Viaccess-Orca Showcase Powerful TV Platform At ANDINA LINK 2022

Viaccess-Orca (VO), a Paris based vendor of content protection and OTT software, showcased its powerful, end-to-end TV platform at ANDINA LINK 2022.

Over the past few years, the video market has seen a steep increase in video consumption and an amplified need for generating additional revenue streams. Operators need solutions to quickly adapt to the evolving TV landscape while keeping premium content safe.

At ANDINA LINK 2022, VO demonstrated how its TV platform and the VO Secure Player allow operators to manage, publish, personalize, and monetize content on multiple devices with reduced costs and increased business agility. Attendees at ANDINA LINK 2022 witnessed how VO is revolutionizing the monetization of first-party usage data with its unique data-driven Targeted TV Advertising solution, available on the company’s TV Platform. 

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