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Sky New Zealand Goes Android With Help From IrdetoDecember 3rd 2021 - 10:00 AM

Satellite TV operator Sky New Zealand has appointed Netherlands based content security company Irdeto to help plot its deployment of Android Operator Tier set top boxes (STBs) as part of a migration towards hybrid video services combining DTH with broadband internet delivery.

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Thales, headquartered in Paris, has like ATEME recently partnered with Google Cloud.

ATEME Partners With Google Cloud Over VideoOctober 22nd 2021 - 09:00 AM

ATEME, a French provider of video delivery and transcoding technology, has joined the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program to promote rapid deployment of media services.

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Cisco Leads $70 Million Investment In Israeli CDN Startup QwiltOctober 11th 2021 - 10:00 AM

Cisco is leading a $70 million investment in Israeli CDN startup Qwilt, driven by growth in the open caching architecture developed and endorsed by the Streaming Video Alliance.

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Cloud Qualify will reside on the Telestream Cloud, a video encoding service targeted at video production and postproduction professionals.

Telestream Continues To Build Out File-Based Workflows With Cloud-Native QC MicroServiceOctober 4th 2021 - 10:30 AM

For large media companies, especially those with global exclusive sports and entertainment rights that are delivered around the world simultaneously, the new frontier is streaming millions (and sometimes billions of viewers) of live events over an IP infrastructure. Or more specifically, a series of tightly linked cloud services that process media quickly and ultimately span the world.

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Adobe Acquisition Of Frame.io For Cloud Collaborative Workflow Questioned By AnalystsSeptember 1st 2021 - 10:00 AM

Adobe’s acquisition of New York based start-up Frame.io for $1.28 billion highlights the meteoric rise of cloud based collaborative workflows, stimulated further by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Live production in the cloud is allowing rights owners to produce content that would normally be cost prohibitive.

Live Cloud-Based Remote Production Slowly Gaining TractionAugust 26th 2021 - 09:00 AM

Although latency and resource coordination continue to challenge those considering cloud-based remote live production, the distributed architecture model is steadily gaining traction as a cost-effective alternate to hardware-based on-premise projects. To date this IT-centric architecture has not been deployed for high-profile productions like the Super Bowl or World Cup, but remote IP-video contribution, production and distribution has allowed second-tier sporting events to be televised globally whereas they might not be - due to cost and fully remote access - using traditional production methods.

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Growth in streaming OTT delivery is changing the business realities of broadcast television production, playout and content distribution.

Grass Valley’s Scalable FutureAugust 23rd 2021 - 09:00 AM

New, in-cloud, pay-per-use business models offer new advantages to occasional REMI, field reporting, remote event production and similar content producers and distributors with a better business model to remain competitive and profitable without huge ongoing capital investments.

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Grass Valley’s Media Universe could be the answer to broadcasters’ revenue challenges.

Grass Valley Getting “Creative” To Navigate Disruptive TimesAugust 5th 2021 - 11:00 AM

The pressure to extract more revenue from ever shrinking budgets, due to expensive content rights contracts, is causing Broadcasters to re-evaluate—and in many cases reduce—how they spend their money on production tools and infrastructure. Recognizing this, live production technology providers like Grass Valley are getting “creative” in how they sell their products and cloud-native systems.

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