As per Kaltura tradition, we started the new year with a bang, holding our annual Hackathon! 19 teams of coders, developers, programmers, and other Kaltura professionals got together for 3 days full of innovation, development, and a lot of empty takeout containers, to present what they believe is the future of TV and online video.
Sports-centric Cloud TV and OTT services look like they are planning to knock it out of the park this year, taking on traditional television for the title of “Champion Live Sports Provider.” For the past few years, the idea of live sports over IP was considered a pipedream. However, if Hulu’s recently launched live TV
IBC is almost over, and there’s a lot of buzz surrounding some big things hitting TV screens in the near future. Here are some of the highlights and trends of this year’s IBC conference in Amsterdam. Voice and AI One of the biggest trends at this year’s IBC is Voice and Artificial Intelligence. Already being
Live broadcast TV is here to stay. Despite recent changes in how viewers consume media content, live linear TV remains a big part of how a lot of us still watch television. Recently, the rise of Netflix, Hulu, and a slew of other video-on-demand offerings has put the predominance of live TV into question, but
Content is king… Over the past few weeks, there have been major merger and acquisition announcements from the media industry’s biggest players. Moreover, all of them have something in common, content and content consolidation. It started with Discovery Communications’ acquisition of Scripps Networks for $11.9 Billion, forming a literal TV content giant. Now Discovery will
We know one of the most important things to maintaining a large audience is availability on multiple platforms and devices. That is why we are delighted to announce the addition of our new Instant TV Apps for Roku’s Direct Publisher and Opera TV Snap, to our list of multi-target distribution outlets, letting publishers reach a