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NAB 2017: Ooyala opens up Adobe cloud for digital TV transformation

Infrastructure Joseph O'Halloran 25-04-2017
Ooyala multiscreen 25April2017Online video monetisation and services provider Ooyala has become the first premiere partner of Adobe for integrated video solutions in a new partnership that combines Ooyala’s Integrated Video Platform solutions with the Adobe Experience Cloud.

NAB 2017: Live Ultra HD, IP-based to the fore for SAM

Infrastructure Editor 25-04-2017
Pushing live sports boundaries and a broadening its portfolio of IP-based routing capabilities are at the heart of SAM’s offering at NAB 2017.

NAB 2017: FreeCast advances à la carte TV

OTT Joseph O'Halloran 25-04-2017
Aiming to fulfil what it believes is an age-old consumer wish to break the bundle and pick and pay for individual channels, FreeCast has unveiled its SelectTV à la carte TV strategy.

NAB 2017: IBM uses Watson to unlock insights from cloud video

Infrastructure Editor 25-04-2017
IBM is to roll out a Watson artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled cloud service to help companies extract new insights from video, generating new metadata and helping media and entertainment companies deliver customised content to viewers.

NAB 2017: Tata takes cloud-based media platform to VICE Media

Infrastructure Editor 25-04-2017
VICE Media has chosen Tata Communications to build a high-performance, cloud-based platform for global media asset management, storage, content contribution and distribution.

Mobile video viewing falls below 50%

Mobile Michelle Clancy 25-04-2017
After years of solid growth, mobile video viewing has declined as consumers have shifted to watching content via TV-connected devices (TVCD) like streaming set-tops.

NAB 2017: Imagine opens up microservices source code

Infrastructure Michelle Clancy 25-04-2017
Imagine Communications has introduced its Open Zenium programme to share source code to the Zenium microservices library.

NAB 2017: Cincinnati Bell expands Verimatrix security deployment

Security Michelle Clancy 25-04-2017
Cincinnati Bell has broadened its deployment of the Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS) multi-network solution to support over-the-top (OTT) video delivery of its streaming app, Watch Fioptics.

NAB 2017: SES inks 4K deal with two regional US cablecos

4K/UltraHD Michelle Clancy 25-04-2017
Two regional US cable providers, Marquette-Adams of Oxford, Wisconsin and Highlands Cable Group of Highlands, North Carolina, have licensed the SES-provided Ultra HD programming through Vivicast Media following trials of the SES platform.

NAB 2017: Wowza, Haivision make SRT protocol open-source

Infrastructure Michelle Clancy 25-04-2017
Wowza Media Systems and Haivision have founded the SRT Alliance, to manage the open-source availability of SRT, a video transport protocol.

NAB 2017: Turner selects TiVo for EMEA metadata

Infrastructure Michelle Clancy 25-04-2017
Turner has selected TiVo as its EMEA metadata distribution partner and will utilise services from the latter’s new Studio, Broadcast and Network Metadata Packages to manage its electronic programme guide (EPG) metadata distribution and service, which covers 44  channels in the region.

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