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Integrating Security for N-Screen Delivery

Multi-screen media access still requires services providers to secure the content. Movie and TV show owners expect operators to protect their content...

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Web Video and 2012 “End of the World”

Many fear that web video will be forever relegated to short video clips burdened with latency and poor quality experiences; that it's most...

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Filling the Video Value Gap: The Case for Broadband TV

Consumers are looking for better value from their home entertainment services. While traditional PayTV has long filled this need, its high price and...

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IP Services for Network Operators: An In-depth, Independent Review of 6 Cisco Proposed Services

Nobody questions the central role television plays in home entertainment—and pay TV is the dominant vehicle for television broadcasting in many...

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Deriving New Value from Video Content Libraries

Because high-quality video is so expensive to produce, the ability to monetize and extract value from it, whether at the box office, on TV, in...

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The Little Book of Broadband Video

Why Call it “The Little Book?" The growing confluence of broadband, home networks, and connected devices made it clear that consumers were putting...

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Toward a Quantum Theory of Media

Toward a Quantum Theory of Media

In 2006, TDG's co-founder and president, Michael Greeson, first presented the notion of a quantum theory of media to a group of engineers at TI. In...

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