Ooyala heroically compile a report and webinar discussing the state of the media and broadcast industry each year and Jim O’Neill is here to talk us through it for 2019. The report itself discusses penetration of 4K screens, the demographics of online streaming, 5G, ATSC and much more and this webinar looks at:
The surge of major streaming services into the market
The multi-billion dollar expansion of original content creation
The acceleration of M&E and M&A activity as broadcasters look to build content empires
Using microservices is a way of architecting your software platform to be nimble, simple and is just as applicable to on-premise platforms as cloud. As scaling is important for OTT providers, it’s not surprising that much work is being done in the OTT sector to utilise microservice architectures.
Even companies that are not yet actively operating on a microservices architecture are looking for vendors who at least have a strategy to cater to it for the future. This session will examine the core benefits (including redundancy, dev ops, scalability, and self-healing), the different approaches (including containerisation and orchestration via Docker, Kubernetes, and Mesos, as well as native microservices models like Erlang), and the complexities of migrating a generic architecture to a microservices architecture.
This panel covers:
Why is OTT so suited to microservices?
How microservices enable companies to be flexible to changing customer demands
Limelight, Streaming Video Alliance and Videonet come together to discuss the introduction of WebRTC’s sub-second latency for live streaming which is opening the way for a ‘better-than-broadcast’ experience – enabling new ways to engage viewers and monetise them.
WebRTC provides real-time video delivery and can now be implemented in a CDN environment for large-scale distribution and has extremely low latency.
This webinar covers:
Making WebRTC part of your workflow
Compression, DRM & ad insertion
Innovation opportunities for broadcasters and challenger OTT providers
Special focus on increasing viewer engagement
creating new revenue streams.
New business partnerships
Optimisation for multiscreen television & connected TV devices
Date: Tuesday Jan 29th, 2018 11am PT / 2pm ET / 19:00 GMT
In this webinar Limelight discuss some of the challenges with delivering low latency video and take a deeper dive to look at what causes latency, the WebRTC protocol and how Limelight Networks delivers real-time streaming at global scale.
Topics that will be discussed during this webinar include:
Challenges delivering low-latency video
Various approaches for reducing latency (small chunk HLS, peer-to-peer, WebRTC)
Encoding and codecs
Stream access and security
How to implement interactivity into live streaming video
Technical Product Marketing Manager
Storing, preparing, and delivering media content securely involves leveraging systems that can scale and ensure top-of-the-line security. This webinar explores doing that by implementing workflows in AWS’s highly available, scalable, and secure cloud services such as Amazon S3 for storage, Amazon Elastic Transcoder, and Amazon CloudFront for delivery.
This session came from the Discovery Track at Streaming Media East and shows how you can build a media stack on AWS and use JW Player to deliver protected HTTP Live Streams (HLS) to various devices, including iOS, Android, and Windows desktops.
Amazon Web Services WAF
The open source protocol SRT allows for encrypted, reliable streaming on the public internet for distribution as well as high bitrate contribution video. Chris Michaels tells us that it’s free, explains how it works and gives real world examples in this video from Roadway Media.
Chris explains how the protocol delivers reliability over bad networks, shows example videos, explains how it encrypts the streams to make them secure.
Ooyala discusses a new answer to an old question: “Should I buy or build our media production solution?” On Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 16:00 GMT Phil Eade and Chris Duke from Ooyala explain how building your own media production solution can be slow, labor-intensive and hard to keep up-to-date. And buying a ready-made media production platform may leave you missing features you need or have integration issues with existing tools and workflows. This webinar examines if Ooyala Flex could help you do both at once leaving you with a more complete solution.
Webinar: 18th Jan 2018 | 4PM GMT / 11 AM ET / 8AM PT
Apply Netflix’s technique to your videos to save bandwidth.
Since Netflix popularized the concept of flexible encoding ladders, per-title encoding optimization has been gaining recognition for its quality optimization as well as bandwidth-saving advantages. In this webinars, you will learn how encoding video at bitrates appropriate to the content achieves significant bandwidth savings, as well as improves the video quality.
Every piece of content is different, and each requires specific encoding settings to look good. Since Netflix popularized the concept of flexible encoding ladders, per-title encoding optimization has been gaining recognition for its quality and bandwidth-saving advantages.
It sounds simple enough, but there is a good reason it took the streaming giant years to make per-title encoding a viable part of their video delivery workflow. Since each and every encode requires individual analysis as the first step, the process is both very time consuming and expensive (more about the reasons why here). Until now, implementing per-title encoding optimization was only accessible to the largest streaming organizations.
Join Bitmovin Encoding Product Manager, Martin Smole, in conversation with the Sr Director of Product Marketing, Kieran Farr, in a live webinar. You will
Learn/review the theories behind per-title encoding optimization
On Demand Webinar
IP Intelligence (IPI) provides granular IP decisioning and Internet connectivity data, answering who, what, where, when and why consumers are connecting to your site. IPI helps sort out the good actors from the bad, improving the customer experience while keeping vital security systems safe and efficient.
Neustar Sr. Product Manager John McArthur and Director of Software Engineering Rupert Young share the diverse uses for IP Intelligence, including how it can improve security, reduce fraud, protect streaming media content, and improve your customer experience.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
How to use IP Intelligence to see who’s visiting and how customers interact with your website
Common use cases including cyber security, fraud prevention and compliance risk
How IPI customers like Major League Baseball Advanced Media are using it to accurately deliver and protect streaming media