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VRV, the OTT service catering to “superfans” of anime, animation, comedy, horror, science and technology, have announced the addition of MUBI, an OTT channel featuring top-rated classic films, and the platform availablity of the previously announced science, history, nature, and tech documentary channel CuriosityStream.
The multichannel streaming service for niche genres, VRV, recently celebrated one year online. We talked to VRV GM Arlen Marmel who explained the origins of VRV to Next TV News.
Nielsen Social's weekly Social Content Ratings Top 10 for Sports Events - October 23-29, 2017.
Nielsen Social Content Ratings Weekly Top 10 - Series and Specials, October 23-29, 2017.
At NAB NY 2017's Avid booth, we sat down with R. Alan Hoff, Vice President, Market Solutions at Avid, who explained how Avid is evolving their products to embracing cloud-based production.
We talked to Paul Martin, VP of Engagement, Media and Entertainment at Concurrent during NAB NY 2017, who gave us a background of the company, where and how it is deployed in the current industry, and how it's working to meet the needs of Next TV.
IBM's newly launched Watson Media division had a strong presence at NAB NY 2017 in New York, showcasing examples of their cognitive and artificial Intelligence technologies in applications for media and entertainment companies.
At NAB NY 2017, we sat down with John Shike, from Snell Advanced Media, and discussed their multiplatform production solution called SAM VIBE, and discussed the future of broadcast.
In addition to showing Mediapulse, Xytech's comprehensive operations management system for larger houses and broadcasters,, Xytech's Sky Express was demostrated for nexttv.news at NAB NY 2017.
At NAB NY 2017, we talked cloud-based production and its challenges with T Shobhana, VP and head of Global Marketing and Communications for Prime Focus Technologies.
Nielsen Social's weekly Social Content Ratings Top 10 for Sports Events - October 16-22, 2017.
Just before the launch of his new "LocalBTV" product, we talked to Jim Long at NAB NY 2017 about the current state of "broadcast." He's bearish on what he calls the end of the "second screen era," and believes that the pendulum is swinging once again back to local.