Mobile Video Challenges Worldwide
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Mobile Video Challenges Worldwide
Mobile Video: How to deal best with Mobile Video growth, Monetization and all related topics
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AT&T is buying Time Warner for $85 billion

AT&T is buying Time Warner for $85 billion | Mobile Video Challenges Worldwide | Scoop.it
AT&T and Time Warner have agreed to a merger.
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Smart phones have changed our lives - and the media/telecommunications market. As I've said many time already, the future of media watching will be centered around viewing TV, movies and other video streaming events on our mobile devices more than regular cable TV. Mobile network providers are therefore racing to own the whole value chain. First it was Comcast with NBC Universal, then Verizon with AOL and Yahoo. Now it’s AT&T with Time Warner. This is just the beginning.

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Amazon in talks to live-stream tennis and rugby, wants to be ‘new-age MSO,’ says programmer

Amazon in talks to live-stream tennis and rugby, wants to be ‘new-age MSO,’ says programmer | Mobile Video Challenges Worldwide | Scoop.it
Amazon is talking to broadcast-rights holders of internationally popular pro sports, including tennis and rugby, as it looks to potentially acquire some affordable live-streaming rights. 
Claude Seyrat's insight:

Could Amazon’s acquisition of affordable live-streaming rights disrupt the OTT market?

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Having Conquered Mobile, Facebook Sets Its Sights on Video, But Challenges Loom

Having Conquered Mobile, Facebook Sets Its Sights on Video, But Challenges Loom | Mobile Video Challenges Worldwide | Scoop.it
Claude Seyrat's insight:

These are exciting times for live video streaming! The next few months are going to be full of more news like this.

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Live streaming gains ground as YouTube and Yahoo are adding the feature

Live streaming gains ground as YouTube and Yahoo are adding the feature | Mobile Video Challenges Worldwide | Scoop.it

Anyone thinking the Wild West mentality of the online video space is fading hasn't looked very closely at the emerging live streaming video segment. Despite the technology being available for more than two decades, with Real Networks among the first to test it in a consumer-focused format, live streaming didn't catch the industry's attention until mid-2014 when then-Justin.TV owned game-streaming website Twitch emerged as the fastest-growing video site in the U.S.


What drove the rise of live streaming was a confluence of open-source innovation, user demand, and the vast improvements in broadband network capacity and online video streaming technology. Put more simply, the capability to stream live video smoothly wasn't quite there -- and users weren't sure what to use it for. All that changed over the past couple of years.

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T-Mobile Binge On May Have Found a Mobile Video Sweet Spot - Telecompetitor

T-Mobile Binge On May Have Found a Mobile Video Sweet Spot - Telecompetitor | Mobile Video Challenges Worldwide | Scoop.it
A Strategy Analytics report on T-Mobile Binge On found that 68% of competitors' customers were interested in unmetered video streaming.
Claude Seyrat's insight:

Mobile users ready to accept limited video streaming quality in exchange for unmetered use?

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Intel strikes landmark deal to make ARM-based chipsets

Intel strikes landmark deal to make ARM-based chipsets | Mobile Video Challenges Worldwide | Scoop.it
Intel and ARM have struck a deal that will see the best of both worlds merged in a single manufacturing process at Intel’s Custom Foundry.
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Will they go back to mobile faster then we thought?

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T-Mobile in Talks to Add Facebook to Binge On

T-Mobile in Talks to Add Facebook to Binge On | Mobile Video Challenges Worldwide | Scoop.it
Claude Seyrat's insight:

Good news and bad news? T-Mobile adds another big video content provider to its nearly 90 video partners. More mobile video streaming - to choose from (good news for mobile end-user) - to deal with (bad news for carriers)?

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