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“Poker Face:” The Sunday Mystery Movie But It’s Streaming
“The Last Jedi” and “Glass Onion” director Rian Johnson on his new Peacock “howcatchem” series, “Poker Face,” starring Natasha Lyonne.
Streaming (Right Now) is a Release Format… Not a Revolution
Interactive experiments like Netflix’s “Kaleidoscope” and “Bandersnatch” don’t represent the revolution streaming content once promised.
Mobile Video Overview: Data, Downloads and “House of the Dragon”
The mobile streaming industry is experiencing a download boom, with hours spent on mobile phones peaking at a record 4.1 trillion in 2022.
Let’s Get Into the Economics of Streaming and TV Content
Analysts predict that streaming will become more expensive and more frequently interrupted by ads as studios look to balance their budgets.
FAST Channels: Finding the Right Playout Solution/Strategy
FAST channels are a win-win situation for content owners, publishers and end-users, but ad insertion remains one of the biggest challenges.
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.
Say Hello to HVOD, Your Current and Future Streaming Business Model
As ad-supported subscription options continue to proliferate, the hybrid video-on-demand (HVOD) model will dominate streaming going forward.
Provider Priorities Are Cost Control and Live Streaming at Scale
Controlling costs is the single biggest challenge facing streaming service providers, according to Bitmovin’s new Video Developer Report.
Remote Production Primer: Learn the Basics of Video Encoding
IP-enabled workflows for remote video production will allow broadcasters to cut costs and innovate new ways to create and consume content.
Streaming Strategies: Where Do Broadcasters Go From Here?
Would broadcasters be better off making their free-to-watch apps the first and best place to watch their most prized content?
From Cloud to Edge and Back Again: What Comes Next for Live Streaming
The live streaming industry is turning to edge computing to help reduce latency and bandwidth costs and keep up with customer demands.
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