Topic: interactive online video
A panel featuring execs from Viacom and Facebook Thursday at IBC outlined opportunities and benefits across social media for the industry.
Video content providers are adopting new methods, including a mix of new applications and IP-based systems, to get their video to consumers.
Growth in the online video space appears set to increase, according to Barclays, due in part to a growing number of OTT viewers over the age of 50.
AT&T and Dish recently released a set of services that allow travelers to effectively stream their video services over their hotel TVs.
Former CTO of Hulu Eric Feng has brought his startup Packagd out of stealth with the launch of Unboxed, a mobile video commerce platform.
Just when cable programmers felt like they had started making strides on Snapchat, along comes a new social video platform: Rheo.
Roku’s new operating system, version 7.6, offers more channel-specific, connected options that take advantage of customer data to target the viewer experience.
eSports and streamed games content will drive $3.5 billion in revenues by 2021, according to Juniper Research.
AT&T’s DirecTV Now clearly has not lived up to the hype as a raft of reports from various media outlets have chronicled user widespread frustration.
Comcast Technology Solutions has expanded its direct-to-consumer (D2C) solution for content providers.