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  • Jonathan Broughton | December 02, 2016
    • Netflix has added the ability to download selected titles for offline viewing on smartphones and tablets • Laptops and other browser based streaming devices are currently not included in the roll-out • All users can utilise offline viewing regardless of country or subscription tier • Supported content includes much of Netflix’s original content library, alongside a reduced selection of third party content and films.
  • Kia Ling Teoh, David Scott | November 23, 2016
    The CASBAA Convention 2016 brought together pay TV operators, content creators, OTT providers, advertisers, and regulators in the Asia Pacific to discuss the latest developments in the cable and satellite television broadcasting industry. The key takeaways of the three-day event in Macau were: Pay TV is here to stay but operators are witnessing an increase in consumption of content on devices other than TV screens. There is a need for a holistic measurement of traditional and digital media whilst the importance of data analytics continues to grow. The implementation of programmatic TV in the Asia Pacific is a key challenge. The role of telecommunication companies in the TV ecosystem continues to increase.
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  • David Scott | November 20, 2016
    The Australian Subscription Video-on-Demand (SVoD) market is undergoing a major shake-up as the battle for viewers between pay TV and OTT services heats up.
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    Helen Davis Jayalath has been analyzing the international home entertainment business since 1991 and is widely acknowledged as a leading authority in the field. She led the expansion of IHS’s coverage of the sector from 1994 to 2012, including the development of the online Video Intelligence service which set new standards for market information about the video industry.
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    Richard Cooper heads the IHS video team, and is responsible for the ongoing development of the online Video Intelligence service, including designing, constructing and maintaining the detailed computer models that underpin the IHS video forecasts.

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