Ooyala’s Q1 2014 Video Index showed that iOS remains the market leader in terms of online video views – by a huge margin in nearly every market -- despite trailing Android in device market share.
BroadbandTVcon (nee OTTcon) is just around the corner, and it remains – even renamed – one of my favorite conferences of the year.
The two-day session, this year June 3-4 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, always has a couple of great keynotes, strong panels and a bevvy of folks attending who are passionate about the online video space. This is the fifth one X Media Research’s Greg Fawson has put together.
Over the top video delivery is one of the fastest growing segments of the digital media industry and it’s increasingly becoming a focus for content owners and distributors.
Ooyala’s Sarah Kiefer, a product marketing lead based in Ooyala's London office, will be part of a Fierce Markets webinar, Making Money from OTT.
The webinar takes a deeper look at how pay-TV providers, faced with rising programming costs, are looking for ways to benefit from over-the-top entertainment.
It’s been a busy couple of months for Ooyala’s Asia/Pacific/Japan office.
Ooyala was a sponsor of the Asia Pacific Operator Summit (APOS) recently, a very targeted conference of about 600 senior executive attendees mainly from pay-tv operators, content owners and content aggregators from around Asia.
There’s little question 4K, or Ultra HDTV if you prefer, will become a big player in the digital TV ecosystem. Less clear has been when it will happen.
Some movement on that question is coming from Ooyala customer the Vienna State Opera, which this week is taking a huge leap into the technology, streaming a live performance in 4K using MPEG-DASH.
Heading to the Cable Show in Los Angeles this week? So is VideoMind. We’ll be covering the general sessions, keynotes and other presentations as well as meeting with companies throughout the week.
Want to set up a quick conversation with VideoMind? Maybe a short video interview?
Drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s see if we can’t get a few minutes to say hello… or grab a quick beer, er, refreshment.
Gene Hoffman is chairman and CEO at Vindicia, a cloud-based, subscription-billing platform for scaled consumers. It’s used for things like over the top television, consumer software, and business services.
Hoffman said Vindicia can help digital media companies reduce churn by using its subscriber analytics to provide individualized content to a subscriber at the right time.
That’s a story Hoffman said saw a lot of play at NAB last week.
If you're at NAB this week, here's a recap of where you can engage with Ooyala.
Our main exhibit is in the usual place in the Silver parking lot outside the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center (SV1000-Silver Parking Lot).
We'll be open there for all convention hours. This year we are joined by partners AEG Digital Media, LiveRail and Vindicia.
NAB is just around the corner and I still have a couple of slots on my dance card I’m still hoping to fill.
So, whether you’re a content owner, broadcaster, technology vendor or – gasp! – a competitor, still would love to take some time to chat about the space, what you see happening in online video down the road, and just catch up.
Just drop me a note at email@example.com and let’s set something up.
The almost 800,000 U.S. viewers who live streamed the United States-Canada Sochi Olympics semifinal hockey game added 20% to the total U.S. hockey audience of 4.1 million viewers on TV. Overall, NBC saw nearly 62 million unique users visit its digital platforms.
Television audience behavior is evolving rapidly and content providers must adapt now or risk extinction. Research firm Ovum believes that 20% of all audience viewing hours will be delivered over IP by 2017.
The researcher also found that 17% of the 16-to-24 age range report that they watch less linear TV now due to their consumption of web video services.