April’s NAB Show is off, one of the latest casualties of the coronavirus. It’s the first time in nearly 100 years that the industry gathering won’t be held. “In the interest of addressing the health Read More
As more global OTT players have pushed into France with libraries of new content, the nation’s largest broadcasters have begun to follow a similar lead – pushing out high-value original – local – content
Verizon’s throwing a full-court pass to try and score with the NBA, putting together a high-speed fiber network that connects all twenty-nine arenas that host NBA teams. (Yes, 29 arenas for 30 teams… LA’s Clippers and Lakers both play at the Staples Center.) In the process, it allows the NBA to add up to 30 cameras in every venue, guaranteeing viewers won’t get bored.
While there’s a limit to how many SVOD services users are ready to pay for, it is far from being reached. This is according to the State of the Broadcast Industry 2019 report, which maps out the challenges for content creators and distributors