Nextologies has the world's largest broadcast video delivery network specializing in high-quality, broadcast-grade video connectivity for broadcasters and content owners across the globe. Operating out of multiple teleports and data centers, Nextologies is the only service provider that has instant access to over 55,000 linear TV channels downlinked from 75+ globally-placed satellites. Nextologies' cost-effective custom end-to-end solutions streamline processes by fulfilling multiple broadcast needs at once, ensuring service optimization with 24/7 support.
This presentation will examine the benefits of targeted advertising for viewers, advertisers, and operators, as well as some of the delivery challenges. Attendees will learn how operators can collect viewer data and enhance decisions related to targeted advertising using artificial intelligence. By providing invaluable insights into what content is popular and what’s not, data and analytics help to improve the relevance of content and advertising delivered by service providers to individual viewers and households.
In the action-packed world of live video production and delivery, The Switch is always on and always there – setting the industry benchmark for quality, reliability and unmatched levels of service. From stadium to studio to screen, The Switch offers a unique mix of senior broadcast production experience and network reach. Its comprehensive production services combine mobile, remote and cloud capabilities. Backed by an Emmy Award winning team, The Switch enables its customers to deliver seamless live event coverage. Its delivery network connects production facilities with 800+ of the world’s largest content producers, distributors, and sports and event venues to rights holders, broadcasters, streaming platforms and media outlets. The Switch’s remote production services support live event productions in locations around the globe, removing the need for large amounts of equipment and production crews on-site. Its cloud-based production-as-a-service offering, MIMiC, handles all aspects of the production workflow in the cloud, from editing and graphics creation to comms and talk-back.
During this session Bitmovin share how they can help maintain vital Quality of Service to keep consumers engaged while controlling and reducing costs through whole-workflow optimisation, so maximising ROI while mitigating risk.
The task most operators face tody is how to keep the subscriber baase loyal. Stable high quality of broadcasting is one of the factors that helps address this challenge. To maintain high quality and detect violations in the stream, the monitoring system is required.
In this paper, we will explain how to interpret a variety of metrics and parameters of TS and ES that will serve for quick fault identification and proactive error fixation.
Hear how Rexsel Nippon used Videon’s EdgeCaster to successfully livestream the Historic Taipei Opera to over 50,000 viewers worldwide in a month
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic began, esports was predicted to be a huge driver of growth for the gaming industry in 2020 and beyond. Now, with mainstream sports around the world on hold and millions of people around globe staying at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus, gaming and esports have become increasingly popular as a way to fill the empty hours of lockdown and isolation.
We hear how the Covid19 outbreak has affected their business and what the biggest challenges they have faced have been.
In light of the rapidly growing streaming/OTT market and the increasing progression of the broadcast and media industry towards more service-oriented, direct-to-consumer business models, AI technology represents the area of great untapped potential.
In this TV interview, Michelle Munson (Co-Founder and CEO, Eluvio) discusses the Eluvio Content Fabric and its benefits.