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Ott Platforms: A Five-Point Guide To Building The Next Streaming Powerhouse
Media And Broadcasting

Ott Platforms: A Five-Point Guide To Building The Next Streaming Powerhouse

Written by Todd Poires Posted August 07, 2018

OTT stands for Over-the-Top. The OTT umbrella supports the delivery of film and TV content over the internet, merging television and digital video to forge a singular, revolving content stream.

It's a little jarring knowing next year will be the first year we spend more time on the internet than we do watching television. We're amidst a paradigm shift. What sold during the cable television dynasty, no longer entices the modern consumer, and we have no choice but to accept our broadcasting archaisms as casualties and push on.

Photograph of NDI video being recorded with cameraman and news anchor
Media And Broadcasting

Broadcasting Industry Embraces Ndi Protocol While Sdi Becomes Archaism

Written by Sanjeev Kota Posted April 19, 2018 by Carolina

Recent technology trends indicate the broadcast media industry is in the process of transitioning from Serial Digital Interface (SDI) to enhanced NDI-enabled IP workflows in order to maximize the interoperability between production hardware and software. Industry leaders are already working together to establish IP broadcast standards to achieve large-scale implementation.

Network Device Interface (NDI) is an open-source protocol developed by NewTek™ that enables video equipment to send and receive multiple input and output signals between production devices on an existing Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) Network and broadcast several streams of high quality, low latency, frame-accurate video and audio in real time. This makes it possible and easier to have more than one source accessible for live production switching without having to connect to new devices or move locations.

OTT broadcasting in a live studio
Media and Broadcasting

Netflix Produces In-House and ESPN Plans Streaming Service, What's Going on in the Broadcasting Industry?

Written by Frank Wallace Posted March 19, 2018

In December, Walt Disney Corporation announced their transition to direct-to-consumer media strategy. In other words, they are jumping on the streaming bandwagon and waving goodbye to external distribution channels. All media channels certainly felt the ecosystem shift when Netflix began producing programs in-house; as the distributor became the producer, the broadcasting world was turned upside down. Suddenly, producers, such as Disney began rethinking their distribution channels and distributors like Hulu began considering production.

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