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What is Connected Broadcasting?
Connected Broadcasting is an innovative vision on the future of broadcasting.
Given the exponential growth of connected devices, from smart phones to tablets and connected TVs, consumers now expect seamless, uninterrupted, broadcast quality content anywhere and anytime. But the question remains; how can broadcasters meet their responsibility to provide and deliver this content?
To help our clients respond to this complex challenge, we are embarking on a 12 month industry-wide programme of discovery into the future of broadcasting. The study, commissioned by Arqiva and conducted by Decipher, the media strategy and research company, will explore changing consumer demands, the new technological landscape, and will seek to clarify the needs and expectations of media businesses through a series of research, interviews, events and white papers.
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