Harmonic Insight

Learn How to Reach New Audiences with a Skinny Bundle

Have you heard of a skinny bundle? Does it seem like something you could be interested to package the right content for the right customer? We have a solution that’s perfect for reaching new audiences. Our VOS®360 video SaaS facilitates the process of creating a new package of assets that speak to your potential prospects….


3 Slimmed-Down Characteristics of Skinny Bundles


In the pay-TV space, skinny bundles are popping up everywhere. Wherever you look there seems to be a new skinny bundle offering that’s so enticing, it makes you want to subscribe. So, what’s the deal with skinny bundles, and why are they becoming the norm? Skinny bundles are slim. Cable operators and service providers have…


Video SaaS: The Smarter, Faster and Simpler Approach to Video Streaming

Harmonic Video Saas: Smarter, Faster, Simper

The media and broadcast industries are evolving at a rapid pace. Consumers are demanding higher quality experiences on an ever-expanding number of screen types. Operators want to satiate those demands, driving better-quality video experience on every device while at the same time increasing their flexibility and monetization. Through cloud-native and video SaaS solutions operators can…


NASA Content is Now Available in HDR Powered by Harmonic and Partners

HDR is still in its relative infancy in our industry, in terms of real-world deployments. Yet, a group of trailblazers that includes NASA, Harmonic, Accedo, and CenturyLink are changing that storyline. Working together, we are putting HDR technology into action and bringing amazing video from space — via the new UHD HDR channel featuring content…


3 Reasons SaaS is Perfect for Your Temporary OTT Services

Watching your next OTT sports channel

Media processing software as a service (SaaS) makes it much easier for video content and service providers to address the growing consumer demand for video anytime, anywhere, on any screen. Thanks to SaaS, providers gain flexibility, scalability, and agility in their video operations. As well as, the possibility to launch temporary OTT channels in a…


5 Best Practices for UHD HDR Production


UHD HDR is setting a new standard for high-quality video experiences. ABI Research forecasts that HDR TV shipments will grow at a 41 percent CAGR and reach 245 million units in 2022. Once there are millions of HDR TV sets in homes, there’s no question that HDR content is going to be in high demand. As…


Cloud is the Perfect Disaster Recovery Solution for Live Sports Events

Blackout screen during a match.

Can you name a single live television show that has the same power of drawing people together like sports events? When a major sports tournament takes place, billions of viewers across the world are watching intently on their TVs, PCs, smartphones and tablets. OTT streaming is ubiquitous today, and it has opened up a whole…


World Soccer Tournament Broadcasts Set the Stage for Ultra HD and HDR Deployments

Football Championship Photo

It’s a wrap. The world’s largest soccer tournament recently concluded in Russia, with France earning bragging rights for the next four years as the reigning football champions. In the broadcast industry — the biggest story during tournament coverage was Ultra HD (UHD) and High Dynamic Range (HDR). UHD HDR is more than hype. It’s the…


Eurosport’s Successful Recipe for Live UHD during Roland Garros


During the 2018 Roland Garros, Eurosport, the number one sports destination in Europe, wanted to step up its game. Specifically, Eurosport wanted to deliver live UHD coverage of the tennis tournament, held May 21 to June 10 in Paris, in UHD. To make this happen, Eurosport chose Harmonic. Relying on Harmonic’s UHD solution during the…


A Good Start of the Year for UHD HDR

UHD tennis

2018 is proving to be a successful year for Ultra HD (UHD) HDR. Recently, DIRECTV announced it will broadcast National Hockey League and National Basketball Association games throughout 2018 in UHD HDR, in addition to its DIRECTV Now streaming service supporting 4K and HDR in the future. We know that pristine resolutions are in high…