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AT&T launches AT&T TVMarch 06, 2020The launch of AT&T TV, the companies long proposed successor to its premium TV products, occurred on March 2, 2020. The new service combines the content offerings from its premium live TV products with the flexibility of internet delivered video streaming. AT&T TV is the culmination of the company’s strategy which began after the acquisition of DirecTV. The company has, on several occasions, announced its intention to make the move to all IP delivery.
AT&T reports rollercoaster results for 2019January 30, 2020Though total revenue grew from $170.8 billion in 2018 to $181.2 (6.1% y/y) billion, 2019 was in many respects a difficult year for AT&T. Mobility revenue grew by 0.8% y/y, with total subscribers growing 9.2% thanks to growth in the number of lower revenue connected devices such as cameras, cars and wearables. The companies Entertainment Group saw a 2.1% y/y contraction in revenue to $45.1 billion thanks to the loss of 4.1 million premium and OTT TV subscribers in 2019. That was a significant acceleration from the 750,000 lost in 2018, exacerbated by the OTT service also moving to the negative, cutting total subscriptions by 16.7% y/y.
US Media - Consumer Research - Devices, Media & Usage DatabaseJanuary 06, 2020Combines key addressable market information with in-depth consumer survey data and analysis to provide unparalleled coverage of connected devices and media consumption.Subscribers Only
US Media Landscape ToolDecember 20, 2019Consolidated tool charting US subscriber and revenue data for advertising, broadband, TV channels, cinema, mobile, online video, telephony and TV; cable network and channel revenue and reach (including affiliate and carriage data); programming spend and trends by group and content type; video advertising; home entertainment (physical and digital transactional) and online video (AVOD, D2C and SVOD) as well as the broader US connected devices landscape and installed base.Subscribers Only
US Media - Service Provider Zip Code Availability DatabaseDecember 17, 2019This database provides TV/broadband/cable voice service availability and demographics, technical reach and broadband speed. Developing components: channel packages, service pricing, modeled subscribersSubscribers Only
Pay TV Lite Packages Report - US - 2019Lite packages proliferate in US pay TVDecember 10, 2019Lite packages, those with fewer channels, and being offered at discount prices, have become common place in US pay TV. As of Q2 2019, IHS Markit estimates that of the 95.0 million pay TV subscribers in the US in Q2 2019 that 26% or 24.9 million subscribers ...Subscribers Only
Pay TV & Online Video Report - North America - 2019May 16, 2019The 2019 North America Pay TV & Online Video Report provides in-depth insights of the pay TV and online subscription video markets of the United States and Canada.Subscribers Only
Can V-Nova squeeze HEVC out of the compression market?April 22, 2015UK-based video encoding start-up V-Nova has unveiled a proprietary compression algorithm called Perseus, which it claims uses a set of technologies that are completely new to the industry, and is a competitor to industry standard MPEG’s next-generation codec HEVC. While little has been disclosed about the technical inner workings and processes behind its compression V-Nova claims that Perseus is more efficient and scales better than HEVC.Subscribers Only
Telstra raises stake in Ooyala to 98 per centAugust 12, 2014Australian telco Telstra has purchased a further 75 per cent stake in online video platform (OVP) Ooyala for $270m
Google's Global Internet Roll-Out Report - 2014How Google will roll-out global internetJuly 04, 2014Google has recently made several investments in infrastructure and technology companies, including drones, robotics and satellites. How will Google combine these diverse technologies with initiatives such as Loons to provision global internet and expand its own user base?Subscribers Only
Netflix goes Ultra High DefinitionApril 09, 2014Netflix has started streaming content in Ultra HD (UHD), branded as Ultra HD 4K. UHD is approximately 4 times the resolution of Full HD. Netflix is streaming UHD content as its highest bandwidth profile at 15.6 Mbps, referenced on Netflix’s in-app player as 2160 HD. UHD streaming has currently only been rolled out for House of Cards season two. The video stream is compressed using next generation h.265/HEVC, therefore requiring both an HEVC decoder, as well as an updated version of Netflix’s client player. Netflix UHD clients are already embedded on UHD TVs offered by LG, Samsung, Sony and Vizio.
Harris Broadcast splits into Imagine Communications and GatesAirMarch 20, 2014Professional broadcast equipment provider Harris Broadcast will divide into two brand new corporate entities, Imagine Communications and GatesAir. Imagine Communications will provide solutions for delivering and monetizing multiscreen content while GatesAir will focus on TV and radio over-the-air market.
Connected Devices & Media Service Report - 2014February 24, 2014The media managed service industry is booming, almost four-times the size in 2013 as in 2006. The industry has been driven by need for more video transportation over fibre and CDN, and by the requirement for more versions of content for multi-channel and multiscreen consumption.Subscribers Only
Verizon acquires EdgeCastDecember 13, 2013Verizon Digital Media Services (VDMS), the managed service arm of US Telco Verizon, has acquired content delivery network (CDN) provider EdgeCast for $350 million. EdgeCast provides accelerated content...
Verizon acquired upLynk to enchance its cloud video servicesNovember 19, 2013Verizon Digital Media Services (VDMS), the managed service arm of US telco Verizon, recently acquired multiscreen start-up upLynk for an undisclosed fee.
Ericsson to acquire Red Bee MediaJuly 01, 2013Swedish technology provider Ericsson intends to strengthen its market position in the media managed services by acquiring Red Bee Media, one of the leading media broadcast services in the UK. The acquisition,...