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14 April 2012

It’ll never be enough

There is a lot of hype surrounding the revolution that cloud services and wireless connectivity will bring about the distribution of digital content to audiences.
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23 March 2012

4G wireless networks for content distribution? No thank you

There is a lot of hype around the potential of the Internet and how it is going to dramatically disrupt the content and television markets.
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10 February 2012

A Common Sense Approach to TV Everywhere

Picture a typical living room. On one side of the room a couple is sitting on a sofa, watching a program on a flat screen television that is hooked up to a cable or satellite Set-Top Box.
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03 February 2012

I want my M(obile)TV…

Mobile TV means a number of thing to different people, for people of a certain generation it means lugging the 14” portable TV into the garden with the required mains extension.
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18 January 2012

Have the Angry Birds flown the nest?

Following on from Tony’s blog covering IBC 2011, it was time to see what CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2012 had to offer.
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09 December 2011

Land of Opportunity

The US television market is a magnet of activity and innovation for one main reason: it represents the largest single group of consumers in the world who are ready, willing and able to pay a significant monthly fee for television.
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02 December 2011

I'll have that to go please

So you want to watch content wherever you are on a tablet?
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18 November 2011

Conclusions From Connections Europe: The Impact Of Multiscreen Services

I attended Connections Europe on the 8th and 9th of November, as I was invited to speak, on the panel “The Impact of Multiscreen Services: Content and Service Providers”.
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14 October 2011

Two Worlds Collide

CABLE TV converges with OTT
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30 September 2011

Television Anytime: What can a broadcaster do with it?

When I joined Motive in 2009 and first got involved with Television Anytime we had a great innovative technology but not a very good understanding on what the world could do with it
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