How is big data transforming the broadcast industry?

| February 22, 2018

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During the past several years, the television industry has changed dramatically, spurred by device proliferation, changing distribution methods, and the increasing popularity of social media.Today, TV is everywhere. It’s on your phone, your tablet, your gaming console and someday will be on devices that are yet to be invented. It’s non-linear, time-shifted, multi-screen, and it’s creating new streams of digital data that were unimaginable even a few short years ago.

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With 26 cinemas in Paris and Spain, mk2 is the first art-and-test circuit in France and Cine / Sur the first network of Andalusia. Thought as places of life, its rooms in France integrate for more than 40 years of meeting and consumption areas: restaurants, cafes, stores. Since 2014, mk2 has developed its programming know-how in Spain, which combines auteur cinema, mainstream films and cultural events. Together, the two networks of mk2 cinemas welcome more than 8 million spectators each year.

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With 26 cinemas in Paris and Spain, mk2 is the first art-and-test circuit in France and Cine / Sur the first network of Andalusia. Thought as places of life, its rooms in France integrate for more than 40 years of meeting and consumption areas: restaurants, cafes, stores. Since 2014, mk2 has developed its programming know-how in Spain, which combines auteur cinema, mainstream films and cultural events. Together, the two networks of mk2 cinemas welcome more than 8 million spectators each year.

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