This report, brought to you by Intertrust ExpressPlay in conjunction with SportsPro, delves into the escalating fight against streaming piracy for live sports.
Where should sports sit within an operator’s digital strategy? An important question, not least because of the continued disruption to sports and sports viewing…
Cricket, like many other sports, has been seriously impacted by the social distancing restrictions imposed by the pandemic. The postponement and cancellation of matches at the height of lockdown, through to the more recent challenges of positive Covid tests, all caused a huge amount of disruption.
Today’s eSports service providers are subject to piracy threats similar to those plaguing live-streamed sports. The time has come for wide-scale use of eSports content protection to combat revenue-draining pirate operations.
IABM Adoption Trends reports annually track the adoption of specific emerging technologies within the broadcast and media sector.
With international fans and families unable to attend the Olympics in Tokyo due to COVID-19, journalists covering the action and storylines are more vital than ever. Reporters Aaron Nolan, Lex Gray and latakoo’s Erin Cargile walk us through their long and exciting days at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
This week, join us in welcoming back Mr MXF himself – Bruce Devlin. This episode closes our 2-part series on The Future of Sports Broadcasting. Bruce talks us through exciting new technology trends in sports, whether a stadium atmosphere can ever be matched and reveals his vision for the future of sports broadcasting.
Wow. 1 whole year ago, we released the very first episode of the In the Hub podcast. 49 episodes later, we’re joined by returning guests – Harm Van Houten (YourSide) and Wilfried Wuest (Sport.Media.Net) – to discuss the exciting and uncertain future of live sports broadcasting. This is the first of a 2-part series, so look out for next weeks episode for the full package!
We are joined by Tata Communications Abhishek Ranade, Head of EMEA, Media & Entertainment and Brijesh Yadav, Global Head of Sales, Media & Entertainment to discuss Tata Communications’ Media Services.
With the Tokyo Olympics finally a reality, though without spectators in the stands, more people than ever are viewing the games across a variety of platforms, both fixed (TVs) and mobile (smartphones, PCs).