Vimond Media Solutions is adding five new components to its cloud based online video portfolio at the 2017 NAB Show, focusing on workflow, rights and content management, as well as monetization. The company is also enhancing existing tools with the aim of providing a complete package for media companies seeking to reach audiences online directly.
For every media organization, accurately valuing media assets is critical to understanding and maximizing potential revenues. This is particularly true given the costs and challenges of creating, distributing, and monetizing content — whether TV series, news programming, or feature film — from production and premiere through syndication.
Operators must adopt a robust and comprehensive CMS (Content Management System) if they are to compete against new and existing rivals in the multiscreen era of diverse target platforms, video sources and delivery models. This argument is set out by video platform and software company SeaChange in a white paper detailing how the latest CMSs dovetail with emerging trends in pay TV services, including agile development methods, cloud delivery and network virtualization.
New technology formats, High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Wide Color Gamut (WCG) along with 4K and UHD provide stunning improvements in imagery. But, with such a dynamically changing format landscape, will the purchase of infrastructure to support these improvements ever pay off? Outsourcing the required coding tasks to a service may be a better solution.
Roya TV, a leading private channel in Jordan founded in 2011, has gone to Spanish end-to-end broadcast software company VSN for a multiplatform package including Video on Demand and Live Streaming for its whole content catalogue.
Encompass Digital Media announced it will use Microsoft Azure to power its innovative CloudVOD service, a cloud-based video-on-demand solution.