From the World Cup to the Queen's funeral, TV can still catch the attention of the masses. TVBEurope hears from a number of key industry executives as they analyse the trends that are reshaping how we produce, distribute and watch TV.
Since 1996, when the UN General Assembly declared November 21st as World Television Day to mark the impact the TV had in our decision-making, the concept of television has changed drastically.
Today, although it still plays an important role in our lives, the television is no longer synonymous with a box with a screen for families to gather around. From OTT platforms to linear FAST channels, mobile devices to traditional TV sets, online to 5G to AI, when we say we’re watching TV it can mean many different things. Industry executives review the events of the past year which proved that the TV can still catch the attention of masses – from the Queen’s funeral to the war in Ukraine – while analysing the trends that are reshaping how we produce, distribute and watch these events.
Content creation tools to catch up with demand
From local meetings to national news, the world’s consumption of video continues to grow, driven by our ability to access and view content on any platform, across any device, and at any time.
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