Calling Disney an “entertainment technology company” at Imagine Communications and GatesAir’s launch event earlier this week, Vince Roberts, CTO and evp, global operations for Disney/ABC Television Group, gave a preview of various production tools that are prototypes and in the pipeline. Here are four areas the company is exploring.
Broadcasters fight JSA proposal, Fox News tops last week's ratings and Boxfish scores new funding.
As AT&T and Google Fiber ready to deploy their gigabit broadband services, Bright House is looking to be one of the first cable operators to launch a fiber service offering speeds up to 1Gbps. Read this free CableFAX Daily story.
What happened "streaming" the Oscars, WWE's debut and HBO's "True Detective" season finale recently were as instructive as you could get regarding the true capability of "the cloud" when it comes to "OTT" delivery of video. The "cloud" burst. Steve Effros comments.
Plenty of cable programmers are present at SXSW this year, which kicks off today in Austin and runs until March 15. But it appears that the TV industry’s tech players also find the fest hard to resist. Aereo, Google, Roku and CableLabs are a few of the companies with a presence. Here’s what they have planned.
As awareness of, and demand for, TV Everywhere improves, delivering rich, relevant viewing experiences will be critical to keeping viewers coming back to TV Everywhere. Here are 5 tips for improving the TV Everywhere viewing experience.