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The UK’s public broadcaster, the BBC, has revealed the advances that it has made with its first forays into the world of virtual reality (VR).

Smart video player maker Cedato has launched an Open Video API offering a framework for developing native video advertising experiences.

SeaChange International has reported first quarter fiscal 2017 revenue of $21.6 million, with an operational loss of $9.6 million.

Global Internet traffic will nearly triple at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22% over the next five years, with video very much driving this surge in consumption, says the latest Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI).

German telecommunications and cable provider NetCologne has selected the ARRIS Touchstone TG2492 Gateway to bring gigabit speeds and wireless broadband coverage to its subscribers in the area of Cologne.

Satellite Telecommunications Network (STN) is using Elemental HEVC video processing to power the unified headend delivery of broadcast and over-the-top (OTT) TV content.

Vitec Videocom has launched a financing programme for broadcast and video professionals in the United States and Canada looking to upgrade and acquire new gear.

As it rolls out three new high-definition channels in the area, FOX Networks Group (FNG) Middle East has engaged Ericsson to provide playout services for the new bouquet.