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The Complete UHD Guidebook – A Reference Tool for Next-Generational Video

Ultra-HD: Where from Here? Ultra-High-Definition (UHD) represents the next big step in the evolution of video recording, processing, and display...

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Optimizing Audio and Video for The Age of Multi-Screen Delivery

TDG is proud to introduce the inaugural issue of the Dolby Innovation Series, a multi-phase project focused on improving the quality of today's...

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Present as Prologue: The Future of TV is Now

Ten years ago, TDG started with a credit card, an invincible work ethic, and a very high standard as to what a modern research and consulting firm...

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“The Rise of the Rest” and the Future of TV Viewing

A number of new video sources have emerged from outside the legacy TV industry, and they do not play by the old-school rules. This is a game changer...

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The Challenges of a Maturing Netflix

When Netflix first launched as an innovative DVD-by mail subscription service in 1998, it would have been difficult to imagine 15 years later that it...

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Ten Characteristics of the Impending ‘App TV Ecosystem’

The future of TV is an app. This future is already here on smartphones and tablets, and there is good reason to believe this future will extend to...

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Why TV Everywhere Is Less Than Half There

As we reported in early June 2013, four years after first announced, the cable industry’s ‘TV Everywhere’ (TVE) initiative is less than half...

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Three Key Trends Transforming TV Entertainment in Today’s Broadband Home

The second screen phenomenon is here… and it's changing the way your viewers interact with entertainment. 45% of adult broadband users own a tablet...

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Bringing Multiscreen Live/Live Linear Programming to Operator ‘TV Everywhere’

More than eight in ten adult broadband users now watch online video of some sort. This is good news for both OTT providers as well for integrated...

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Examining the Trend: From IPTV to Broadband Pay-TV

What does an operator do when its Telco TV service is struggling to make money yet the company still sees a viable opportunity for its TV services...

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