Tag: AWS Elemental MediaLive
Broadcasters and media organizations are dealing with a perfect storm of market and technology-driven changes with the ongoing move to IP and cloud-based production systems. A new product offering from Atos called BNCS+ for AWS enables traditional broadcasters, small media companies, and non-media companies to rapidly create highly scalable and resilient video channels that can be accessed by global audiences using the BNCS+ interface, without having to build deep AWS Cloud or DevOps expertise.
Watch Brasil is a provider of streaming services for 400 internet service providers (ISPs) in Brazil. Learn how Watch Brasil grew its subscriber base to 500,000 and reduced piracy to zero after launching a next-generation streaming television service powered by Kaltura. Within the first 6 months after launching the streaming service, Watch Brasil was streaming a wide array of content, including news, general entertainment, comedy and drama series, and sports.
Synamedia is a leader in video content protection and distribution, starting with satellite-based distribution access control. As customers have moved to over-the-top (OTT) distribution, content protection now includes protecting against pirated streams. Learn how Synamedia reviews the security challenges that accompany OTT live video and how organizations can combine Synamedia’s Headend Watermaking and Streaming Piracy Disruption capabilities to curtail piracy.
Until now, 4K media service has been adopted by only a few providers and was limited in use from the lack of sufficient infrastructure and network services. However, with advances in telecommunications and devices ushering in the 5G era, the barriers to using 4K have been brought down. Learn how MegazoneCloud helps broadcasters implement high-quality live streaming services, with AWS Media Services driving new customer experience in an agile, automated, and cost-effective manner.
As mobile devices and 5G networks pave the way for diversified content consumption across the globe, the new global media trend poses new challenges to traditional broadcasting companies. MegazoneCloud’s customer, a global broadcaster based in South Korea, turned to the cloud for help transforming its media production system and providing leading-edge services to its audience. The customer adopted state-of-the-art, cloud-based media technology, and undertook an industry-leading digital transformation.