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Glenn LeBrun
Just when you think you understand your world, it gets sideswiped by something you didn’t see coming.  This is true of the impending collision – or convergence – of the telecom and broadcast industries. Having spent the last decade-plus in IP and telecom, ...
Imagine Communications
Broadcast and cable networks, local affiliates, content providers, distributors and other distinguished graduates of this most recent era of the media and entertainment industry, today you embark on a new journey, a yet-to-be-written chapter in the histor ...
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While it has been an annus horribilis for stereo 3D, with cancellations, cut backs and suspensions amongst the world’s broadcasters, it has been a fantastic year for Ultra HD and its 4K flavour in particular. And, with IBC2013 just round the corner, there ...
Charlie Vogt
On March 17, I shared a new vision for our company and industry to our customers, media, analysts and industry notables. The event was held at New York’s Madison Square Garden, a long-time customer. Our industry is facing momentous change, and on that day ...
Charlie Vogt
This month marks my one-year anniversary with Imagine Communications and GatesAir (formerly Harris Broadcast). I wanted to take a moment to reflect on how the company has transformed into the clear industry leader, and specifically our alignment with the ...

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Communications service providers (CSPs) have made substantial investments in video distribution networks based upon solid business models, but nobody could have predicted how radically these models would change in the last few years. These changes, driven mainly by evolving video consumption habits, require CSPs to build media cloud-based service capabilities that can easily adapt to the new multiscreen industry dynamics, thus allowing CSPs to deploy more flexible distribution networks and media offerings while streamlining operations. In this webinar, join the IT industry's iconic media cloud expert – Hewlett Packard Enterprise – and media and entertainment industry leader Imagine Communications for a lively, informative review of how CSPs can launch and monetize new content management and distribution services and create innovative user experiences to attract and retain pay-TV subscribers and accelerate monetization opportunities. This webinar will be hosted by Light Reading's global media expert, Alan Breznick.

Speakers

  • Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading
  • Rashmi Misra, Worldwide Media & Entertainment Leader, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Steve Reynolds, Chief Technology Officer, Imagine Communications
Joe McGarvey, Director of Marketing
OK, easy might be overstating it.  In reality, it’s going to take more than a snap of the fingers to begin shifting all of your video delivery and ad insertion operations to a single, HTTP-based network that uses adaptive bitrate (ABR) technology, a netwo ...
Steve Reynolds, Imagine Communications CTO and AIMS Deputy Chairman
The media and entertainment industry is dealing with disruption on an unprecedented scale. Accelerating technology evolutions, continuously shifting consumption patterns and a rapidly expanding competitive universe headline a barrage of challenges confron ...
Chris Dickinson
Harris Broadcast is playing a lead role in creating a new and unique triple-play platform in Algeria for Hasnaoui Télécom Algérie (HTA), which will launch its first IPTV service as part of a triple-play offering. The versatile new platform will use a turn ...
Chris Dickinson
Parks Associates analysts predict the number of connected TV devices sold worldwide will reach 330 million annually by 2017, almost double the number to be sold in 2013. Average product prices will decline over this time, but annual sales revenues will in ...