Tune into our conversations on an array of themes focused on streaming and broadcast TV
Are you looking to build and bolster your presence in the streaming TV world, particularly in the Free Ad Supported Streaming TV (FAST) market? Curious about the content and monetization possibilities in this growing space? What are audiences seeking out on streaming channels and apps? How can you make your content perform and boost ad revenues? Get all your answers by tuning into this webinar. It is packed with interesting & insightful conversations of executives from some of the top players in the streaming and broadcast world including Nexstar, Sinclair, Fox and Amagi. Mike Woods, our Head of Product and Ad Monetization highlighted, “We don’t have to be TV anymore. We can do cool things with digital!” “We are seeing the emergence of a fusion zone where traditional old school broadcast TV and digital streaming TV intersect. This is a weird, awkward zone where consumers, broadcasters and tech providers are unravelling new possibilities and overcoming some key challenges.”
SVOD still leads the OTT market, but consumers are finding out what we've predicted all along: Cord-cutting won't save them money over cable and satellite if every service costs them another $10, $20, or even $60 a month. So they're turning to free ad-supported television (FAST) and other ad-supported models for an alternative to increasingly pricey SVOD services. We'll look at how content owners and platforms can thrive in the growing ad-supported streaming space..
The OTT industry is exploding, with the “streaming wars” of 2019-2020, a quaint expression of pre-pandemic big media company positioning for the future of television as we once knew it. Fast-forwarding - or skipping - to 2021, all the big players are well-positioned (save for the short-lived short-content firm Quibi). Hordes of smaller players are either relaunching (Fandor), developing new audiences (Passionflix) or developing new audience experiences altogether. Niche content is not just for YouTube or Facebook any more; sports, film, cultural and library content abounds at wildly differentiated subscription tiers. In short, OTT services have expanded during the pandemic, and now threaten to overtake the traditional Pay TV model altogether. This panel explores how major players package and distribute their content for on-demand and smart TV services, how they are signing deals and exploiting their own content libraries and the technology foundation necessary to make it happen.
Amagi operates more than 400 linear channels on its cloud platform built on AWS. Whether you are a traditional broadcast network, or a digital-first enterprise, innovative cloud solutions can help you scale your broadcast operations across Pay TV, Direct-to-Home, and OTT/Free Ad Supported TV. Join this insightful webinar as speakers from Amagi and AWS discuss business imperatives, challenges, opportunities, and the benefits for broadcasters and content owners as they transition their operations to cloud.
This webinar features leading TV engineering executives talking about their progress on designing IP and cloud playout operations that include live programming. What challenges do they still face in 2021? How much of their cloud playout plans will use the public cloud and how much will take place in private data networks? What do leading technologists anticipate will be their timelines for moving playout to IP or the cloud?
Learn how cloud and SaaS based technologies are changing the way how TV and OTT content are being delivered by the providers and viewed by the audiences. Baskar Subramanian and Ashish Kolvalker take you through the process of how technology is shaping the TV and OTT fields while also touching upon the relevant careers in this domain.
With the growth of free, ad-supported digital streaming platforms and services, local TV broadcasters are looking for ways to diversify their businesses and expand their offerings beyond traditional live, linear broadcast. View this recorded webinar to discover how WideOrbit and Amagi work together to empower local TV broadcasters to leverage existing linear workflows for digital streaming via OTT (over-the-top) and CTV (connected TV).
On-demand webcast on how content owners and TV networks can launch linear channels on Free Ad Supported TV (FAST) platforms and generate revenues through ad insertion. The webcast highlights the use of simple, easy-to-deploy, flexible, and scalable cloud solutions from Amagi and AWS to provide a TV-like viewing experience on leading platforms such as The Roku Channel, Samsung TV Plus, Xumo, Pluto TV, YouTube TV, and others.