The Media Blog – 2016-06

How data can reinvigorate MSO-consumer relations (pt.2) - Ericsson

June, 23 2016 by Solomon Israel
During the recent INTX conference, Neil Katz, Vice President and Editor-in-Chief, The Weather Channel, argued the advertising industry isn’t ready ...

How data can reinvigorate MSO-consumer relations (pt.1) - Ericsson

June, 20 2016 by Solomon Israel
One of the industry’s biggest challenges today is finding new ways to present content to the consumer. The internet age of TV is a time where immer...

The hybrid media/mobile broadband opportunity (pt.2) - Ericsson

June, 16 2016 by Gordon Castle
Over the next few years there are going to be huge shifts in the way we reach mobile devices. There is now higher growth in mobile video compared t...

The hybrid media/mobile broadband opportunity (pt.1) - Ericsson

June, 15 2016 by Gordon Castle
If we look across the fragmented TV and media landscape today, we can see there has been a marked change in consumer behavior. According to Ericsso...

Next TV Summit 2016: Transforming the TV viewing experience - Ericsson

June, 13 2016 by Shiva Patibanda
Next Wednesday, June 15 marks the fourth annual Next TV Summit & Expo, an event which brings together leading figures and executives from the telev...

Media Industry - Future of Pay TV in an OTT landscape pt.2 - Ericsson

June, 09 2016 by Simon Frost
Earlier this year, Parks Associates published a study highlighting that the number of paid OTT video subscriptions in Europe is still lagging behin...

Media Industry - Future of pay-TV in an OTT landscape pt.1 - Ericsson

June, 08 2016 by Simon Frost
In order to not only survive, but also thrive in the future internet era of TV, the industry must evolve and adapt to the market disruption that we...

Video dominates mobile experience - Ericsson

June, 01 2016 by Simon Frost
Earlier today we published the June 2016 Ericsson Mobility Report, our biannual research into data traffic measurements and market trends. Look acr...
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