The ultimate performance of 5G depends on many technical and regulatory factors, including sufficient spectrum, the presence of affordable equipment and access to sufficient cell sites. One factor that doesn’t get the amount of attention it deserves, however, is the technical approach to how networks coexist so they can operate […]Read More
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Eastern European OTT revenues are expected to reach $3.58 billion in 2025, almost triple the $1.41 billion recorded in 2019, according to Digital TV Research. The study of 22 Eastern European countries found that Russia will account for 40 per cent of the region’s OTT revenues by 2025, with Poland generating […]Read More
The BBC’s online portfolio has been built up over more than 20 years into a rich and varied collection of websites and services – but with all this content, it’s sometimes difficult trying to find some of it, let alone manage it all. As a result we have lots of […]Read More
McKinsey and Company has been tracking consumer sentiment around the world since the beginning of the COVID19 pandemic, exploring the economic effects of the virus, as well as consumption patterns and media consumption. As you would expect, the research has found that consumers in most countries are delaying purchases, except for basics, […]Read More
What is it that YOU, the viewers, want to ensure is regulated within the ever growing digital world – your viewing, your choices, your protection over content. Whilst we are all aware of existing regulations, restrictions and protections within broadcast tv that exist to make your viewing experience one of […]Read More
Formula 1 has launched its own bespoke streaming service, selling directly to consumers in two dozen markets. The service, costing around $8-$12 a month, will be available in Germany, France, the US, Mexico, Belgium, Austria, Hungary and much of Latin America. A launch date for the UK has not been set. […]Read More