Everything Changes with 4K

Published in Business

 It's not just a case of 4K changing the way we produce and watch video, it is also turning the established model of the way new technology is introduced to the industry completely on its head.

Netflix to Spend $3bn on Content in 2014

Published in Studio & Broadcast

Netflix have just published their annual report and have laid out their plans for the year, including spending nearly $3bn on programming and further expansion into Europe

House of Cards Season Two Trailer in 4K

Published in Studio & Broadcast

Netflix will release season two of their hit political drama "House of Cards" on February 14th. You can watch trailer now on YouTube, with the option to see it in 4K (if you have the hardware).

Roku 4 brings 4K streaming for $129 into your living room

Published in Business

With the imminently released fourth gen Apple TV deciding to eschew 4K compatibility, erstwhile rival Roku is making a play for the resolution high ground with the new 4K-capable Roku 4.

Netflix speeds up - to 4K?

Published in Technology & Computing

Using new technology from EyeIO, Netflix is poised to offer better quality with less bandwidth. Where's this all leading?

Remember the long-rumoured Apple television set? According to reports, it looks like Cupertino’s equally long-rumoured live TV streaming service is heading towards the same vapourware graveyard.

Netflix’ own speed test website is fascinating

Published in IP Video

One of the main reasons people want a fast internet connection is to be able to download and stream video content. Measuring their speed from Netflix’ own servers is, therefore, a bit of a draw.

10 reasons why 2014 will be the Year of 4K

Published in Business

4K has been on the mind of producers, cinematographers, editors and other pros for some time now. But 2014 will be the year it breaks wide for video professionals and consumers alike, and here’s why

Netflix lowers resolution to improve quality

Published in Technology & Computing

It is one of those counter-intuitive sounding things, but Netflix has a new plan for making sure that its video content hits your monitor in the best condition possible, even if that means lower resolution.

 Broadband speed will be the most important factor in watching video at home. Following in the steps of Netflix, which has maintained an independent rating of ISP speeds for some while now, Google’s own Video Quality Report has just been rolled out to the US. 

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