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

BYOD (Bring Your Own Design)

At Muvi, we provide two types of templates for your website. One is standard template (Classic, Traditional, Modern and Physical Only) and the other one is custom template. In custom template, you can design your own template and apply it to your website. (Bring Your Own Design or BYOD). In this process you need to download the template folder from your CMS and upload it again after making the necessary changes to the template files. (For More Information Please Click…

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Metadata

Content Metadata means various properties (information) of a content such as title, description, story, actor, poster, trailer etc. These metadata will make your videos search friendly and easily discoverable on your video platform as well as on major search engines like Google. Hence, it is important to understand the content metadata types, so that you will be able to know what kind of information you need to provide for a particular video content. (For More Information Please Click Here)

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Transaction Video On Demand (TVOD)

TVOD stands for Transaction Video on Demand that refers to services where customers pay for each video on demand program either to access for permanent use or download it on a rental basis for a limited time period. This services are often related to movies or a series or for any particular sports or events. Examples for Transaction Video on Demand (TVOD): Google Play, iTunes

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Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD)

Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) refers to monetization of services that provide unlimited access to a specific program for a regularly charged monthly fee. Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) services are regarded better compared to cable or broadcast networks as it provides the subscriber with full control and flexibility to start, pause, fast-forward, rewind or stop over the program as preferred. Examples of Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD): Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Video, HBO Go.

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Upcoming Webinar

Keep it Secure, Keep it Safe: Tips and Techniques to Protect Your Video Content
Keep it Secure, Keep it Safe: Tips and Techniques to Protect Your Video Content

Streaming content security has quickly elevated to the number one priority across the industry. That’s because billions are being lost in live event revenue, such as sporting events, to pirates each year. But securing streaming content from theft isn’t an easy task. There are hundreds of possible vectors, everything from network intrusion to player/app doppelgangers to CDN leeching, through which pirates can obtain and redistribute content. In this webinar, SVTA CEO Jason Thibeault will take a look at some of the more prominent vectors, techniques and tips to mitigate potential problems, and discuss the recent SVTA Security Working Group publication, “OTT Streaming Security Checklist.” 

Why Attend the Webinar:

  • Understand the current state of streaming piracy.
  • Understand some of the more popular ways through which pirates get access to content.
  • Learn some tips and techniques to create a “layered” approach to mitigating piracy.
  • Learn about the new SVTA publication, “OTT Streaming Security Checklist”.

Upcoming Webinar

April 25

8:00 AM PST

30 Minutes