Energy Authority Launches Advanced Video Streaming and Headend Management Service

Long-time video provider Jackson Energy Authority (JEA) has teamed up with Nagra, a Kudelski Group company and a provider of content protection and multiscreen video solutions, to launch JEA’s new IP-based multiscreen video streaming service, “E+ Premier”. Powered by the Nagra OpenTV Video Platform and Harmonic’s VOS360 cloud streaming solution, the new service will not only enable JEA to […]

Nordic Film Chooses ioGates Cloud-Based Video Platform

ioGates, provider of cloud-based tools for sharing and distributing professional media files, said that Nordic Film is using its professional-grade cloud-based video platform and easy-to-use web interface to share media and collaborate securely across departments and with external partners. One of Scandinavia’s largest private media organizations, Nordic Film has implemented the ioGates video platform across […]

CES 2020

Synamedia Showcases Revenue-Generating Tech At CES

Synamedia, a global independent video software provider, is bringing what it calls “the most complete, secure and advanced end-to-end open video delivery solutions for infinite entertainment” to CES 2020 this week. After making a splash at CES 2019 with the award-winning Credentials Sharing Insight solution, the company is heading back to Las Vegas to showcase new […]

NAB 2017

Data Is The Key To The Future Of Video

As more and more new platforms emerge, the importance of user data grows in guiding programming and advertising strategies.

NAB 2017

Fresco Takes Video Reins At Alaska Station

Fresco, an upstart platform that connects news organizations with “citizen journalists” for video content, is taking over the bulk of video production for Anchorage, Alaska’s KTBY. The station’s COO projects up to 40% cost savings — including from layoffs — in making the move.

Comcast Starting New Digital TV/Video Service

Comcast is preparing to launch a major new video platform with content from big-name partners in the coming weeks. The platform is currently called “Watchable,” but there’s a small chance that could change before launch. The partners are said to include Comcast-backed Vox and Buzzfeed, lifestyle, and comedy sites like AwesomenessTV, Refinery29 and The Onion; news sites like Mic and Vice; as well as legacy brands like NBC Sports.