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Ooyala’s new State of the Broadcast Industry 2017 report underscores the fact that OTT is a central part of the broadcast experience today and will be even more so in the coming years.
As I write this post, I just finished watching an episode of Narcos Season 2. On the plane. Without paying for WiFi (which doesn't work for streaming on most airlines anyway). Just in time for holiday travel, Netflix now offers offline playback.
Today, Ooyala launched new versions of its MAM and Reviewer applications for Ooyala Flex designed to increase productivity and collaboration for a video productions’ most valuable contributors -- the creative team.
There were more video views on mobile devices in Q3 than on any other device, continuing a growth trend that began with the earliest iterations of Ooyala’s Global Video Index. But it’s the kind of video that viewers are watching on mobile devices that we found most interesting in Ooyala’s Q3 2016 Global Video Index.
Ooyala’s new e-book Restoring the Balance: How Programmatic Levels the Playing Field for Buyers and Sellers contains a three-part series, an edited version of which originally appeared on Digiday.
If you watched highlights from this weekend’s Manchester United vs. Arsenal clash, chances are you have Sky Sports to thank.
In addition to broadcasting the match live in the United Kingdom, Sky Sports is also responsible for delivering in-game clips and highlight packages to 40 international license holders, minutes after highlights occur.
If that seems like a daunting production task, well, it is.
Ooyala’s new guide, The Flex Factor: How to save money, time and resources on a major TV production walks through each production step of a typical series and shows how only Ooyala Flex provides insights throughout every stage of a video asset’s production lifecycle.
The way we watch sports today has changed. Not only do more and more fans catch sports online (95% of total TV sports program viewing occurred on a live basis in Q4 2015, according to a Nielsen report), but they also expect to watch and share highlights right away. Users no longer wait for end of the day broadcasts of replays.
In the battle of survival of online video, it is well known that live linear TV is a core differentiator. But how do you “go live” longer? How do you make sure you are not beaten to death by competition and are walking around like a zombie with not enough “live” content?
The answer is in re-using VOD content for live streaming.
Ooyala’s new white paper, A World Beyond MAM: What Broadcasters Need to Know About Media Logistics, discusses the demands that broadcasters now face in two distinct areas: content creation and delivery across linear and OTT platforms.