress, the industry is already contemplating next-gen mobile connectivity including 6G and 7G.
Global Broadcast Equipment Market To Top $15 Billion In a Decade
Broadcast equipment sales are expected to top $6.2 billion globally this year according to new analysis from Persistence Market Research.
Tokyo 2020: Nobody’s There But the World is Watching
The Tokyo Olympics are eliminating a key component of live sports broadcasts under Japan’s state of emergency, but the show must go on.
Local Stations Urged to Go Hyperlocal and Stream It
Local TV stations have been making hay for the best part of two decades by charging cable companies retransmission fees. Cord cutting and streaming are an existential threat to their future.
Cord Cutting is About Saving Money… and Wresting Control
The Verge’s Alex Cranz argues that cord-cutting is a response to the erosion of the social contract between viewers and broadcasters.
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