Facebook: non-professional content driving interest in live video

Andrew Bosworth

Live video is becoming a “major part” of Facebook video feeds, with much of the traffic driven by non-professional content, in part as a reaction… Read more

PwC: the future of video is mobile first


The future of video is mobile-first, with 70% of 18-24 year-olds now claiming that their phone is the primary place that they view video content,… Read more

Report: Facebook in talks to licence its own video content

Ricky Van Veen

Facebook has reportedly started talks with TV studios and video producers about licensing shows, in a bid to bolster its video efforts. According to tech… Read more

Ericsson: mobile video traffic to grow 50% annually


Mobile video traffic is forecast to grow by around 50% annually through 2022, when it will account for nearly 75% of all mobile data traffic,… Read more

Google boosted by YouTube and mobile search

Sundar Pichai

Google parent company Alphabet reported strong third quarter results, with mobile search and video powering its core ad business. Announcing the results last week, Google… Read more

Vine co-founder launches new video service called Hype


Vine co-founder Rus Yusupov launched a new mobile video service in the same week that Twitter announced it was shutting down the short-form video app.… Read more

Ericsson: Video viewing time up as mobile rivals TV


People are watching more content than ever before as mobile viewing time moves closer to an equal split with fixed TV viewing, according to new… Read more

Whitepaper | Video Quality for Virtualized Environments

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Improve Video Quality in Virtualized Environments Video providers are presented with the opportunity to improve picture quality by using new tools, including emerging technologies that… Read more

Whitepaper | eSports – The Next Big Content Play

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eSports is gaining ground but will it be the next big content play? Let’s Play videos are among the most popular games in the online… Read more

Report: Disney looking to buy Twitter for its video credentials


The Walt Disney Company is reportedly eyeing a deal to buy social media platform Twitter. According to Bloomberg, Disney sees Twitter as a key video… Read more