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    Carving a niche in the TV vendor space

    OTT devices
    A disruptive landscape is changing the shape of the entertainment industry as we know it. Embedded operators are facing cord cutting from a millennial generation that don’t want to be tied down to hefty monthly bills for channels they never watch.
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    NOWTV, much more than a SKY OTT spin-off

    What makes NOWTV so successful? There are several reasons, according to NowTV strategy & proposition director James Alexander.
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    OTT is the driving force of niche TV services

    “OTT has shortened the gap between content producers and end users,” Henrik Schneider, director of broadcast and media services division, Antenna Hungária told attendees at the OTTtvWorld Summit today.

Analysis & Opinion

  • 60 Seconds With… Huawei Director of Video Services ME Wang Bin

    Huawei’s Wang Bin talks to TV Connect about the changing media landscape ahead of TV Connect MENA 31 October to 1 November 2016, Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi, Dubai

  • Delivering OTT and HbbTV front-end applications reliably and quickly

    Mautilus CTO, Petr Mazanec guest blogs for us ahead of TV Connect 2016.  First, let’s consider what are the four most common customers’ requirements when front-end application development is being discussed: Keeping up with a tight schedule. In OTT business, everything is done at the last moment, so if we are lucky we have to…

  • Single millenials most likely to access SVOD

    While subscription VOD (SVOD) is used by 66% of millenials aged 18-34, it’s most used by single independents (78%) and least used by those who are starting a family (58%) according to recent research by Nielsen. Nielsen’s Total Audience Report for Q4 2015 found that ‘on their own’ single millenials averaging 27 years of age…

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