Convergence is likely to be a key area driving future innovation in IPTV, where all types of devices, including mobile devices will be combined into one interactive platform to deliver video content over an all-IP infrastructure. The great potential of IPTV to mix, match and combine services on the fly, based on user preferences, will continue to shape the future of IPTV, offering greater interactivity and the ability to display content across various platforms.
ASIA PACIFIC BROADCASTING （August 2010）
3. TAPELESS WORKFLOW : THE LESSONS LEARNED
Tapeless is the way television production is going. As file-based workflows become more commonplace in the UK TV industry, this article examines the early adoptors to find out whether the transition to tapeless has been worth the investment. The biggest change in programme-making over the past few years has been the rapid incorporation of file-based cameras into a wider range of productions.
BROADCAST （August 6, 2010）
5. REGULATING SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING
In the UK, iMarketing messages that appear on company websites and social media services such as Facebook and Twitter are to be subject to the same regulations as adverts that appear on television, newspapers or other media. Under the new rules, which will come into effect on 1 March next year, the Advertising Standards Authority will have the ability to demand the removal of paid-for links to pages hosting a banner ad. It will also be able to place its own online ads highlighting an advertiser's continued refusal to comply with one of its rulings.
GUARDIAN （September 1, 2010）
6. THE TRANSITION TO DIGITAL TV
An examination on the reasons behind the move from analogue to digital, and a whole range of other issues facing television broadcasters. Case studies in Canada show where they stand in just one year left before the country's analogue switch-off.
BROADCAST DIALOGUE （September 1, 2010）