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App to the Future

We’re just starting to see the potential for TV apps. Now that half of US internet homes own a connected TV device (an overall trend you can see worldwide), the potential is enormous. Just a look at some of the coolest apps (beyond games and videos) gives a glimpse of where we’re headed: TV on

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Join Us at IBC 2015

What a year… There’s no doubt that 2015 has been a groundbreaking year for OTT TV services. With HBO, CBS, BBC and Univision launching new internet-only apps and channels, it’s now clear that OTT will define the future of TV. But not only media companies have embraced OTT, device makers are incredibly bullish as well

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What Cable Execs are Saying About HBO Going OTT?

A bit more than a week has passed since HBO dropped a mini-boom, about HBOGO being offered to non-cable subscribers as of 2015. I write “mini” because HBO didn’t reveal anything about the service. So it’s hard to evaluate how it could change the current paid TV landscape. Today was an opportunity to get the

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Kaltura Wins Best TV Everywhere Award at IBC 2014

What a night in Amsterdam! Kaltura is excited to announce that it won the award for Best TV Everywhere/Multi-Screen Video at IBC 2014! The Kaltura OTT TV team was acknowledged for the  KabelKiosk white label IPTV offering (meinFernsehen), a sophisticated second screen deployment for Eutelsat – one of the leading satellite operators in the world. In

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Watch: Philips, Zappos, Oracle, Cornell, Intercall at Kaltura Video Summit 2013 (Video)

Here at Kaltura we have been hard at work producing our next video summit. This year, our virtual conference will include two exciting days of video presentations, live Q&A and networking opportunities. Here is a sneak peek: Kaltura Education Video Summit – Wednesday, June 12 2013 Kaltura Enterprise Video Summit – Thursday, June 13 2013 The presentations were shot in the

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Online Video Monetisation Models: Which Will Prevail?

Two interesting reports have surfaced in recent weeks relating to online video monetisation. First, the New York Times (NYT) decided to stop restricting access to its online videocontent for non-subscribers. While these non-subscribers are still limited to 10 articles per month, videos no longer count as part of that quota. Second, according to a number of