The Delta variant hit the world in a wave, which, sadly, has prolonged the pandemic and led to NAB being called off for the second year in a row. On a happier note, this year did have a silver lining of some sort.
The increasing use of mobile devices has resulted in video being the most powerful way to reach the targeted audience. Cementing this fact is the study done by Cisco that states, by 2023 video will make up for more than 82% of all consumer internet traffic. Adding further to the growth of videos for storytelling, …
Are you someone who loves to binge-watch foreign movies and shows? If the answer is yes, then you must be aware of the terms closed captions and subtitles. However, have you ever thought if closed captions and subtitles are the same? For most people, captions and subtitles are similar;
Studies indicate that by 2023, the video will make up more than 82% of all consumer internet traffic. Keeping up with this trend, an analysis by Verizon Media found that 80% of the people who use captions aren’t deaf or hard of hearing. It further states that 80% of people are more likely to watch an entire video
In the past couple of years, consumers’ insatiable and growing demand has increased content consumption over streaming media. We have witnessed a barrage of new players launching streaming services into the market. Recent examples include the launch of Quibi