Look who made first place in the weekly news round up again, these ‘Simplestream’ fellows seem like real up and comers to me what with their 4K SVOD service and their Low Latency White Paper.
Simplestream, the leader in live, live-2-VOD and on-demand OTT services, announced today that its award-winning VOD-in-a-Box platform has been selected by Blue Ant Media, an international content producer, distributor and channel operator, to power its new premium wildlife and nature 4K Subscription Video On Demand (SVoD) service – Love Nature 4K.
To unlock the white paper please enter your information Our latest white paper addresses why there's a sudden burst of interest in low latency, who is it for and how is it done. Case studies will highlight how latency impacts specific businesses in sports and teleshopping and how, [...]
With all this Simplestream news going around it’s almost hard to remember that Apple TV+ (mouthful) was announced earlier this week, marking another entry from a non-traditional broadcaster to capitalise on the rapidly growing market.
Our Dovetail integration enables broadcasters and operators to more accurately measure reach across multiple devices to better understand their audience and potentially increase advertising, carriage and subscription revenues.
Despite an imperfect viewing experience French OTT continues to devour the linear broadcasting world, an ever more prevalent fact as technology and infrastructure improve.
An apparently un-busy House of Lords had called an investigation into the future of public broadcasters as the looming reality of Video on Demand services dawns on the world of entertainment.
Cat Tate, Business Development Director, talks about the evolving online video industry and new platforms like VOD-in-a-Box
Cat Tate, Business Development Director, talks about the evolving online video industry and how Simplestream are integrating into the OTT market within the region, as well as new platforms like VOD-in-a-Box.
A few arresting developments this week as Simplestream (Who?) help to enhance the Law&Crime Network along with some other, minor, news like Roku adding 7.8 million active accounts last year and ITV VoD revenues jumping 36%.
From the high-profile cases to the most compelling local trials, Law&Crime is the only 24/7 linear and OTT network offering daily live trial coverage and expert legal commentary and analysis. Created by TV’s top legal commentator and attorney, Dan Abrams, Law&Crime is dedicated to exploring the always intriguing world of the law while also offering original crime stories and legal programs to a broad, multi-platform audience.
The writing appears on the wall as Samsung quits out of the Blu-ray player market with an increasing number of OTT services (including our own) offering 4K streaming as consumers turn to VOD on the kind of big screen rather than the big silver screen.
Growth is abound in the OTT market as new services launch to bridge the gap in content and consumer demand, meanwhile overall use and subscriptions are up with some impressive projections.
In the spirit of our imminent BAR Cannes attendance we thought it would only be timely to take a look at how the sports market is adapting to the OTT shift and where our own Sports Video Platform could be of help.
A recent report from Ofcom, “Why children spend time online” has revealed key insights into the online video viewing behaviour of young children, aged 5-15 in the UK. While 2017 saw this demographic spend an average of 2 hours and 11 minutes per day watching TV content, this fell 15 percent down to 1 hour and 52 minutes in 2018.
As everyone settles into the New Year predictions and reflections are abound as the shifting market-space looks for any signs of slowing down in an increasingly OTT world.
In an attempt to recoup the large sum invested in content creation, Netflix has increased it's SVoD price by 18% in the US causing a sudden drop in subscribers and generating a significant interest in the potential for a hybrid SVoD and AVoD service among some of it's customer base.
Another great week of this new year and all the dust is settling on the previous year with huge numbers across the board as TV continues to trend towards the digital future.