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Explanation of terms and acronyms related to the media and broadcasting world. Updated every week!

iFrame (Inline Frame)

  iFrame is an HTML element. It allows an external web page to be embedded in an HTML document. By using an iFrame, you can also insert a piece of content (an embedded video, image, short instructions etc.) from another source into a web page.

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IMA (Interactive Media Ads)

IMA (Interactive Media Ads): This technology is developed by Google that provides an SDK (Software Development Kit) and tools for incorporating video ads within video players. It enables publishers to integrate various ad formats, such as linear video ads and overlay ads, into their video content. Muvi uses IMA SDK across its apps for ad insertion.

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IPTV (Internet Protocol Television)

IPTV or Internet Protocol Television is a system of transmitting and broadcasting television series using Internet Protocol Suite unlike traditional deliver through satellite signal and cable television formats. IPTV enables streaming media in smaller batches improving overall user experience. IPTV sends only one content at a time as requested by the viewer and a new stream is transmitted to the viewer when there is a change in the channel. IPTV requires a Set Top Box for seamless programming experience.

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Security and Compliance in Streaming Solutions
Security and Compliance in Streaming Solutions

Security and compliance are critical considerations in the development and deployment of streaming solutions, ensuring the protection of sensitive data and adherence to regulatory standards. In this webinar, we shall have an insightful look at both these aspects.

On Security, we shall look at Data Encryption to protect Content and Access Controls for the Network. On Compliance, we will look deeper into regulations on Data Privacy, Accessibility Standards, Industry-specific regulations, and Recordkeeping & audit trails.

Why attend the webinar?

  • To understand the protection of your content and the platform.
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  • To learn about regulations on user data privacy and accessibility standards
  • To learn more about good security and compliance practices in streaming business

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February 22

8:00 AM PST

30 Minutes