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Route one: The growth of direct to consumer streaming
15 September 2017

Route one: The growth of direct to consumer streaming

If an article from UK newspaper The Daily Telegraph is accurate, the number of subscribers joining Netflix is stagnating in the UK. It reports that the media company’s UK audience has plateaued at 6.1 million, compared to an estimated 8 million at arch rival Amazon Prime. Whilst the unreleased data cited in the article doesn’t…

Quiptel at IBC 2017
14 September 2017

Quiptel at IBC 2017

The IBC 2017 (International Broadcast Convention) Exhibition begins tomorrow at the RAI convention centre in Amsterdam with the doors to the exhibition halls opening at 10.30am. More than 55,000 attendees and over 1,600 exhibitors are anticipated between 14th and 18th September, including members of our own Quiptel team. Now in its 50th Year, IBC remains…

A look ahead to IBC with Quiptel
7 September 2017

A look ahead to IBC with Quiptel

It’s that time of year again, that so many of us in the industry look forward to, meeting familiar and new faces, discussing the year gone by, and most importantly what’s to come. Both Sandip Sarda, Quiptel’s CEO and Geof Todd, VP Sales will be in Amsterdam next week discussing the business impact of Q-Flow…

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30 August 2017

Overcoming the pirates of Game of Thrones

Creators and content owners around the world would have flinched at hearing the recent news that HBO’s latest series of Game of Thrones had been pirated more than 90 million times. According to analysis firm Muso, this makes it one of the most illegally watched pieces of content ever. This certainly isn’t an accolade the…