Bringing Com Hem’s Tv Hub to life involved a collaborative effort between Com Hem, Verimatrix, 3 Screen Solutions and Technicolor. We worked closely with Com Hem and the technology partners to deliver an end-to-end solution to satisfy content security requirements. And with the open-source nature of Android TV, it is vital to get the security component correct.
Over the past year, we have experienced strong market interest and industry accolades in our solution that we’ve been calling Federated Rights Management. In fact, we won two Connies awards – Video Technology Hero and the competition’s highest honor, The Grand Prix – earlier this year for its ability to improve the efficiency and traceability of premium content distribution.
Experts from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Verimatrix recently hosted a webinar to talk about reimagining content distribution today - here, we share our answers to the questions submitted by the audience during the live broadcast, particularly around the architecture we put forward known as federated rights management (FRM).
One of many promises of our 2003 Faultline Manifesto was that one day after theatrical distribution and DVD production, movies and TV series might be available in an online marketplace for any distributor around the world to serve up online to its customers. A webinar hosted by Verimatrix began to take tentative steps towards that kind of future.
When it comes to DRM, video service operators have a choice, and they should exercise it. View the infographic to better understand the benefits of going beyond the confines of native DRM and player frameworks and opting for the the best-suited protection and playback approach.
Avni Rambhia, Industry Principal, Digital Transformation at Frost & Sullivan, sat down with our SVP of Marketing Steve Christian for an in-depth discussion of the global trends, challenges and opportunities of a connected revenue security platform.
Although the revenue security industry currently has a strong focus on protecting the emerging class of premium UHD content, it has almost fallen into the trap of playing down the valuable and relevant features/updates that continue to be developed for the whole of the existing video service industry.
Several looming obstacles for UHD remain, including the high bandwidth demands, limited content and the drumbeat for greater security protection of premium services. Will consumers rapidly adopt and embrace this next-gen video service?
Digitalisation in India has been laying a sound foundation for of the advancement of pay TV services in the region for several years. The industry has now reached its tipping point, and there is a clear need to secure revenue for the entire scope of potential service offerings.
The transition to a more diversified pay-TV market will continue in 2017 following some significant developments in the region. Enhanced competition is prompting all service providers to better understand what consumers are willing to pay for and what the right business models are to deliver those services.