Vualto’s VUDRM Protects France Télévisions

Vualto’s digital rights management solution, VUDRM, is being used by French public broadcaster France Télévisions, to protect and deliver its audiovisual content across all its digital platforms.

France Télévisions presides over a range of premium live channels with catch-up facilities, plus on-demand content across varying platforms. VUDRM enables it to safeguard its valuable content, ensuring secure delivery of the broadcaster’s live, VOD and offline content to its viewers across a variety of devices, as well as via online and offline playback methods.

Fernando López Navarro, Technical Head of Digital Video Distribution, France Télévisions, commented: “Vualto’s expertise in digital rights management has been highly valuable, and the implementation of its VUDRM solution has provided both peace of mind, as well as ensured much needed flexibility.”

VUDRM’s flexible token generation allows the broadcaster to dynamically issue individual permissions for content, removing re-encryption requirements and providing a seamless viewing experience thanks to local infrastructure which ensures low latency. The use of the token also enables France TV to change its business policies for varying pieces of content, as well as the benefit of it being device agnostic.

Camilla Young, CEO and Co-founder, Vualto added: “We’re proud to be delivering a flexible and interoperable digital rights management solution to France Télévisions with VUDRM.”

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