The fine line that runs between keeping tabs on consumer behavior and interests – and invading their online privacy – is a tricky one. We’ve all had the experience of looking up something on a browser, only to see it appear suddenly as sponsored content on our Facebook feed or finding it in our Skype
So, you have a slick application where your users can sign up and watch their favorite shows. That’s great! But, what is the next step to attracting more users and making your current user base more engaged with your content? Let’s start with the basics. When viewers want to search for a new show or
TV service providers across the globe face a major decision: Is 2018 the year to embark on a business transformation journey and move over from legacy TV systems to Cloud TV? Despite the clear monetary and business benefits to be gained from stemming the cord-cutting tide, many of these companies are still on the fence
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