This white paper serves as an IPTV primer and also discusses the state of the IPTV market in Canada.
The idea of a Social TV sounds cool but are consumers ready and willing to participate? Social TV refers to applications that allow viewers to interact with their friends online while watching a TV program. The two-way communication networks offered by IPTV (a.k.a Web TV, Internet TV) permit the receiving and sending of data packets. With proper application design and integration, […] Continue reading →
Canada has about 430,000 subscribers on an IPTV service. If you’ve ever wondered what provider offers IPTV where in Canada and how many subscribers they have on their service, here’s is a chart I developed that will give you a great overview: Operator Telus Sasktel MTS Bell & Bell Aliant Solution Optik TV Max Entertainment […] Continue reading →
Changes in the Pay-TV/media industry are taking place at very fast pace all around the world, except in Canada. This change is spurred by the increased availability of online content. Customers in the USA, for example, are obtaining more and more of their content online and watching it on their computer screens or on their TV via a […] Continue reading →