Vodafone has continued its pan European pay TV expansion by launching in Italy with the help of Kaltura, which supplied the OTT TV platform. This echoes the expansion of Vodafone TV in Spain almost two years ago in September 2015, when New York-based Kaltura was chosen to support VoD and catch
Crystal has announced that it has completed deployment for one of America’s leading television networks of an advanced software platform that allows the broadcaster to enforce distribution rights, provide dynamic ad insertion, manage C3, D4 and C7 rating metrics and provide accurate Video on Demand (VOD) across its network
Broadcasters face a bewildering range of new technologies in an ever more competitive landscape. With new delivery platforms, OTT, streaming, cellular, VOD and others, broadcast professionals need to adopt the newest technology solutions to remain competitive.
One key decision is which new technologies to support, ATSC 3.0, UHD, 4K, others. The
US regional cable operator Midco is upgrading its SeaChange Adrenalin multiscreen software platform as part of plans to expand into mobile TV services later in 2017. The operator is deploying the latest version of Adrenalin, which it says will provide the foundation for extension of current on-demand services to subscribers’ mobile
4KUniverse adds a 4K Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) service for Amazon Fire TV making it the first 24-hr 4K SVOD channel in N.A. The channel is been built around the Videa publishing package from Swedish OTT technology firm Accedo.
The BBC has taken one more small step on the long road to self-sufficiency by launching its BBC Player authenticated multi-genre SVOD service in Malaysia, the second country to receive the service. This is the latest move in the BBC’s chequered mission to generate revenue through overseas sales of
The European Union has passed portability rules allowing cross border access to online services between all member states, which would give consumers ubiquitous access to content such as movies and live sports streams that they have paid for, wherever they are. The agreed measures await formal ratification by the two
Video-on-demand (VOD) is here to stay. Almost two thirds of respondents to a Nielsen study of more than 60 countries say that they now watch some form of VOD content. The rise of over-the-top (OTT) video delivery has itself been astonishing. Simply put, traditional ways of watching TV have been changing
Public service broadcasters (PSBs) must take on the global online video giants, chiefly Amazon and Netflix, at their own game if they to survive and thrive over the next decade. This verdict was delivered by BBC director general Tony Hall speaking to staff in Birmingham, UK, to set the stage