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Online Video Industry > Spotlights

The online video industry is an ever-growing ecosystem of technology, service, and platform vendors that run the gamut from traditional broadcast incumbents to disruptive startups.

Here you'll find Streaming Media's coverage of the solutions providers that are enabling the online video revolution.

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Lightcast.com: A View from the Top

Lightcast.com has had the privilege of developing one of the most user-friendly OTT management and automation Platform as a Service (PaaS) platforms, used by virtually every imaginable organization and entity type, industry, and use-case.

Bitcentral: A View from the Top

At the beginning of 2022, Bitcentral acquired Powr.tv, the leading OTT video publishing platform. Powr's solution had already launched 200+ streaming media applications that enabled customers to increase audience reach and deliver video content across major media platforms, including Apple, Google, Roku, and Amazon.

Signiant: A View from the Top

Signiant offers the best service for secure, fast, and reliable large file transfers between people and systems, to and from the cloud, for the media and entertainment industry, no matter the size or needs — or the complexity — of your business. Their massive global footprint and unique architecture have created a foundation for innovations that extend well beyond file transfer.

SSIMWAVE: A View from the Top

Are your streams on par, better, or worse than your competitors? How would subscribers rate your stream quality versus your competitors? SSIMWAVE's proprietary AI algorithm - SSIMPLUS®, is based on real data from real people on what excellent viewing quality should be.

Quickplay: A View from the Top

Quickplay is leading the way with cloud-native platforms by helping OTT providers achieve unequaled flexibility, agility, and scalability as they deploy new services or remake existing ones.

Telestream: When Creating Comprehensive Media Packages, Video Might Just Be the Easy Part

Telestream's ability to meet customers on their journey to the cloud at any point where they find themselves is a key part of the company's unique value. Future proof your media processing and start your cloud journey with cloud native services from Telestream.

Teradek’s ART Protocol Delivers Resilient, Adaptive Video Streams Under Varying Network Conditions

Teradek introduces Adaptive Reliable Transport (ART), the video-aware, ultra-low latency streaming protocol.

DVEO Executive Predictions: NEXTGEN TV and AVOD/FAST Continue to Grow in 2022

ATSC 3.0 and ad-supported streaming services will lead the way this year, while blockchain, NFTs, and the Metaverse will take a more significant role in the broadcast and media industry.

Firstlight Media Executive Predictions: Metadata and the Cloud

Providers who found it easy to gain an audience over the last two years will have to work harder to keep them as the pandemic wanes, and OTT services will embrace fully cloud-based workflows

Live Sports TV Executive Predictions: Cloud-Based Production Is the Future

The pandemic accelerated trends that were already in motion, and now cloud workflows with distributed workers are here to stay.

Magewell Executive Predictions: 5G, the Cloud, and GPU-Powered AI

As beneficial as 5G can be itself, we believe a combination of 5G, the cloud, and GPU-powered AI will enable revolutionary advances in streaming production.

nanocosmos Executive Predictions: Interactive Live Streaming is More Important Than Ever

Even as physical events return, at least hybrid approaches are required to connect audiences virtually, with the highest Quality of Experience (QoE) and Quality of Service (QoS).

Executive Predictions 2022: What's Shiny?

The streaming media industry will thrive in 2022, responding to myriad technical issues and business opportunities. Streaming Media's research reports can help you get ahead of the curve.

AWS for Media & Entertainment: View from the Top 2021

Five solution areas are key for media and entertainment companies: content production, media supply chain & archive, broadcast, D2C & streaming, and data science and analytics

Qwilt: View from the Top 2021

Qwilt is scaling fast, well on the way to reaching 200Tbps global capacity with its Open Edge Cloud, based on Open Caching, and customers like BT, Verizon, TIM Brazil, and Telecom Argentina are embracing the new content delivery model

SSIMWAVE: View from the Top 2021

Viewers have shown that they have huge appetites for content diversity. Success in delivery in the direct-to-consumer environment means being able to consistently meet viewer experience targets so that viewers keep tuning in and your business runs profitably.

Zixi: View from the Top 2021

Software-defined and virtualized workflows provide a degree of responsiveness that is impossible to replicate in any other manner. For that reason, we are seeing more and more large-scale media enterprises pivot towards increasingly end-to-end cloud-based workflows.

Mux: View from the Top 2021

This last year, video became a crucial component of every major business across the world, and even as things return to normal, development teams need to find easy, scalable, and rapidly deployable solutions.

View from the Top 2021: Innovating to Make a Difference

When the pandemic shut down schools, doctor's offices, retail, and concert and sports venues, video stepped in to keep teaching, patient care, business, and entertainment going. These solutions providers rose to the challenge, and in this year's View from the Top, they share their visions for the future.

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