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06 Apr 2020

Category: Technology

Technology

A Virtual Reality check for the TV industry 

Interest in virtual reality (VR) skyrocketed in 2016 with predictions of it being the first billion dollar year for this exciting technology. It is, therefore, not surprising that companies across every industry, especially those in the TV industry, are experimenting with VR. The question now is, how can players in the TV industry go beyond the hype and capture the growth opportunities presented by VR? By Stéphane Le Dreau, General Manager, South East Asia, NAGRA.

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The war between OTT and Pay-TV 

Best practices for pay-TV providers to win the
war through personalised experiences. Digitalsmiths, a TiVo company and the leader in content discovery technology and analytics, obviously has strong
theories on what is causing phenomenal changes and how these trends can be halted or, better yet, reversed.
Digitalsmiths shares its quarterly findings with Television Asia Plus.

Keith Budge
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Global Video Index 

The Millennials are changing the viewing patterns across many devices; according to analysts. They are the cord never, the mobile-first generation and former pirates driving this global phenomenon. And this is almost universal across many regions – essentially the same – at least when it comes to mobile devices and the video they watch on them. Millennials are a distinctly global generation, sharing more similarities than generations before them, and they’re driving us to a digital homogeneity that is distinctly mobile. Ooyala’s Keith Budge, Vice President and General Manager, Asia-Pacific and Japan shares his views in this global video index with Television Asia.