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Level 3 Communications
1025 Eldorado Boulevard
Broomfield CO 80021
USA

Phone: 1.877.2LEVEL3
Web site: www.level3videocloud.com
 
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Level 3 Communications is the trusted global provider of video acquisition, distribution, storage and delivery for many of the world’s largest and most innovative broadcasting and media companies. From OTT to full time channel distribution, Level 3 brings 25+ years of video experience and a full portfolio of end-to-end video services and solutions on top of our global network.

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  • Infographic: Learn how your peers feel about VR, 4K, HDR/HFR.
    In the highly competitive OTT market, the latest immersive video formats can help you retain and attract new subscribers. Our 2016 StreamingMedia.com survey asked OTT decision-makers about their plans for VR, 4K and HDR/HFR. I think you’ll be surprised to see what they had to say.
  • Infographic: 2016 OTT Video Market Trends
    In a recent StreamingMedia.com survey sponsored by Level 3, OTT video providers were asked to weigh in on OTT growth, business drivers, challenges and other relevant trends. Discover the key strategies OTT video decision-makers are employing in the market today.
  • Webinar: Yahoo, Sky UK and Level 3 on the Challenges of BIG Streaming
    Learn from experts who have conquered myriad technical challenges — presenting live videos to large audiences, in many formats, on many devices, over many networks — all at the same time. Specifics such as encoding, transcoding, bitrate variation, distribution, mass authorization and more will be discussed.
  • Research Report: See what is top of mind for OTT video decision-makers.
    OTT video providers and potential entrants into the market have much to consider when attracting and retaining subscribers. Performance, security and monetization are just a few of the challenges OTT decision-makers like you must face. Streamingmedia.com surveyed OTT professionals and compiled the results into this informative 14-page report, complete with charts depicting what’s top of mind in the OTT video space.
  • Infographic on Level 3 CDN - Delivery where you want it, when you want it
    Your customers demand a high-quality experience anywhere, anytime and on any device. You can now deliver on those expectations through fast, secure and reliable access to Level 3’s Content Delivery Network (CDN). The scale and power of our global fiber network can help deliver video to any type of device, anywhere — while helping to protect your content, information and customers through an inherently secure IP infrastructure.
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Mobile VideoMusic/RadioOnline Video PlatformsOTT Video
Video AdvertisingVideo Content Protection/DRMVideo Encoding/TranscodingVideo Hosting/Delivery
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Articles Mentioned
OTT To Overtake Broadcast in Five Years: Survey Report
New annual Unisphere report highlights maturing OTT market, with most respondents saying OTT viewing will overtake broadcast within 5 years
Is Premium OTT Content Worth the Price?
By focusing on premium content—with hefty licensing and production costs—OTT services are hurting themselves and their subscribers
Video: How the IP-Only Model Democratizes Content Delivery
TourGigs' Casey Charvet discusses the IP-only content delivery model and how it benefits smaller outfits doing large-scale event streams.
Video: Is Latency Still Hurting Live Streaming?
Ooyala's Paula Minardi and Level 3's Jon Alexander discuss the key issues facing live streaming and VOD providers regarding latency times, buffering, and meeting evolving viewer expectations.
Streaming the Super Bowl Will Be a Letdown for Many, Says Cedexis
While one company says 16 percent of the audience will stream the big game, Cedexis says those viewers will get a sub-par experience compared to broadcast.

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