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Top 5 Challenges for the VoD Industry Today 17 June 2015

  The popularity of Video On Demand viewing with a high social quotient is exponentially increasing. Real-time sports, reality shows, dramas, sitcoms, and children’s programs are amongst the most popular genres in social television today. This leads to a series of competitive scenarios between all the major players, including content providers, content packagers, software and …

Is it time to switch to video streaming completely for your business? 04 June 2015

  Mediocre quality, infuriating customer service, high prices: If you’re stuck with the cable like most others, you hate your cable and internet company (some more so than others) — and that’s only getting worse now. The American Customer Satisfaction Index in 2013 found out top cable networks as companies with highest customer dissatisfaction. The …

VoD : Dictating the Future of Independent Cinema 26 May 2015

  While the digital age has changed the entire movie industry dramatically, the rise of VoD has changed the indie business most acutely. Some time back, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas spoke their mind at the USC School Of Cinematic Arts, where among their dire predictions—the implosion of the “tentpole” blockbuster paradigm, a theatrical experience more akin …

Content : The Key Behind VoD’s Success Story 19 May 2015

TV viewers like any other customers always wanted choices. And to fill that up, the industry came up with VoD, Catch Up TV and Delayed Broadcasts. Year after year, the digital video streaming format gradually took over TV and linear broadcasts. Responding to consumer demand in the most appropriate ways, SVOD has been one of …

5 Reasons To Adopt IPTV Today Over Traditional TV 12 May 2015

As viewers gain access to newest forms of entertainment in the form of handheld devices, the traditional TV is drawing its ace in the form of Internet TV, or as the techies call it, IPTV. With IPTV you usually mean distribution of television or video content over a controlled IP network, where the end consumer …

Cord Cutting Over The Horizon : 5 Reasons Why OTT VOD Is Going To Rule 06 May 2015

  A decade back, not owning a TV was because you could not afford it. Today, it’s the ‘in-thing’. Yes, and they call it ‘cord cutting’. Even more, it’s the most reasonable thing to do because you could watch TV anywhere, anytime you wanted without having a huge flat screen take up space on your …

Internet First, Internet Only and Internet-mous TV Shows : TV is out, Internet is in, And You? 30 April 2015

  Early in April, an announcement from BBC’s new Chief Technology Officer Matthew Post-gate took the world of TV Shows and linear broadcast by storm. After the bleak five year long , 126 Million Euro Digital Media Initiative, BBC has decided to become internet centric, deciding to promote the newly arrived show Poldark and the …

Rise of TV Everywhere : Challenges To OTT Content Delivery 22 April 2015

In a world where consumers are starting to expect access to video on a range of devices in a ‘TV Everywhere’ style experience where a single subscription covers delivery to all devices, a multi-layered approach to services is fast becoming the key to the success of service providers. As a result, a broader ecosystem of …

Content Security, Challenges for a VoD Business and the Muvi Solution 15 April 2015

Today’s world of digital video is expanding rapidly. Every year brings a new set of devices and even device types, every time with more bandwidth, more computing power, higher-resolution displays and even more portability. Network operators and service providers including the traditional cable, satellite and IPTV providers, the terrestrial broadcasters (managed networks), and the Internet-based …

With Upbeat VoD Earnings, Entertainment Industry Looks To Rein In Piracy 09 April 2015

  There’s a pretty high ceiling for the losses everybody has incurred in the past due to content piracy. Assuming that piracy both increases supply and reduces demand, it eventually and unambiguously hurts producer revenue. Two primary sources of the film industry revenue today are box office sales and DVD/Blu-Ray sales, which may be affected by piracy differently. …

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