Tag: OTT

How do pirates get ahead of OTT video providers?

The biggest rivals for Over-The-Top (OTT) streaming services are not just their direct competitors, pirates are ranking high up on that list as well. As streaming TV shows, films and more content have become popular, pirates compete to be the first ones to make them available. This article will detail how pirate streaming sites work and how it affects you as an OTT provider.

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Pay-TV: The top 5 ways to attract more subscribers

The plethora of Over-the-Top (OTT) streaming platforms with their continuous release of compelling series has gradually shifted viewers’ preferences away from the pay-TV ecosystem. Pay-TV operators can turn the game around, pull their audience back and get new subscribers if managed wisely. Let’s explore how they can achieve it with the top 5 strengths that give pay-TV the edge over OTT streaming.

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Pay-TV Super Aggregation Under Your Watch

Welcome to our blog series about super aggregation and the future of pay-TV. Based on market research and multiple conversations with our customers, we have prepared three blogs to capture and share key insights on how pay-TV operators are developing their super aggregation strategies and how they can differentiate on this new era of media and entertainment. On this first blog, we will focus on why operators must secure and keep watch of their connected platforms to secure their business’ growth and protect their subscriber base.

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Smarter workflow to reduce catch-up costs

With TV channels becoming more popular on streaming platforms, the costs of running OTT service are increasingly appearing on the radar of the CFOs. Reducing in content or customer experience investments are not likely, so the pressure shifts to the engineers to find smarter ways to run the services. In this article, I will look at the catch-up TV service and share my thoughts on how to reduce its associated CAPEX and OPEX costs.

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Increase in Piracy During Pandemic Lockdown

During the COVID-19 pandemic, daily life has gone digital. People are seeking innovative ways of staying connected and entertained while remaining safe at home. Puzzles, toys, and game sales have surged. Unfortunately, piracy is also on the rise. As the world economy gradually reopens, pirates will continue to take advantage of increased demand for new content. Protecting content from piracy will be crucial to mitigating revenue loss during this unprecedented time.

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