March 24, 2016

Featured News

Axonista Introduces Object-Based Broadcasting Platform

By bringing interactivity to the screen on mobile devices, set-top boxes, and VR headsets, Axonista opens new avenues to monetisation

Half of Germans Could Imagine Streaming Their TV: TNS Infratest

46 percent of those surveyed could imaging exclusively streaming all their video, an increase from 60 percent over the previous year.

BBC and ITV Revive Paid VOD Streaming Plans

Joined by NBC Universal, broadcasters BBC and ITV are working on a UK competitor to Netflix and Amazon Prime

Featured Articles

Pioneering Multicast and Building Real Networks That Scale to Live Broadcast-Size Audiences

In these case studies, discover the service challenges that multicast seeks to address, review its sometimes difficult evolution, and learn how several UK initiatives have pioneered and proven its value in helping to scale online content delivery to broadcast audiences.

Optimising Live Streaming Experiences

The session reviews practical cases and KPIs, the big difference dynamic CDN switching makes to a live service, and examples of tools to analyse and optimise streaming services to make them perform at their best.

Upping the Wow Factor: Making Live Experiences More Engaging With the Second Screen

With a powerful application, big data, social networking, and more, content providers can keep the audience focused on the live event and not their email.

Industry News

SES Platform Services and The History Channel (Germany) extend partnership

Multi-year contract extension for signal processing and distributions of the channel A&E on ASTRA 19.2°E for the Sky Deutschland platform

To the New launches VideoReady: A Turnkey OTT and TV Everywhere solution for Broadcasters, Telcos and Operators

Turnkey platform enables launch of fully featured OTT services in less than 6 weeks.

BuzzMyVideos Expands Services To Fully Support Spanish and Portuguese Speaking Territories

The Multi-Platform Online Video Network Continues Rapid Global Growth With Move Into YouTube’s Second Largest Market with Full Language Support in Spanish and Portuguese

Cinegy announces Cinegy as a Service at NAB 2016

Over 300 LiveU IP-bonding units to be used by more than 80 international broadcasters to cover the 2016 Rio Olympics

LiveU’s team will be onsite offering 24/7 support and its own private Wi-Fi hotspots in key locations to secure bandwidth for its customers.