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The Storm Around beoutQ

Broadcast piracy: Frame 25 looks at the storm surrounding beoutQ – an issue ‘of paramount importance that warrants action by the United States

Sports broadcast rights: who holds the cards?

Traditional broadcasters owning the rights to show the world’s biggest sporting competitions is no longer the primary model. So what’s taking it place?

Cyber Crime in the Broadcast and Entertainment Industries

Security in content management has leapt to the top of the broadcast industry’s agenda in the wake of the WannaCry ransomware attack. Read the full story.

In The Frame – Prime Focus Technologies – How will Brexit change broadcaster’s business models?

We sit down with Prime Focus to discuss how Brexit is likely to change the way content owners and technology partners access resource and deliver content.

How will Brexit affect the British broadcast industry?

How will Brexit affect the British broadcast industry? A few short weeks since the UK’s EU referendum, Frame 25 asks what’s in store for the UK industry.

Live video streaming by ‘Periscope Pirates’ threatens broadcast rights

Live video streaming of huge entertainment events via the disruptive Periscope app is giving broadcasters, producers and promoters a major new headache.