The Convergence of Broadcast and Digital Video Inside the NFL

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The video below contains two sessions from Live Streaming Summit 2015. In the first experts from IGN Entertainment, Elemental, and Amazon Web Services talk about live streaming infrastructure. In the second (starting at 33:30), Shannon Rutherford of the NFL talks about the league's OTT efforts.

Playing Big: Live Streaming Infrastructure Insights
Online media and services leaders increasingly are finding that hardware-based infrastructures and other traditional approaches are obstacles when it comes to keeping up with consumer demand and assuring future scaling. During this informal fireside chat, experts from IGN Entertainment, Elemental, and AWS will offer insights and customer deployment anecdotes into the virtualized, software-defined video infrastructures needed to power these experiences,
Nihar Bihani, Principal Product Manager - Amazon Web Services
Dustin Encelwski, Director of Product Management, Virtualization, and Management Solutions - Elemental Technologies
Vishak Nag Ashoka, Ad Technology Manager - IGN Entertainment
Blurred Lines: The Convergence of Broadcast and Digital Inside the NFL

From the preseason to the Super Bowl, the NFL is making it easy for fans to watch all the action wherever they want, on the device of their choice. The league has been offering live streaming of games to all major connected OTT and mobile devices. This presentation offers a look at how the NFL has embraced digital as a complement to its successful broadcast game.

Shannon Rutherford, Director of Digital Media Video Operations - NFL

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