Piracy continues to present a major problem for media and entertainment companies and it’s important that organizations work together in a coordinated effort to fight it globally... 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.
Studio security experts, the heads of the Trusted Partner Network, the top vendors in the entertainment sector, and keynoters with decades of security experience will all converge ... More
The Trusted Partner Network (TPN) — an industry security initiative supported by 28 media and entertainment companies, created by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)... More
Some of the industry’s top security minds will be on hand Dec. 5 at the Content Delivery & Security Association’s (CDSA) annual Content Protection Summit (CPS) in Marina de... More
The deputy mayor of the city of Los Angeles, the director of the Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) and a legal head with the Motion Picture Association of America (MPA... More
Here’s a run-down of recent second screen-related entertainment items, via Berlin-based research and consulting company Vast Media. • For the comedy series “People Just Do... More
NEW YORK — Now that TV audiences are no longer stuck on their couches to watch television shows and can instead watch video content wherever they want, whenever they want and on ... More
NEW YORK – Amid ongoing major changes that have taken place across the TV industry, broadcasters and other media companies, as well as technology companies, are continuing their ... More