The industry at large is on the verge of some incredible change. In just a few short years, television and technology have converged, really transforming the way we consume our content.
Here at QuickPlay,
While not all QuickPlayers are Toronto Maple Leafs fans, we are a Toronto company. It’s been a long time coming and our long-suffering city donned its blue and white for the Leafs first playoff
It’s no surprise that the way in which we consume content continues to change. The rapid proliferation of devices combined with high adoption rates and an infinite amount of content at our fingertips, has
Today’s OTT TV solutions are driven mostly by on-demand content, but as mobile usage and online video consumption continue to surge forward, a new consideration is beginning to form an important element of next
January and February is always an exciting time of the year with a flood of high profile events one after the other: The Golden Globes, SAG Awards, Super Bowl, Academy Awards and March Madness.
Recent data from Nielsen, Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), and others confirm that our TV viewing habits are
Adi Kishore from Heavy Reading and Derek Bell from QuickPlay hosted a lively webinar for Light Reading entitled “Not Live Enough: Why Maximizing Multiscreen Services With Live TV Is Key to Meeting Customer
While multiscreen TV is a very rapidly growing market, consumer research shows it is missing what the majority of customers want as part of their multiscreen TV service – live linear broadcast. In our
At QuickPlay we have been in training to bring London 2012 live to tablets and smartphones! In 2012 alone, we’ve successfully live-streamed the Super Bowl XLVI, NHL games including the playoffs in HD, IndyCar,
The IP&TV World Forum has recognized AT&T with two IPTV Industry Awards for AT&T U-verse TV. AT&T U-verse TV won the “Best TV App” for the U-verse App for Tablet and “Best Consumer Device”
These stats reveal the accelerating growth of online video consumption and the devices that enable such
Tablet adoption continues to drive consumer demand for mobile video services. A recent European survey by Orange found that close to 40 per cent of European tablet users are watching TV shows on tablets.
Multiscreen video is proving itself to be no passing fancy. We have believed this for a long time and now there are some serious market indicators starting to back us up. So we continue
Toronto is a wonderful city for film lovers. The city hosts numerous film festivals throughout the year, with the crown jewel being the internationally renowned Toronto International Film Festival
We thank Jobs, and Apple’s remarkable engineers and designers, for their visionary work, which has changed the media landscape
Here are three stats that show the impact of smartphones and video consumption on mobile data
While the demand for viewing content on multiple platforms is clear, implementing a multiscreen service carries some significant challenges. As pointed out by Barry Tishgart, VP of Comcast: “the big three risks around offering
During the 2011 Cable Show in Chicago, TV Everywhere was on every attendee’s mind, but not yet available everywhere. At the show it was evident the cable industry was feeling the pain from the