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Plotting the future of broadcast technology
Digital Issues

Plotting the future of broadcast technology

10-Apr-2014
We’ll look at the general trends and market dynamics of the key enableonig technology and services for TV and broadcasting. Drawing on NAB 2014, we look at how 4K is developing and inspiring even higher standards of image quality; software designed video processing; content protection content; distribution, delivery; over the top services; and, most crucially monetisation.
MWC 2014
Digital Issues

MWC 2014

27-Feb-2014
Mobile networks around the world are about to deliver on their promises for TV and video. Download this preview on Mobile World Congress 2014 to see just how the latest industry developments will affect business opportunities and shape future consumer expectations for mobile TV and video.
CES 2014
Digital Issues

CES 2014

09-Jan-2014
Click here to check out our special view of the TV and video industry in 2014. Drawing on CES 2014, we’ll look at what’s likely to inspire the TV and broadcast industry in the next twelve months, focusing on issues such as UltraHD, second-screen and potential winning business models. We hope we can provide a good roadmap for the year ahead.
SMPTE Symposium 2013
Digital Issues

SMPTE Symposium 2013

24-Oct-2013
The 4K/UltraHD industry is making a faster than anticipated transition towards the next step change in broadcasting. Further evidence of this comes in the 2013 SMPTE Symposium featuring what the association calls the largest collection of 4K/UltraHD equipment yet presented in a single room. Click here to read a special insight into the business of 4K.
4K: A New Era in TV
Digital Issues

4K: A New Era in TV

08-Oct-2013
The general dynamics of the 4KTV market and why the grounds for optimism are realistic. We look at 4K image acquisition, content, delivery and in-home distribution; how advances in compression standards, most notably HEVC, will open up the telco and IPTV markets for 4K and examine what the likely business challenges to 4KTV will be.