The Pay-TV Service Provider’s Guide to 2019 Success - Part 2
This is the second and final installment of our 2019 trends blog series addressing the topics that will be most relevant to the pay-TV market in in the coming year.
The Pay-TV Service Provider’s Guide to 2019 Success - Part 1
In this special blog series, we introduce the top trends, topics and considerations that pay-TV service providers need to address as they move into 2019.
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IDEMIA and Kudelski Group Launch Global Partnership to Simplify IoT Connectivity and Security
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What does the future hold for pay-TV in Asia?
From shifting consumer behaviour to the rapidly evolving threat of piracy, pay-TV operators across Asia have been forced into a radical top-down rethink of their business models recently.
The many benefits AI can bring to pay TV
While opinions vary on the impact and possible applications of AI for the industry, executives agree that there’s never been a more critical time for service providers to review their data and analytics strategies.
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To what extent can we trust algorithmic decisions
At a time when humans are becoming more reliant on AI - for instance  mobile phones speech recognition, real-time speech translation, computer vision in self-driving cars — trust and transparency have become key issues to be addressed.
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NAGRA extends content protection partnership with kbro in Taiwan for 4K Ultra HD and Android TV pay-TV service
Taiwan’s leading MSO adopts NAGRA Connect content protection solution to secure 4K Ultra HD content over hybrid cable and OTT network. NAGRA to secure operator’s 4K Android TV deployment in early 2019.
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CES 2019: NAGRA’s Smartly Digital Strategies You Might Have Missed
If you were not able to attend this year’s show, here are the top takeaways you need to know.
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How to Stop Piracy and Protect Latin America’s Geniuses
In the world’s most violent and unequal region, piracy is often dismissed as a victimless, even justifiable crime. Stealing a cable TV signal, or buying a knock-off soccer jersey, is perceived as a problem for large, wealthy companies. AQ special report shows, the problem is far more complicated - and insidious.