In the news: AWS and FOX team up to reinvent media content delivery
This month, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that Fox Corporation and AWS have signed a multi-year strategic collaboration agreement to use AWS’s unmatched portfolio of services, highly reliable infrastructure, and professional services organization to enable a new cloud-based media production and delivery platform. The integrated platform for broadcast and digital video services will distribute FOX’s leading sports, news, and entertainment television content to multi-channel video programming distributors, to more than 200 affiliate stations, and to over-the-top (OTT) providers, marking the first time that a single platform will be used to deliver both traditional broadcast and direct to consumer streaming services. It will also underpin FOX’s production facilities in Tempe, Los Angeles, New York, and Charlotte.
You can read the full announcement here. For further news and analysis, check out:
Devoncroft Partners: FOX to Build its Next-Generation Media Platform with AWS (Devoncroft Partners)
SiliconANGLE: Fox signs deal with AWS to upgrade TV production and streaming services
theCUBE: Video Interview with Paul Cheesbrough, FOX Corporation | AWS re:Invent 2019
RapidTVNews: FOX selects AWS as its cloud, machine learning provider
The Hollywood Reporter: Fox, Amazon Ink Video Delivery Deal