"multiscreen" articles

Parks Associates and Azuki Systems are co-hosting a complimentary webcast entitled " Multiscreen Strategies for IPTV Operators " on August 21st. In this web-based panel discussion, industry experts address the challenges, options, and opportunities in the TV Everywhere market and how these factors will impact operational strategies. In this webcast, panelists will explainthe challenges and solutions for extending IPTV services to TV Everywhere, discuss the...
 
by Brett Sappington | Jul. 31, 2013
Tags: multiscreen, TV Everywhere, Webcast
Microsoft has created "Companion Web" as a response to the steadily increasing number of connected devices consumers use daily. Companion Web bridges the gap between a user's connected devices.  For example, what a person does on his or her phone can register on connected devices such as a television or laptop.  The first app to use Microsoft's Companion Web is Polar .  Polar works across multiple screens so the consumer can give his or her opinion...
 
The Kindle Fire uses the same in-pane switching as the iPad, a 1024x600, which is a large enough screen for most home automations system. The device is heavy for its size at 14.6oz, and having dual-core CPUs clocked at 1GHz, the CPU is speedy enough for most applications. Most home automation plug-ins store very little content locally, so 8GB of storage is more than adequate and support for all current Wi-Fi standards means it’ll connect to virtually anything. The default Android project...
 
by Parks Associates | Jul. 23, 2012
Tags: home network, multiscreen, tablets
By Jim O’Neill, Parks Associates Research Analyst DirecTV is the latest operator to dig its heels in a carriage fee battle. This time, Viacom, and its 26 channels on the operator’s lineup, is the protagonist. The tune may have changed, but the song remains the same: DirecTV claims Viacom is asking for an unreasonable increase in carriage fees; Viacom, of course, claims big traffic numbers and says it’s simply trying to bring DirecTV in line with the prices the content owner...
 
by Parks Associates | Jul. 11, 2012
Tags: multiscreen, pay TV
Ooyala has raised $35 million in new capital to standardize digital video experiences provided by multi-service operators and TV programmers worldwide on the Ooyala video streaming, monetization and discovery platform. Telstra Applications and Ventures Group, a subsidiary of Australia's largest telecommunications and information services company Telstra , led the Series E round, with prior investors Sierra Ventures, Rembrandt Venture Partners and CID Group participating in addition to...
On June 21st, Parks Associates Director of Research, Brett Sappington, is hosting a webcast on how multiscreen video services have become widely available in several global markets. Operators, broadcasters, OTT service providers, CE manufacturers, and others have all joined in the battle for their share of the consumers' attention and spending. As the industry moves through 2012, new challenges await as the market players adjust their strategies and business models to cope with new...
 
by Brett Sappington | Jun. 19, 2012
Tags: multiscreen, webcast
Written by Brett L. Sappington, Director of Research Although Viaccess and Orca have been bedfellows for some time, the recently announced merger of the two companies highlights a trend among CA/DRM providers. As the multiscreen/TV Everywhere battle among solution providers has grown, content security providers have either been the precipitators or targets of vertical integration into full-featured multiscreen solutions. Irdeto acquired Cloakware and moved to add content management...
 
by Brett Sappington | Jun. 13, 2012
Tags: multiscreen, TV Everywhere
By: Kurt Scherf, Vice President, Principal Analyst With the Cable Show taking place in Boston this week, there have been a number of announcements regarding "TV Everywhere," multi-screen pay-TV strategies, and the role of connected consumer electronics such as smart TVs in delivering a new video experience to consumers. Recently, there were a number of very good articles written by John Moulding at Videonet  about how pay-TV providers are working within the...
 

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