Thought-provoking analysis on the direction of the pay-TV
and video delivery industries from The Verimatrix Team

Steve Oetegenn
April 21, 2015

For pay-TV operators the challenge lies not so much in the overall volume but the associated increase in the number of different DRMs they have to address.

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Alan Breznick
April 9, 2015

I'm pretty pumped about moderating this panel because it will be one of the first to delve into the major challenges of delivering 4K. And we have the right people to discuss how they are planning for other industry developments like software-defined video, impact of device connectivity and the Internet of Things, making sense of data analytics and immersive business models.

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Jonathan Fasullo
March 23, 2015

About four years ago, Uruguayan cable company TCC took the unprecedented step of shifting its focus from being a network operator to pioneering service innovation in content distribution.  The change in strategy, as well as the challenges and opportunities it presents, is explained by Javier Ruete, CEO of TCC, in a new video case study. 

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Naveen Kumar
January 14, 2015

Phases III & IV of the cable digitalisation program in India pose the greatest logistical and economic challenges of all because they embrace about 60% of the population and a huge number of small operator domains. It includes a large “free” grey market mostly served by spurs off legitimate cables that have been spliced, extending in chaotic fashion to dwellings of many different types. Fortunately, cardless security has matured in time to meet the region's objectives simulataneously.

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Kelly Foster
December 18, 2014

We received a great response from last year’s top content infographic, so we’ve created one for 2014! Check out the winners of our most popular content this year

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Steve Christian
December 18, 2014

We are lucky enough in San Diego to have a very active networking scene for the technology community – including our very own CommNexus organization, which hit the ball out of the park last week with an excellent primer session on the “Internet of Everything." IoE is about pervasive connectivity and communication between people, but more importantly autonomously between everyday devices and processes. 

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Nikie Little
December 11, 2014

News of a major pirate site seizure and takedown greeted attendees of the Content Protection Summit 2014, auspiciously kicking off a day of discussion focused on security and content protection. The importance of data security from production to was at the core of the day’s discussions as experts used this year’s tumultuous security landscape as a teaching platform to identify common vulnerabilities and areas for improvement. 

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Tom Munro
December 10, 2014

Three years ago, a dam was breached.  The White Salmon River dam in southern Washington State had been in place for more than 100 years, providing hydroelectric power to nearby communities.  Time passes, technology marches on, and new ideas take the place of old.  The dam’s decommissioning makes for a spectacular video, and of course video is the theme of this blog.  

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Steve Christian
November 26, 2014

During our lively Multi-network Forum at AfricaCast 2014, I was lucky to interview Richard Alden, Wananchi Group CEO who explained how the company’s popular Zuku TV service is gaining market share by fulfilling the demand for high-quality, affordable entertainment throughout East Africa. I’ve created a summary to get a glimpse of Wananchi’s network strategy.

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Steve Christian
November 20, 2014

In the latest issue of Asia Pacific Broadcasting, I outline how operators can leverage next generation technology in order to gain significant architectural and revenue security advantages.

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Steve Oetegenn
November 17, 2014

The next five years will bring forth more changes in the industry than we’ve seen in the past two decades. Among several factors reshaping the pay-TV landscape, the rapid rise of Netflix and online video platforms was a hot topic during the panel discussion. Although it may seem that companies providing content at lower costs can pose significant threats to more traditional pay-TV offerings, the general consensus of the panel was that they encourage positive change in the industry, challenging providers to reinvent their products in order to meet changing customer demands.

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