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Don’t change the channel: TV in all its forms is key to reaching your...

Marketers need to spend less time planning and buying across markets, less time creating a different campaign for each market, and more time and money optimising and tailoring campaigns. EBX (European Broadcaster Exchange) believes it can help them, providing an automated and data-driven way to plan, buy and sell online video campaigns, at scale, across Europe.

Ultra HD Forum guidelines give operators baseline for migration towards attractive UHD services

The initial Guidelines from the Ultra HD Forum were delivered in time to help media companies bring broadcast and streaming UHD services to market this year. This constrained the technology choices. Future versions of the Guidelines will go beyond 10 bits for colour, include additional versions of HDR, address High Frame Rate and support the full scope of Next Generation Audio.

Ultra HD Forum brings out watermarking guidelines for IBC

Ultra HDTV will bring the best viewing experience possible to consumers, with unmatched video quality and greatly improved audio quality coming soon. However producing...

Ultra HD Forum acknowledges challenge of moving target for interoperability

The ultimate goal of the Ultra HD Forum is to make all components of the delivery infrastructure as readily interoperable as possible, both to...

HDR stars at IBC 2016 with first commercial products supporting Ultra HD Forum guidelines

Publication of the Ultra HD Forum’s Phase A guidelines in April 2016 appears to have galvanized the industry and visitors to IBC will see demos of products that are compliant with the guidelines in various relevant categories, including capture, HDR colour grading, encoding/decoding and display. The Ultra HD Forum anticipates that standards organisations like DVB and ATSC will use the show to indicate how they will handle the guidelines.

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