home.aspx
 
EVENTS

Digital Entertainment Asia Forum
DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT ASIA FORUM
June 24-25, 2019
The outlets and opportunities to bring entertainment to the world have never been wider or more vibrant. You're the people who bring music, film, great TV, immersive games and amazing events to people all over Asia, and this is your conclave. Monetising content, the attention economy, the boom i...

49th Annual 2019 Entertainment Industry Conference
49TH ANNUAL 2019 ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY CONFERENCE
June 25-25, 2019
The 49th annual Entertainment Industry Conference continues to provide CPAs, business managers, attorneys, CFOs and controllers with insights and practical advice for handling entertainment business issues. Learn about critical legislative and regulatory developments, as well get up to speed on othe...

Fairfax Media


Fairfax Media Limited [ASX:FXJ] is an innovative and digitally progressive media company in Australia and New Zealand - the trusted voice informing, engaging and entertaining audiences and communities via newspapers, websites, radio stations, events and dynamic digital venues. Fairfax operates several broadly-based services businesses spanning marketing, property, entertainment and beyond. Fairfax’s independent journalism and quality content has been keeping people informed and connected for more than 185 years. Business divisions include Australian Metro Publishing, Australian Community Media, Digital Ventures, Stuff (Fairfax New Zealand) and Fairfax Events & Entertainment.

RELATED NEWS


When it comes to flashy augmented reality (AR) glasses for consumers, all eyes are on two companies these days: Magic Leap, which released its Magic Leap One developer headset last summer, and Apple, which is reportedly getting ready to unveil an AR device next year.One company that isn’t getting quite as much attention, despite having worked in AR for years, is Microsoft. That’s largely due to the fact that Microsoft’s Hololens headset has been positioned as an enterprise devi...

READ MORE

Charter has been busy updating its own video service platform and user experience, but the company admitted that doesn’t mean it’s not considering licensing Comcast’s X1.Charter CEO Tom Rutledge said during today’s earnings call that his company is “down the road” with its own user interface, but Charter has had discussions with Comcast about licensing X1 and Comcast’s new IP video platform. Other U.S. cable operators like Cox already deploy a white-labe...

READ MORE

Intel and ESL announced today that they have extended their partnership, which will result in $100 million invested in esports initiatives through 2021.The two companies have been working together on gaming competitions for 18 years, which they call the longest partnership in esports. The $100 million will go to developing technology and creating new events and tournaments.“ESL and Intel have worked side by side on growing esports for nearly two decades,” said Ralf Reichert, founder ...
VENTUREBEAT
READ MORE

Another streaming service has launched hoping to take a share of the growing market in Australia.iwonder is a documentary-focused service that will charge $6.99 per month or $69.99 for an annual subscription. In addition to Australia, it will also launch in New Zealand and Singapore this week.It will have over 1000 titles on its platforms by the end of the month — some of the titles include classics such as Hoop Dreams, Super Size Me, Not Quite Hollywood, Kurt & Courtney and Jesus Camp...

READ MORE

India’s crowded video streaming space will soon have a new entrant: Flipkart. The Walmart-owned ecommerce company said today that it is working to launch an OTT service in the country.Flipkart said it would partner with existing industry players to load up on content for the yet-to-be-named video streaming service. In a televised interview with Indian daily ET Now, Flipkart CEO Kalyan Krishnamurthy explained, “We are not a content company as a DNA.” When asked about a timeline ...
VENTUREBEAT
READ MORE

ComScore is partnering with Vizio subsidiary Inscape to add smart TV viewership data to its TV measurement platform. Inscape provides opt-in automatic content recognition (ACR) TV viewing data in the U.S. ComScore intends to use Inscape’s data in its ad effectiveness studies built so clients can better see the extent to which their campaigns met ROI objectives, including purchase behavior and tune-in. "Media fragmentation continues to be a challenge for marketers who are seeking ways ...
FIERCEVIDEO
READ MORE

EVENTS

49th Annual 2019 Entertainment Industry Conference
49TH ANNUAL 2019 ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY CONFERENCE
June 25-25, 2019
The 49th annual Entertainment Industry Conference continues to provide CPAs, business managers, attorneys, CFOs and controllers with insights and practical advice for handling entertainment business issues. Learn about critical legislative and regulatory developments, as well get up to speed on othe...

Digital Entertainment Asia Forum
DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT ASIA FORUM
June 24-25, 2019
The outlets and opportunities to bring entertainment to the world have never been wider or more vibrant. You're the people who bring music, film, great TV, immersive games and amazing events to people all over Asia, and this is your conclave. Monetising content, the attention economy, the boom i...