VoD and Time-shifted Viewing

  -  July 29, 2015

Video on demand time-shifted programs are now going mainstream, and this is driving multi-platforms viewing as well.  Set-up box video on demand was available in approximately 60 percent of television households in 2013, up from 37 percent in 2008 (Nielsen). Most time-shifted viewing happens through a set up box today. Together, DVRs (34 percent) and VoD from a pay TV provider (19%) account[…]

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How to Enhance the VoD Viewing Experience on Mobile Devices

  -  July 27, 2015

In its Visual Networking Index Forecast for 2014-2019, Cisco predicts that over half of all IP traffic will originate with non-PC devices by 2019. Tablets and smartphones, Cisco predicts, will grow at a rate of 65 percent, respectively 62 percent by 2019. In addition, traffic from wireless and mobile devices will exceed traffic from wired devices, Wi-Fi and mobile devices accounting for 66 percent[…]

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VoD Best Practices We Can Learn from Netflix, HBO Now and Hulu Plus

  -  July 24, 2015

Some of the greatest players in today’s video on demand market make the best business role models for any type of company. This article presents best practices of three of the largest and most successful VoD providers today. NETFLIX When it first entered the market in 1997, Netflix drew its fan base and revenue by delivering DVD-by-mail services in the United States only. Now, 18 years later, Netflix[…]

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