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Online video providers today have the ability to experience a one-to-one conversation with their audience, compared to the
somewhat anonymous nature of this relationship in traditional TV. Viewing habits of consumers continue to rapidly change in
the next ten years, bringing more choice, portability and accessibility to video. A granular nature to analyzing subscriber
behavior will open new opportunities for content owners, end users, and everyone in between.
Let us invite you to read our latest whitepapers written by Gabriel Dusil, Chief Marketing & Corporate Strategy Officer of Visual Unity:
Have you ever wondered how your analog TV ever figured out what you were watching?
In the days when there were only a handful of channels, the ratio between useful and useless didn’t seem to matter.
Creating a compelling and engaging video experience has been an ongoing mission for content owners and distributors.
Searching for content has significantly evolved in the past ten years, thanks largely to Google.
The multiscreen experience has significantly widened the choice for how subscribers receive their content.
The future of digital video is expanding in all directions; from the size of the living room TV, to the depth of content selection.
The broadcast market is facing the most significant paradigm shift in history, with traditional linear television struggling to meet the demands of an emerging multiscreen audience.
Multiscreen is at the top of the entertainment industry’s agenda for delivering digital video. This is discussed in the context of four main screens: TVs, PCs, tablets and mobile phones.
Many in the entertainment industry are quick to blame piracy for any revenue decline in their business. It’s valid to blame user behavior rather than the underlying technology that enabled change. But why not blame the Internet itself?