Media management outfit T3Media is to unveil new products that work on Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) at NAB. These new tools are an addition to T3Media’s Library Manager title management platform.
Hendrik Information Systems, a Houston-based multi-platform technology systems provider, is relying on StreamGuys’ cloud-based content delivery network (CDN) and on-premise servers to automate transcoding and live and on-demand broadcast capability for their clients’ global events.
Media processing and workflow outfit Archimedia Technology is launching a range of products for file-based workflow at NAB. The tools includes those for quality control, review, and validation of media, timed text, or metadata file. The new Iris Media Intelligence products work with Archimedia’s new Iris Cloud Service for
Operators are increasingly challenged by the multiple DRM systems required to serve the wide variety of devices popular with consumers, including proprietary devices like Microsoft’s Xbox that only support one DRM type. This leads to integrating, maintaining and operating several DRM systems. Cloud DRM allows an operator to outsource t
Time Warner’s Turner Broadcasting has expanded by launching an authenticated TV Everywhere service across the Latin American region delivered by its local pay TV partners via the IBM cloud. The new service, enabled by a Kaltura OTT platform, kicked off on February 22nd when Turner Latin America streamed the A
Dutch cable operator Ziggo has concluded its two year roll out of its cloud based TV GUI across its footprint with an update for two legacy interactive tuners from Cisco. The operator, now part of the Liberty Global group, claimed to be first cable company in the world to start
Saying that it is rejecting the generic one-size-fits-all approach common among many other cloud offerings, Quantum is announcing three new solutions for demanding data workloads. It bills its Q-Cloud approach as multi-tier and hybrid and one which enables customers to store data in the cloud when it makes the most
At the NCTC Winter Education Conference and Technology Showcase, Envivio unveiled Envivio Nuage, a fully virtualized cloud-based software-as-a-service (SAAS) video platform to help smaller cable operators distribute video easily and cost-effectively. Envivio Nuage is designed to manage content for any size cable operator end-to-end, from ingest to any consumer device.
Media security is top of the list for broadcast executives. And the recent Sony Pictures hack illustrates that everyone is a potential target. John Watkinson looks at why cyber-attacks have become common, and what broadcasters, Hollywood and TV show makers can do to try and protect their investments.