TV viewing is no longer a linear “one size fits all” channel surfing experience – 500 channels and still nothing on. TV is merging with internet and social media to evolve into a personalized experience involving multiple interacting screens.
Many cable operators are exploring their next generation solutions looking toward a complete...
Many operators have launched the first phase of multi-screen services, but extending the full experience of traditional broadcast TV (national, local and PEG channels) to multi-screen — at least doing it the right way — involves more than just streaming content.This webcast will look at many of the critical considerations for merging traditional and multi-screen video and audio services. We will also highlight a recent Dolby Digital Plus implementation in a combined broadcast and multi-screen environment using Dolby and Envivio technologies.
In today’s competitive pay-TV environment, consumers demand personalized multi-screen experiences inside and outside the home. To meet this demand, service providers know they must act quickly. Yet many have delayed launching TV Everywhere services.
Building a compelling, easy-to-use multi-screen service is a difficult endeavor. It requires the time and expertise to evaluate different network configurations, choose network equipment, integrate disparate systems, and determine how to make money on the resulting infrastructure. That’s all very resource- and capital-intensive.
Join CED Senior Editor Mike Robuck as he interviews leaders of the international cable community to learn how they have successfully deployed large-scale Hybrid IP video in multiple markets. Gain an understanding of how they have created a unique design with pre-integration to enable customization and quick time to market.