Ooyala AppStudio wins Future TV innovation of the year!

By Susmitha Vakkalanka on Dec 02 2016 at 11:30 AM
The future of TV is here today. Video apps on connected devices are playing a key role in the competitive landscape of digital video entertainment. With Netflix's move to allow offline content viewing, it's clear that mobile consumption of long form and premium content is only going to increase. 
 
But building and launching OTT apps can be daunting and time-consuming. Ooyala AppStudio helps you accelerate the future to today. Whether you are a local provider trying to compete against giants like Netflix and Amazon in your market, or a media company looking to catch up with the new trends of video delivery, Ooyala AppStudio helps you bring OTT apps to your audience soon and in a cost-effective way. 
 
And it’s getting noticed. 
 
Ooyala AppStudio just won the Future TV innovation of the year with Telecom Asia for its innovation to quickly launch, manage and monetize new OTT offerings. 
 
 
With best-of-breed components pre-integrated, — video and application content management systems, subscriber management, monetization, analytics, personalization, and an application builder, all hosted in the cloud, Ooyala AppStudio offers everything you need to launch a premium OTT service within weeks. It allows you to automate app builds right from the AppStudio console without any engineering required. With easy to use drag-n-drop interface, you can make changes to the content layout without the need to rebuild or recertify apps. 
 
More Device Support
After originally announced in August this year, Ooyala AppStudio’s extensive list of device support continues to grow. The growing list now includes Samsung TV and Android TV, including previous support for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, as well as iOS and Android devices and the web. Stay tuned for more exciting updates to Ooyala AppStudio in 2017.
 
See here more details about AppStudio or contact sales@ooyala.com if you need to build an OTT service/apps. 
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