Category: OTT

Set Yourself Up for Success in the OTT Video Environment

The video streaming landscape is changing. OTT consumption is growing, technology is evolving, and new service offerings are frequently available. There are currently more than 220 OTT video services, according to Parks Associates. How many do you think there will be in one, three or five years’ time? And how can you stand out from…

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Is CMAF the Saving Grace for Live Sports Streaming?

At the recent SportsPro OTT Summit in Madrid, a poll of the audience was conducted to determine the biggest challenge of OTT service delivery. Latency ranked second, and it is an especially pertinent issue for live sports events. If you want proof, look no further than the world’s biggest soccer tournament, which took place in…

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Test a New Channel with Ease Using Video SaaS

How do you reach new audiences and try out new channels without breaking the bank? We have the solution that may be just what you’re looking for. Our VOS®360 video SaaS makes it easier for you to create new channels for new audiences, without a huge investment. Simply select your content from an asset library,…

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New Skinny Bundle: Vidgo Launches with Video SaaS

Vidgo recently soft-launched a new skinny bundle live streaming service, which includes over 25 of the most popular Spanish-language channels from the United States, Mexico, Central and South America, and Spain. The new service arrived at the perfect time. The popularity of skinny bundles is soaring, especially with certain demographics. According to a Simmons New…

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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….

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3 Reasons SaaS is Perfect for Your Temporary OTT Services

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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…

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Live UHD Streaming of Sports is Gaining Momentum

In 2015, the NFL streamed an entire football game over the internet. As the first live sports event to be streamed to a worldwide audience, this was quite a feat. Over the last few years, over-the-top (OTT) technologies and services have evolved immensely to where streaming of live sports is now nearly on an equal…

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3 Trends Guaranteed to Make a Big Impact on OTT in 2018

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In light of last week’s announcement of VOS™ SW Cluster, the next evolution of Harmonic’s VOS offerings for IPTV and OTT deployments, now is the perfect time to look at some of the key trends for OTT this year. As a comprehensive software application that embeds market-leading media processing, including ingest, playout, compression, encryption, packaging,…

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The Hot Trend in the MENA Region – OTT Video Delivery

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In the Middle East and North Africa, OTT TV episodes and movies will generate revenues of $1.75 billion by 2022, more than quadruple the $428 million recorded in 2016, according to the latest report from Digital TV Research. There’s no doubt about it: The pay-TV market is changing rapidly thanks to the ubiquitousness of OTT…

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OTT Innovation Is Heating Up

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OTT is one of the biggest technology trends in the pay-TV environment right now. Global OTT revenues will more than double between 2016 and 2022, driven by the success of subscription video-on-demand (SVOD), according to a new study from Digital TV Research. The study claims that online TV episode and movie rentals will grow from…

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