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

Data Management Platforms (DMPs)

Data Management Platforms (DMPs) collect, organize, and analyze audience data to enable precise targeting and segmentation of video ad campaigns based on user demographics, interests, or behavior.

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VMAP (Video Multiple Ad Playlist)

VMAP (Video Multiple Ad Playlist) is a standard XML-based format that allows publishers to define the timing and placement of multiple video ads within a video content playlist. VMAP provides a framework for ad stitching and ad insertion in video playback.

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Latency

In computer networking, latency, or delay is an articulation of how much time it takes for a data packet to travel from one defined point to another. One can measure the network latency by determining the round-trip time (RTT) for a data packet to travel to a destination and back again. During live streaming, the latency occurs when the camera captures an event, and the specific event being displayed to viewers. Latency also depends on which type of channel you…

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Webhook

A webhook (also called an HTTP push API or a web call back) is a way for an application to provide real-time information to other applications. A webhook provides data to other applications as it happens, meaning you get data instantly—unlike conventional APIs where you would have to poll for data very often to get it in real-time.

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API Security in Video Streaming
API Security in Video Streaming

While video streaming, we have to deal with a lot of data which is sensitive and confidential related mostly to users and content. In order to keep that data safe and secure, we have to take certain stringent measures, as data privacy is our highest priority. Here APIs come into play to handle things like video delivery, user management, and content access. During API calls we handle multiple layers of securities to ensure only allowed data is delivered. Join me in this insightful webinar as we talk about API security in video streaming to discuss relevant best practices.

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  • Common API security risks and vulnerabilities
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