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  • Interview with Kent Steffen, President of Global Content Strategy at CSG International on November 11, 2016

    When Netflix announced it had added 400,000 US subscribers and more than 3.2 million globally in Q3, it put its success down to original content. Sam Andrews talks to Kent Steffen, Global OTT Business at on-demand services supplier CSG International, about why original content is key for streaming services in capturing today’s audiences.

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  • By Kent Steffen, President of Global Content Strategy at CSG International on October 21, 2016

  • By Richard Ullenius, Vice President of Managed Services at CSG International on October 21, 2016

    I’ve spent the last several years with Communications Service Providers (CSPs) around the globe, talking about digital transformation. In particular, how to align internal teams, processes and systems to more efficiently support today’s business, while also paving the way to make the roll-out of new digital services faster and easier. 

  • By Brian Shepard, Executive Vice President and President, Global Broadband, Cable and Satellite Business at CSG International on September 2, 2016

  • By Bruce O'Neel, Vice President Total Rewards and HR Operations at CSG International on September 1, 2016

    When people are considering joining a new company, they often try to negotiate more vacation time or more time to spend with family after the birth/adoption of a child. Because of this, many progressive U.S. employers have started to make these policies part of their standard benefits packages.

  • By Chad Dunavant, VP of Product Management, CSG International on August 29, 2016

    Today’s consumers have more options than ever when it comes to content viewing. The rise of streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu has ushered in new digital era where consumers can have instant, on-the-go access to their favorite shows.

    As the popularity of these a la carte viewing options has increased, many have speculated about the future of the traditional cable bundle. Buzz-worthy headlines about the

  • by Kent Steffen, president of global content strategy, CSG International

    As part of my daily job, I strategize with media and entertainment companies around the world about how to offer video content in ways that keep consumers engaged. So you can imagine how my mind goes into overdrive when I watch great video content like the Olympics, and think about the possibilities of what it will be like to watch the Olympics in the future.

  • by John Eggerton

    The National Cable & Telecommunications Association's rebranding of its annual show to "Internet" and "television" was clearly the right way to go if a new survey has it right.

    According to just-released findings, 80% of video streamers subscribe to at least one streaming service in addition to, or instead of, a pay TV service from a cable, satellite or IPTV company.

    The survey, commissioned by CSG International, which helps companies set up and cash in on online distribution

  • On May 17, EMarketing reports, Streaming Services Signal the Downfall of DVDs in the UK." Similarly, in the USA, video stores are giving way to streaming services. For example, On May 17, the Burnett Times reports the closing of a video store because streaming video is the preferred platform for many today for home entertainment. As streaming technologies and services are proliferating there are also efforts to streamline them. For example, CED, on May 17, studies the question, "As consumer


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