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8 July 2013 by admin
Following the announcement that ESPN 3D is to close, the BBC last week also announced it was suspending its 3D programming due to a “lack of public appetite” for the technology. Kim Shillinglaw, the BBC’s head of 3D, told the Radio Times magazine in an interview that viewing figures were...
7 July 2013 by admin
/*-->*/ Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations (IPBS), a consortium of eight PBS TV stations and nine NPR radio stations serving communities across Indiana in the US, has created a high-bandwidth fibre and IP video network for sharing content. /*-->*/ The new cost-efficient network, gives the...
5 July 2013 by admin
VIDEO: A panel of leading technologists including Richard Salmon, Lead Research Engineer at the BBC and David Crawford from the University of Essex, discussed the implications of the moves to 4K at a seminar organised by trade body IABM in June. Also on the panel were Alan Bright, Director of...
5 July 2013 by admin
/*-->*/ A survey of viewing habits in the UK points to the growing use of catch-up and VOD (Video On Demand) television services in western economies. The use of catch-up or VOD such as BBC iPlayer and ITV Player now accounts for a fifth of the UK’s TV viewing, according to the first-ever YouView...