The future face of TV emerges
| 02 September 2014
Despite the most testing of circumstances, the broadcast industry can be proud of itself on a number of levels, especially in terms of its resilience and innovation.
futurefaceIt has come out, indeed flourished, with service bouquets capable of delivering TV content in new and exciting forms across new and exciting platforms: online video is now well established more or less everywhere, leading to proliferating over-the-top services, which are now beginning to eat away at traditional pay-TV services. Second screen is for many first in mind, and catch-up TV and on-demand services are table stakes.
Moreover, the mass availability of high bandwidth TV network infrastructures such as fibre-to-the-home and advanced DSL and cable networks have allowed IPTV and cable providers to face-off satellite in the delivery of the most advanced, enhanced and enriched TV content and services such as 4K/UltraHD.
Download this digital issue, timed to coincide with IBC 2014, to find out what will be the likely landscape in which such services will bring about business transformation, delivering prosperity to all corners of the broadcast market.
Its scope will encompass:
• Software-led broadcasting
• Mobile video
• TV everywhere
• Quality of experience
• Online video
• Social TV
• Driving value from content
• Monetisation and ad insertion