The days of watching F1 on any free-to-air network are numbered, if the analysis from analyst firm GlobalData is correct, with an estimate loss of US $246.49m from ticket sales a worst-case scenario.
The high-capacity, automated network “supports surging demand for gaming, video and cloud experiences”
US networking giant CenturyLink is greatly expanding its operations in Asia-Pacific, which will include a substantially increased presence in Australia.
Global mobile operator voice revenue will drop to US$208 billion by 2024 from US$381 billion in 2019, as users continue to prefer more flexible and free OTT (Over-the-Top) services, according to a new report.
The NBN Co will have to improve its game if the streaming media industry is to continue to make headway in Australia, with a survey finding that buffering is one of the biggest bugbears for users.
A new study has identified "new revenue streams and cost savings to offset a voice and data decline" of US$50 billion globally.
Fetch promises its subscribers will get "access to enhanced features in the coming months, including a faster way to access Netflix and more ways to discover and search for Netflix content".
Intense market competition in the Asia Pacific region means that over-the-top video platform providers, content creators and telecom operators must collaborate to boost revenues and profits of their respective businesses, according to a new report.
The terrific televisual boom that is the OTT revolution is set to get even more entertainingly profitable, set to nearly double from 2017 levels.
With Amazon and Facebook said to be eyeing "key sporting rights" to "bolster content market share", a new report says digital content spend will reach US$202 billion next year, up from US$184 billion in 2017.
iTWire talks to the new Ooyala chief executive Jonathan Huberman and Ooyala’s GM of the APJ region Steve Davis about the company’s plans going forward and how it is helping business stream — and monetise — its video.
The mobile ecosystem has shifted from the network operators to the service providers – from bytes of data to content and applications. What consumers value today is not commodity data, but the experiences associated with mobile access, according to the head of a mobile technology company.
Media companies and broadcasters are challenged by evolving consumer demands. They are being forced to look what opportunities there are if they are not going to be beaten by new disruptors – Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google. Ooyala may have the answer.
The Telstra-owned global video monetisation technology and services provider Ooyala has been contracted to power the complete video business of Philippines OTT provider Blink Now.
Australian-based global content streaming company Switch Media is set to launch its AppSolute over the top (OTT) video streaming service.
OTT messaging applications, such as WhatsApp and Snapchat, will see adoption grow from 2.3 billion unique users in 2016 to 4.2 billion by 2021, a new global report predicts.
Remember when AT&T was broken up in the US? Whether you do, or don’t, AT&T is on the verge of becoming the most powerful telco and media organisation in the world.
OTT video has grown in popularity across the globe, with Europe no different, seeing changed video consumption habits and new investment opportunities for EU telcos.
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New Zealand’s clearly rattled dominant carrier Spark has pulled out all stops to downplay the announcement of a $3.4 billion reverse takeover of Vodafone NZ by satellite pay TV operator Sky TV.
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