Showtime's Chris DeBlasio Speaks on the Importance of Communication Unification Across Multiple Channels/Platforms in Sports and Entertainment

In order to compete effectively in today's multi-screen/multi-platform environment, sports and entertainment organizations must not only present content on all relevant platforms used by consumers, but also tailor each experience so that it is optimized for each medium, according to Chris DeBlasio, Senior VP of Sport Communications at Showtime, in a podcast interview for journalists ahead of the PRSA's InterSections 2018 Conference on August 9-10 in Anaheim, Calif.

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AR/VR 1.0 must die in Order for AR/VR 2.0 to Live, Digi-Capital Says

The future of AR/VR could be bright, but only if it moves beyond where it is today. 2018 was the first of what look like two transitional years, with a potential shakeout in 2019 before an inflection point in late 2020. Digi-Capital's new Augmented/Virtual Reality Report Q1 2019 and AR/VR Analytics Platform look at where we are today, where we’re heading tomorrow, and some of the changes needed to get us there.

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Technicolor's Luis Martinez-Amago Discusses Key Trends Defining Network Service Provider Strategies for the Connected Home

This year will see more Network Service Providers (NSPs) around the world embrace "managed services" as a core strategy for generating new recurring revenues and competing with retail offers, says Luis Martinez-Amago, President and General Manager for Technicolor's Connected Home Division, in an audio interview for journalists.

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Technicolor Returns to CES 2019 to Share Latest Innovations for the Connected Home

Technicolor experts and executives will be on hand during the CES 2019 conference and exposition -- being held over January 8-11 in Las Vegas -- to demo and discuss leading-edge developments on a range of connected home technologies, including: Management of Multiple Video Platforms, Android TV, Ultra-Broadband, DOCSIS 3.1, Wi-Fi 6, and Advanced HDR.

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Ben Bartosch Discusses Impact of Natural Disasters on Vehicle Pricing for Dealers and Consumers; J.D. Power Used Vehicle Price Index

Hurricanes and other natural disasters invariably cause price increases in the automobile market across the affected area, with a ripple effect that extends beyond the direct points of impact. The exact effect of each event, however, differs, so it is important to have historical data as a benchmark to help predict the pricing impact, says Ben Bartosch, Manager of Forecast Analytics at J.D. Power, in a new audio interview for journalists.

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Technicolor's Patrick Goemaere Describes How Edge Compute and Software Life-Cycle Management Create Customer Value and Flexibility

The rapid rise of DevOps -- along with the mainstreaming of agile methodologies for creating applications -- is introducing new opportunities for Network Service Providers (NSPs) interested in deploying more services to subscribers, more rapidly and safely in the era of Edge Computing and the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Windstream and Vitria Executives Discuss the Future of Network Service Providers in Serving the Connected Lives of Consumers at Home and at Work

The cable/telco sector is in the midst of a seismic shift, as new technologies and rising consumer expectations drive the radical transformation of traditional business models. During a recent podcast interview for journalists, Mark Wyman, Senior Vice President for Application Development for Windstream and Chris Menier, Vice President and Transformation Strategist at Vitria discussed how a sophisticated data-centric approach to a customer-focused strategy can generate sustainable competitive differentiation within the NSP community.

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Australia SVoD Saturation Set to Exceed Pay TV Saturation By End of 2018, Futuresource Consulting Says

Consumer spend on video entertainment in Australia is expected to grow 3 percent in 2019 to AU $5.3 billion, according to the latest video entertainment report from Futuresource Consulting. This growth is to be helped by an uplift at the box office and with SVoD uptake continuing to impress. By the end of 2018, Australia is set to be the first country to see the number of SVoD households overtake those of Pay-TV in any market worldwide.

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