Egencia launches new mobile air booking feature Egencia TripNavigator

first_imgEgencia launches the global availability of mobile features that allow its travellers to shop and book air travel with Egencia TripNavigator. This makes Egencia the first business travel company to build its own mobile app with global air booking capability and unique personalisation features for a faster, more relevant experience. Egencia travellers can now complete flight bookings in a single business travel app that is consistent across all countries and displays both individual and company preferences. This latest development rounds off a series of innovations designed to respond to modern demands for fast, easy travel booking on the go.Egencia President, Rob Greyber stated, “At Egencia we continually invest in global technology that allows us focus on making business travel better. Egencia mobile air booking is unique in how it tailors the experience for each traveller. Whether booking from North America or Europe, our travellers see a curated view of options, quickly leading them to the precise flight that fits their needs.”Constructed into the design of the mobile air booking experience is the unique Egencia vision for personalisation. With integrated global technology, Egencia uses profile and previous usage information from all online and offline channels to pre-populate the flight search form.last_img read more

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Mortgage Rates Sink to 16Month Lows

first_img in Daily Dose, Headlines, News Share Adjustable-Rate Mortgages Bankrate Fixed-Rate Mortgages Freddie Mac Mortgage Rates 2014-10-16 Tory Barringer A drop in Treasury bond yields dragged fixed mortgage rates to their lowest level in more than a year, according to reports.Freddie Mac released Thursday the results of its weekly Primary Mortgage Market Survey, showing the average 30-year fixed interest rate dropping 15 basis points to 3.97 percent (0.5 point) for the week ending October 16. The week’s average marks the lowest level for the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) since the week of June 20, 2013—which also happens to be the last time it averaged below 4 percent.A year ago, the 30-year FRM averaged 4.28 percent, Freddie Mac reported.The 15-year FRM also experienced a significant decline, dropping 12 basis points to an average rate of 3.18 percent (0.5 point).Frank Nothaft, VP and chief economist at Freddie Mac, said the decline in fixed rates stems from a drop in the 10-year Treasury bond yield, which dipped below 2 percent for a period.”Rates are at their lowest levels since June 2013 amidst continued investor skepticism regarding the precarious economic situation in Europe,” Nothaft said.Adjustable rates posted similar declines, with the 5-year hybrid adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) dropping 13 points to an average rate of 2.92 percent (0.5 point). The 1-year ARM posted a more modest decrease, falling 4 basis points to 2.38 percent (0.4 point).Personal finance website Bankrate.com also put out its interest rate measure for the week, reporting even bigger downward swings.According to the site’s national survey, the 30-year fixed average came in at 4.01 percent for the week—a higher average than in Freddie Mac’s survey, but a bigger decline at 17 basis points.The 15-year fixed average was 3.23 percent (down 14 basis points) for the week, while the 5/1 ARM was 3.09 percent (18 basis points), Bankrate reported.”Both bond yields and mortgage rates have dropped sharply as nervous investors have piled into save haven, less volatile investments,” the site said in an analysis. “Worries about slower growth in the global economy have unnerved financial markets in recent weeks, and mortgage shoppers are the happy beneficiaries.”center_img October 16, 2014 455 Views Mortgage Rates Sink to 16-Month Lowslast_img read more

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Jason Shapiro Joins LOGS as Chief Revenue Officer

first_img in Headlines, News, Servicing Chief Revenue Officer Jason Shapiro Law Firm LOGS 2019-01-17 Radhika Ojha Share The LOGS Network announced the appointment of Jason Shapiro Esq. as Chief Revenue Officer. In this role, Shapiro will be responsible for the management and oversight of the national sales, marketing, and business development efforts for all LOGS Network law firms, title companies, and affiliated entities.”It is with great pleasure and personal pride that I am announcing the addition of Jason Shapiro to the LOGS Network executive team,” said Gerry Shapiro, Chairman, LOGS. “As we continue to position our enterprise for the future, it is of paramount importance that we focus on the next generation of our leadership.”Shapiro, along with Kay Schinker (COO), Jaqueline Comeau (Chief Compliance Officer), Jamie Zelvin (General Counsel), and the LOGS partners across the country will form the foundation that carries the LOGS Network forward.”My partner, David Kreisman, and I are proud of what we have accomplished over the last 40 years and are excited to watch our partners and operational leaders carry on the tradition of performance excellence that has been the focal point of our management style and the secret to our success,” Gerry Shapiro said.Most recently, Jason Shapiro served as the President of Title & Abstract and owner of ERA Rising Realty. He previously held senior positions in real estate investment and acquisitions at B2r Finance and Invitation Homes–both Blackstone controlled entities. He will be based in LOGS operations headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida.”The LOGS Network is the largest legal services provider of its kind in the country and has set the standard over the last four decades,” Shapiro said. “I am thrilled to join my father, his partner David, and all the partners and executives across the country in carrying forward our tradition of excellence.”center_img Jason Shapiro Joins LOGS as Chief Revenue Officer January 17, 2019 743 Views last_img read more

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ST JOHNS Mich – A blue plastic duck is all that

first_img ST. JOHNS, Mich. – A blue plastic duck is all that can remain of a Michigan man’s outdoor art installation after a district judge ruled that he must remove thousands of found objects featured in the project because they violate an anti-junk ordinance.Clinton County District Court Judge Michael Clarizio on Wednesday gave artist Robert Park 45 days to remove the items along a pathway on his property, The Lansing State Journal reports . Park must also pay $250 in fines and court costs.Park, 72, spent two years creating “The Blue Loop,” which displays upcycled blue items along a 1,000-foot-long (305-meter) path. A town ordinance that bans the outdoor storage of junk classifies almost all of the pieces in Park’s display as junk. The plastic duck was the only object that didn’t fit the definition of junk.Clarizio said he thought Park was a “talented artist” and that the art installation was “interesting.”“I have to follow what the law says, not what my heart says,” he said.Dave Vincent, the township code enforcement officer, read a complaint from an unnamed neighbour who said the installation “looks like a junkyard.”Park has said that the project is art and a way he expresses himself.“Apparently Bath Township is banning outdoor artwork if one person complains about it,” Park said. “That’s ridiculous to me.”Park’s attorney, William Metros, said he plans to appeal. Metros said Park’s work enhances the area.“What Mr. Park does on a daily basis adds charm, it doesn’t subtract from the charm,” he said.___Information from: Lansing State Journal, http://www.lansingstatejournal.com Michigan man must dismantle art for violating junk ordinance by The Associated Press Posted Nov 2, 2018 9:50 am PDT Last Updated Nov 2, 2018 at 10:21 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img File-This Aug. 30, 2018, file photo shows “The Blue Loop,” a 1,000-foot art installation on Bath Township artist Robert Park’s property. A blue plastic duck is all that can remain of Park’s outdoor art installation after a district judge ruled that he must remove thousands of found objects featured in the project because they violate an anti-junk ordinance. Clinton County District Court Judge Michael Clarizio on Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2018, gave Park 45 days to remove the items along a pathway on his property. Park must also pay $250 in fines and court costs. (Matthew Dae Smith/Lansing State Journal via AP, File) last_img read more

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Cyprus International Business Association appoints first female head

first_imgThe Cyprus International Business Association (CIBA) has appointed Doxia Nikia, director of D.D. Fidelity Associates Ltd, as its new head, making her the first woman to lead the only association representing the international business community in Cyprus.Nikia has been a member of the executive committee since 2007.“She has many years of experience in the international business sector of Cyprus and an excellent understanding of the island’s current economic, fiscal and financial situation. She pledges to bring forth new ideas and a new strategy for the Limassol-based association, so as to enhance not only the profile of Ciba but that of its members as a whole, driving the non-profit entity to the next level,” CIBA said in a statement.The new director replaces Frixos Savvides who held the position for nine years.To thank Savvides for his contribution CIBA has created the honorary position of ex-officio president on the board for him.The association also said it is restructuring to meet the current demands and expectations of its members, as well as to enhance its role as the leading association of international businesses in Cyprus.To help towards that goal, two new vice-presidents have been appointed – Andreas Andreou of Columbia Shipmanagement Ltd and Liudmila Bozhedomova of Areti International Energy LLC.In addition, Chris Koufaris, a member of the CIBA executive committee since 1999, CIBA president between 2002 and 2007 and general secretary of the association since 2012, has announced his retirement.“With the support of the member companies and closer continued co-operation with other organisations and government departments, CIBA’s role is expected to be even more instrumental in being the voice of the whole international business community in Cyprus,” the statement said.  You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Rep Canfield heralds new law to help Michigan families of fallen heroes

first_img05Oct Rep. Canfield heralds new law to help Michigan families of fallen heroes The surviving spouse and children of Michigan public safety officers who die in the line of duty will receive much-needed health care coverage under a new law announced today by state Rep. Edward Canfield, D.O. Rep. Canfield, who first voted on the measure as a member of the House Appropriations Committee, said Public Act 284 of 2016 will aid families who have lost a spouse and parent in the line of duty.“First responders are on the front lines every day helping to protect our neighborhoods and families, and we must do everything we can to ensure their families are protected as well,” said Rep. Canfield, R-Sebewaing. “The new law also gives first responders some peace of mind knowing their family will receive medical care if they don’t make it home. It’s certainly not something any of us want to talk about, but it’s immensely important to have this type of protection in place.”The new law provides state-funded health insurance benefits to the spouse and children of local public safety officers killed in the line of duty. The benefits would be provided for 60 months after the death of the public safety officer.“While it’s important to express support for our first responders, it’s even more important to do something tangible to show how much they are appreciated,” Rep. Canfield said. “I applaud the governor for ultimately signing this important legislation to protect the families of those who put their lives on the line to protect us.”Under the new law, “public safety officer” includes law enforcement officers, both paid and volunteer firefighters, rescue squad members and ambulance crew members. Tags: #SB center_img Categories: Canfield Newslast_img read more

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Rep Canfield celebrates March is Reading Month

first_img Categories: Canfield News 23Mar Rep. Canfield celebrates March is Reading Month State Rep. Edward J. Canfield, D.O. of Sebewaing kicked off his March is Reading Month tour around the Thumb. As part of March is Reading Month the lawmaker visited local schools throughout the community to encourage students’ lifelong interest in reading. “It is always exciting reading to classrooms, just like my wife Cheryl and I have done with our children and grandchildren,” Canfield said. “Encouraging students to read is one of the most important things we can do to prepare them for a bright future.”  March is Reading Month is a national event recognizing the importance of reading for children’s future success and strengthening their social and intellectual development.  Early reading proficiency is a core element for educational achievement in children.last_img read more

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first_imgThe market for TV apps could generate revenues of over US$1.7 billion (€1.3 billion) by 2013, according to a report by In-Stat.In-Stat predicts that US shipments of consumer electronics devices that support TV applications will grow from 14.6 million in 2010 to 83.4 million in 2014 and that there will be a US installed base of 136 million app-supporting devices by that date. It predicts that over 59 million US broadband households will own at least one device that supports TV applications by 2014.“Our primary research shows consumers already have a moderate interest in TV widgets. An innovative web-enabled CE device and service from a company like Google or Apple could truly galvanise the market, much as the iPhone transformed the mobile telephony market,” said In-Stat analyst Keith Nissen.last_img read more

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first_imgRussian broadcaster CTC Media has launched a connected TV service in partnership with Philips.CTC Media will make content from its TV channels CTC, Domashny and Perets as well as on-demand service Videomore available on Philips connected TVs.CTC new media director Anna-Maria Treneva said that CTC believed Smart TV held out the prospect of strong growth in Russia and that CTC Media’s applications had already become established as leading services on other manufacturers’ platforms, with similar results expected from Philips Smart TVs.last_img

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first_imgFinland-based technology company Teleste will use ANGA COM to introduce its DOCSIS Access Hub. Based on data over coax technologies, the access hub is designed for operators to ensure network capacity and quality of service for all subscribers, by extending IP network over the existing coaxial cabling inside apartment buildings.“With the growing popularity of streaming video services like internet TV, consumers today demand very high bandwidth and fibre-level connections to their homes. The challenge for operators is to guarantee customer satisfaction by providing sufficient network capacity to all network subscribers without unwanted service outages. Bringing fibre connections to individual homes would solve the problem, but this is far too expensive to be economically viable in the older apartment buildings throughout Europe,” said Teleste.The firm will use ANGA COM to showcase the Teleste Toolkit – a portfolio of products and services related to the design and build of HFC and broadband networks.The toolkit includes solutions that operators can use to “rationalise their network infrastructure and operations,” said Teleste. New additions to the toolkit that will be demoed include the ACE8 node to complement Intelligent Networks concept, which consists of network equipment that can be auto-adjusted, remotely configured and monitored, and management software that controls all the devices in a cable network. Teleste ACE8 is the first product in the Intelligent Networks concept that will support the upcoming DOCSIS 3.1 requirements.Teleste, together with Asheridge Communications, will also highlight Asheridge BarrIER – new technology that introduces ingress/egress protection into in-home products. The BarrIER technology is designed to stop noise from entering networks with up to 40 dB signal attenuation over the whole spectrum 5-2000 MHz, and is being incorporated into isolators, amplifiers, flyleads, wall-outlets, and any device inside the home that can be accessed by the subscriber.Teleste will be based at stand E19, level 10.2 at ANGA COM.last_img read more

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first_imgTelefónica had 3.6 million pay TV customers globally, up 8% year-on-year, at the end of March, with growth being driven by a recovery in Spain as well as double-digit growth in Latin America.In Spain, Telefónica saw overall growth of 11% in pay TV subscribers. The company ended March with 730,300 TV customers, up 58,000 on the previous quarter.Telefónica added108,000 fibre customers in the quarter, taking its base to 701,000, double the previous year’s figure.The strong performance, along with growth in mobile and fibre, helped slow the rate of decline in the company’s overall domestic revenues. The company posted revenues of €2.992 billion, down 8.2%.In Brazil, Telefónica had 645,000 pay TV customers at the end of March, up 14% year-on-year.In Spanish-speaking America, the operator had 2.2 million pay TV customers, up 16% year-on-year.“We are building a more sustainable growth model leveraged on higher customer satisfaction,” said César Alierta, executive chairman of Telefónica.“The acceleration in the modernisation of our networks is reflected commercially in the evolution of our customer base; contract mobile accesses grew almost double-digit year-on-year underpinned by the acquisition of almost six million smartphone customers, doubling the figure of the first quarter of 2013 while in the fixed business, fibre customer base increased 90% year-on-year. As a result, the value of our customer base has increased due to both the improved ARPU and the higher loyalty, leading to a longer average customer lifetime.”last_img read more

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Telecom Romania the Deutsche Telekomowned operat

first_imgTelecom Romania, the Deutsche Telekom-owned operator formerly known as Romtelecom, has chose Viaccess Orca’s Voyage TV everywhere platform as the basis for its multiscreen TV service.Viacess Orca is the primary system integrator on the project, wich will also integrate technology from Cap Gemini, Friendly Technologies, Broadpeak, Harmonic, Accedo and Zenterio, with the Zenterio operating system served on Kaonmedia’s set-top boxes.Voyage includes Viaccess Orca’s RiGHTv service delivery platform and Compass content discovery platform.Telekom Romania will deliver live TV, video-on-demand and catch-up TV on multiple screens.Telekom Romania is using Viaccess Orca’s platform to unify its various TV offerings, including IPTV, OTT,DTH and cable.“To provide a superior multiscreen service to potentially millions of subscribers across Romania, we needed a TV Everywhere solution that offers unparalleled levels of interactivity and personalization. Unifying the service delivery across different networks by using a single converged system was also important,” said Telekom Romania CEO Nikolai Beckers.last_img read more

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Japanese telco SoftBank has agreed to buy USbased

first_imgJapanese telco SoftBank has agreed to buy US-based DramaFever, a streaming site that offers on-demand access to Asian and Latino drama. Founded in 2009, DramaFever initially focused on offering Korean dramas with English subtitles, later branching out into telenovelas.The site now claims to offer series and films from 70 major broadcasters and studios throughout Asia, Europe and the Americas, with a mission to be “a destination for new cultural experiences through entertainment.”“This is a triumphant day for our content partners who have demonstrated that engaging stories and characters transcend languages and borders,” said DramaFever co-founder and co-CEO Suk Park.“It is also a great day for our viewers, who can continue to expect DramaFever to bring them the best series and movies from around the world. With the support of SoftBank, we will be further empowered to curate the content that our increasingly global audience of young, passionate viewers loves.”SoftBank said it has entered a definitive agreement to buy DramaFever, though terms of the deal were not disclosed.last_img read more

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Gazprom Media the media holding company of the Ru

first_imgGazprom Media, the media holding company of the Russian energy giant, is mulling splitting up pay TV operator NTV+, according to local reports.According to business title Vedomosti, citing unnamed sources, Gazprom Media chairman Mikhail Lesin had commissioned his former deputy, Ruslan Terekbayev, to study options for the future of NTV+ together with consultancy group EY. Terekbayev left the company earlier this month before any action was taken on his plans. Lesin resigned in December, to be replaced by Dmitry Chernyshenko.Terekbayev and EY proposed splitting the pay TV operator into three units, according to Vedomosti – an operator business, a sports production and distribution business and a unit dealing with production and distribution of other content. This would give Gazprom Media the option of selling the non-core operating business and developing content for third party groups, for example.NTV+ is believed to have about 850,000 subscribers and was reported by Spark-Interfax to have turned over RUB9.39 billion last year with a net profit of RUB400 million.last_img read more

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Pay TV operator Canal España has secured the excl

first_imgPay TV operator Canal+ España has secured the exclusive Spanish rights to air coverage of football’s Copa América 2015.Canal+ will air matches from the competition, which takes place in Chile from June 11 to July 4, on the Canal+ Liga channel, with the final also to be aired on Canal+ 1.Canal+ has also secured the rights to next year’s Centenario 2016 competition, which celebrates 100 years of the Copa América and will be held in the US.last_img

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Growing time spent on social networking sites on m

first_imgGrowing time spent on social networking sites on mobile devices will lead to massive expansion of social-mobile video distribution in the next decade, according to The Diffusion Group (TDG).The use of social-mobile networks for video consumption stands at 13 hours a week in the US, according to TDG, accounting for 10% of smartphone use and 14% of total smartphone video time.TDG predicts that social-mobile video use – or SoMo in TDG’s parlance of choice – will rise from 684 million daily viewing minutes in 2016 to 7.4 billion by 2025. As a share of total smartphone video viewing, SoMo Video will grow from 17% in 2016 to 43% in 2025, according to the company.The amount of time consumers spend on all types of screen – including TV, computers, tablets and mobile phones – is now in excess of 50 hours a week, with smartphones growing their share of the total, according to the research from TDG.Smartphone hours per person now stands at 8.6 hours a week, greater than the total 8.2 hours consumers spend watching broadband video. Social networking comprises four hours of weekly screen time, of which 63% is spent using services like Instagram.Joel Espelien, senior analyst with TDG and author of the report, said: “Screen time is shifting towards mobile. Mobile usage is shifting towards social networking apps. And social networking apps are shifting towards video. All the trends are lining up in favour of massive growth in SoMo Video over the next decade.”last_img read more

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Blago Markota Croatias parliament has named Blago

first_imgBlago MarkotaCroatia’s parliament has named Blago Markota as the new acting general manager of public broadcaster HRT.Markota secured a parliamentary vote of 115 deputies, with four voting against and four abstentions.Markota has worked for HRT since 1999, most recently as head of archive and programme content. In the latter role, he worked closely with the EBU to help with the digitisation of public service media archive content in south-eastern Europe.He earlier held roles including marketing director, board member for Croatian Television and adviser to the general manager. He has been a member of the Executive Council of the International Federation of Television Archives for the last two years and has worked with the Croatian ministry of culture to establish new national archive regulations.last_img read more

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TV maker Vizio has agreed to pay US22 million to

first_imgTV maker Vizio has agreed to pay US$2.2 million to settle an FTC lawsuit challenging its collection of TV viewing data without consumers’ knowledge or consent.The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Office of the New Jersey Attorney General charged Vizio with installing software on its TVs to covertly collect viewing data on 11 million consumer TVs.The complaint stated that, starting in 2014, Vizio and an affiliate company manufactured Vizio smart TVs that capture “second-by-second information” about video displayed on the TV – including over-the-air broadcasts, DVDs and content delivered over cable, broadband, set-top box and streaming devices.It also alleged that Vizio added to this ‘automated content recognition’ specific demographic information – such as sex, age, income, marital status, household size, education level, home ownership, and household value.Vizio sold this information to third parties, who used it for various purposes, including targeting advertising to consumers across devices, according to the complaint.The federal court order said that Vizio is required to “prominently disclose and obtain affirmative express consent for its data collection and sharing practices”.“According to the complaint, Vizio touted its ‘smart interactivity’ feature that ‘enables program offers and suggestions’ but failed to inform consumers that the settings also enabled the collection of consumers’ viewing data,” said the FTC in a statement.“The complaint alleges that Vizio’s data tracking – which occurred without viewers’ informed consent – was unfair and deceptive, in violation of the FTC Act and New Jersey consumer protection laws.”Vizio general counsel Jerry Huang said that the resolution it struck with the FTC and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs “sets a new standard for best industry privacy practices” and stressed that Vizio never twinned viewing data with “personally identifiable information” such as name or contact information.“The practices challenged by the government related only to the use of viewing data in the ‘aggregate’ to create summary reports measuring viewing audiences or behaviours,” said Huang.“Today, the FTC has made clear that all smart TV makers should get people’s consent before collecting and sharing television viewing information and Vizio now is leading the way.”Vizio’s US$2.2 million payment consisted of a US$1.5 million payout to the FTC and US$1 million to the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, with $300,000 of that amount suspended.last_img read more

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first_imgTechnology provider Digisoft.tv has released a software-as-a-service casting solution, Playmigo.According to the company the service and technology platform is designed to enable OTT video providers to cast their content to almost any connected TV device without the need to develop and deploy TV apps.Playmigo is launching with support for Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, Samsung Tizen Smart TV and Amazon Fire TV. More devices including game consoles and connected speakers will be added to the service on an on-going basis, without the need to update code on already deployed mobile apps, according to Digisoft.tv.Applications features of the platform include home gateway content redistribution and custom cast receivers for operator-grade set-top boxes.Digisoft.tv CTO John Casey said: “Digisoft has spent many years in the industry, observing the creation of numerous multiscreen platforms, frameworks and bespoke implementations, none of which appear to have solved the problem of cost and maintainability. We see the emergence of the mobile-centric casting model as both an opportunity to innovate in user interaction AND enable a radical reduction in cost and timelines. We believe that Playmigo is the answer for OTT providers who want a big screen solution but don’t want the pain and cost that goes with it.”last_img read more

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ThinkAnalytics has appointed Deluxe Entertainment

first_imgThinkAnalytics has appointed Deluxe Entertainment Services executive, Simon McGrath, as chief operating officer (COO) and senior vice president (SVP) of the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia Pacific regions.Simon McGrathMcGrath has 30 years’ experience in the TV technology sector. He joins from Deluxe Entertainment Services where he was SVP of strategy and business development, prior to which he was European managing director at thePlatform – now Comcast Technology Solutions.McGrath’s has previously also worked as chief marketing officer and commercial director for Europe at SeaChange International and as deputy CEO of On Demand Group until SeaChange acquired the business.“The second golden age of television is being driven by new technologies, particularly artificial intelligence and consumer analytics. As the industry focus shifts to content production, content marketing and understanding the consumer better, ThinkAnalytics is playing a pivotal role in helping operators embrace the same big data that retailers have been doing for years with loyalty schemes and real-time point of sale data,” said McGrath.ThinkAnalytics chairman, Eddie Young, said: “Following a significant increase in new customer wins in the Americas, Europe and Asia, we have bolstered our executive team with the addition of Simon.“Like Gabriel Berger, our recently appointed CEO, Simon brings a deep understanding of technology, business operations and customer engagement. This marks yet another important milestone in ThinkAnalytics’ growth.”ThinkAnalytics announced the appointment of former Vubiquity executive, Gabriel Berger, as CEO last month.last_img read more

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