Veritone continues to see new opportunities for artificial intelligence (AI) – both its own software and platform business offerings, as well as the AI sector overall – and was... More
The 2nd Screen Society was formed in 2012 to advance the creation, production and adoption of content, applications, devices and distribution systems within the greater 2nd Screen Engagement Ecosystem. It has focused its attention on facilitating API and web services between apps, Smart TVs, mobile devices and set top boxes, providing a social, seamless and stimulating consumer experience that harness the power of data and provide visibility and usage information to companies as content is created, marketed, delivered and archived.
Additionally, the Society’s Search/Discovery initiative has advanced the dialogue between video service providers, metadata provides and content creators to create a lean-back video discovery experience. The group is currently focusing on ways that data is furthering distribution and development through information obtained via IoT-enabled devices.
The significant surge in content, as well as the increased number of channels, platforms and devices that content can be viewed on, has created new challenges for media and enterta... More
LAS VEGAS — Cisco Jan. 8 used CES to debut a new DOCSIS licensing plan for cable operator customers using the company’s Converged Broadband Router (cBR-8) platform in order to ... More
Those attending the 2018 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), taking over Las Vegas Jan. 9-12, can expect to see lots of artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality ... More
Large-screen 4K Ultra High-Def (UHD) TVs and artificial intelligence (AI)-driven, voice-controlled speakers were again among the best-selling technology products over the 2017 holi... More
Just ahead of the annual CES trade show, TiVo has unveiled its Next-Gen Platform suite of products for content operators, geared toward helping media companies offer more personali... More
Although a growing number of consumers continue to cut the cord with their traditional TV service providers, many of those who have turned to over-the-top (OTT) services are frustr... More
The tremendous size of much of the data that media and entertainment (M&E) companies are regularly using these days is making it necessary for many of them to change the econom... More