Consumers want content on multiple devices.
A shift in media formats has led to a sea-change in ingest technology
A look at some of the most high-profile recording disasters.
What content are consumers willing to pay for online?
Nissan's latest TVC showcases the capabilities of Flame and Maya.
How du and Etisalat are laying the path for media convergence.
DPme.com's rough and ready guide to underwater still photography.
Tony Blair called it the "new industrial revolution" while co-founder of CNN Robert Wussler hailed it "the third broadcasting revolution". Now, one burst bubble later, has the public already grown bored with the 'second coming' of the internet? John Parnell investigates.
Shooting in 4K has recently become fashionable but it can be costly and impractical in post, writes Adrian Pennington.
One year after the US$120m acquisition of exclusive Middle East broadcast rights for the English Premier League (EPL), pay TV operator Showtime Arabia has kicked off its second season of coverage of the world's most watched football league. Digital Broadcast looks at how the deal has affected the company on and off the box.
The fifth Arab Advisors Media and Telecoms Convergence Conference concluded in Jordan last month, with key stakeholders agreeing to collaborate on key media and telecommunications convergence projects.
WiMAX technology could offer traditional broadcasters a cost-effective route to developing mobile TV services, write Filip Gluszak and David Richardson.
Having established Google Search as the world's most popular online search engine, Google is setting its sights on becoming one of the world's most powerful - and profitable - media companies.
Statistics showed that CABSAT enjoyed a 10% increase in visitor numbers and 30% more exhibitor space than last year. In this wrap-up, we take a look at some of the other factors that also indicated how the show was a reflection of the rapid growth in the Middle East broadcast industry.
With digital signage networks playing an increasingly important role in public places, content acquisition should be the top priority for digital signage operators.
Abu Dhabi Grand Mosque has invested $4mn in a content acquisition and media playout solution.
A new Dubai-based media consultancy is looking to bring big money deals to the Middle East.