Broadcasters’ social lives

Kate Bulkley

For a few years now, there has been a big question mark over whether SVoD services like Netflix are good or bad news for pay… Read more

Staying in touch: how haptics Is changing the TV experience

Ferdinand Maier CEO ruwido

Watching television is no longer just about the programmes. With an ever-expanding array of channels, platforms and devices, consumers are in a better position than… Read more

Vivendi’s global ambition


It’s taken Vincent Bolloré a few years to grab hold of the unwieldy French conglomerate that was Vivendi, slim it down to a fighting weight… Read more

NAB Show 2016 preview

Steve Plunkett

As the NAB Show kicks off in Las Vegas, Steve Plunkett, chief technology officer, Ericsson Broadcast and Media Services, looks at the trends and topics… Read more

Millennial blues

Kate Bulkley

OK I’m going to admit something personal to you all – I’m not a millennial. And, guess what? Neither are most of the bigwigs in… Read more

Online TV and video: a corporate finance perspective

Linda Sullivan

Mergers and acquisitions in the media space look set to accelerate this year, says Cavendish Corporate Finance’s Linda Sullivan. This year promises to be another very busy… Read more

How to use Big Data to reach your audience


Broadcasters need to digitise their operations and gather relevant data to retain consumer loyalty, says Partho Bhattacharya, MD & president, Invenio Business Solutions. Over the past… Read more

CES 2016 preview: top consumer tech trends 

Steve Plunkett

Ericsson’s chief technology officer, broadcast and media services, Steve Plunkett, looks at this year’s top trends for CES. As the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) opens… Read more

The truth behind Generation Z’s TV viewing habits

David Crawford

Arqiva’s managing director of satellite and media, David Crawford, explores the true TV habits of Generation Z – and what they might mean for the… Read more

Netflix: the troubled teen

Kate Bulkley

Can Netflix’s business plan elevate the company from teenage upstart to dependable adult? Kate Bulkley reports. Eighteen is a difficult age for humans and so, it… Read more