HESP: Sub-second Latency, Fast Channel Change and Improved ABR over Standard CDNs
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
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
TAG Video Systems: View from the Top 2021
Elevating the consumer experience to the highest-level possible requires deep insight into quality, metrics and issues; data that was previously beyond the reach of operators. Thanks to TAG's Realtime Media Platform, however, that data is now accessible.
Dacast: View from the Top 2021
Dacast is expanding its highly scalable infrastructure to provide multi-CDN delivery to help deliver high-quality content to viewers worldwide, including in China.
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.
Amagi: View from the Top 2021
Free ad-supported streaming TV (FAST) is the cure for subscription fatigue, and Amagi is just what the doctor ordered
EZDRM: View from the Top 2021
Security is becoming multi-dimensional. The gold standard of DRM is now frequently used in conjunction with watermarking, geo-fencing, etc. to offer a fuller envelope of glass-to-glass protection, a trend that likely will accelerate as integration standards become normalized and costs are driven down by robust, cloud-based service options.
Tulix: View from the Top 2021
Live linear channels have grown in number, as has the video quality they are delivering. And advances in hardware and software have reduced the cost of launching channels significantly.
Verimatrix: View from the Top 2021
Due to the growth in scope, frequency, and severity of cyberthreats, today's media and entertainment industry needs more security, not less. This can present a difficult choice for some companies—compromise your creative vision, or lower your security standards? We believe you don't need to sacrifice innovation for security—you can have both.
2021: The Full Monty
Streaming Media publisher Joel Unickow has some bold predictions for the rest of 2021.
Margins in Streaming Market Will Erode in 2021; Diversification is Key
Partnerships Will Be Key to Success in 2021
2021 Will See Diversification in Platforms, App Stores, and Revenue Models
2021 Will Be a Year of Endless Innovations
2021 Will See Growth in Real-Time Streaming and Acceleration in the Move to the Cloud
CEO Interview: Richard Oesterricher, Streaming Global
Streaming Global aims to solve three of the online video industry's biggest pain points: high delivery costs, lack of reliable scalability, and too-long latencies
CEO Interview: Steve Orlando, Seaborn
Seaborn is helping its customers respond to the overwhelming demand for new OTT services with capacity and scale
CEO Interview: Claudio Lisman, Primestream
Primestream's Media IO and Xchange Media Cloud work together to create an IP Network Operations Center for live production and editing using any streaming protocol