Interview about ‘Disruptive innovation and video-over-mobile’, delivered at London TV Connect – 2014
As video on tablet becomes primary, VOD and TV apps must update rapidly. The artificial separation between “Live TV’ and “VOD” apps is an outdated argument. Iris takes us through a typical user journey to make his point.
A TV-related app that offers a well-balanced implantation of personalization and recommendations will generate usage and increase revenues. Iris Yuster details some tips for us.
Accelerating Innovation with APIs: Social TV case study at Orange
Below is a short interview I completed about Social TV with Natan Edelsburg from Lost Remote. It gives a few insights … More
I stole this ticklish title from Ogilvie Entertainment futurist presentation ‘The end of TV as we know it’, a nice … More
Lecture at Connected TV Summit 2012: TV viewing unfolds a myriad of habits Social TV is a game changer Social … More
I will be speaking at Connected TV Summit next Wednesday about “Orange’s ‘Blended TV’ and the impact of ‘social’ in … More
What is the future of Smart TV? How to create a luminous design that will enlighten TV experience across devices, … More
I will be speaking within the stream “Social TV & The New UI” at the IP&TV World Forum 2012 event, … More
In this second part of the conversation (part I), Ben Schwarz, CEO, CTOi Consulting, and Nicolas Bry, Senior VP, Orange … More
Benjamin Schwarz is an old friend since the early days of IPTV in 2004, and also one of the best … More
Innovation has become a cultural object In our society, innovation has become a cultural achievement: addressing consumers in-depth expectations, it echoes … More
The rising gap between exploration and development Though innovation is supposed to process along the “rugby approach” defined by Professor Nonaka, innovation in … More
Will Smart TV be the same revolution that Smart Phone was for the mobile handset? Is it more an incremental … More