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We’ve talked about the sports sector a lot recently – it is a hot topic after all. The growth in online sports viewership is astounding, to say the least, and we are expecting big things to happen this year and beyond. With these developments, come a host of questions, one of the big ones is: will people pay for Over-The-Top (OTT) sports subscription services?
These days everything is fast paced, on the move, on demand and needs to be done yesterday – and as all we know, video content consumption is no exception.
It’s not a new insight (in fact, we’ve talked about it many times before), but traditional television is almost dead in the water. In the modern world, almost everything lives on the World Wide Web – but, who will dominate this new era of online television?
Boston / Stockholm / Amsterdam, (May 13th, 2016) –Cleeng today announced that it has been selected to add powerful eCommerce and subscription management functionality to Brightcove’s OTT Flow powered by Accedo. (more…)
It may be plain to say, but everyone is obsessed with live sports. OTT and live sports streaming is rapidly taking over viewer’s hearth share, it’s expected to get bigger and better than ever. (more…)
Golden Boy Promotions, owned by the boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya, has chosen Cleeng and Livestream as technology partners to offer boxing fans in the US the pleasure to watch the upcoming mega-fight online via Pay-per-View. The Mexican idol Saul “Canelo” Alvarez will go on the ring with speedster Amir Khan from the UK in a match that will take place tomorrow, on May 7th in Las Vegas.
We’ve talked a lot about the power of online video and its ever-evolving relationship with the consumer. As technology develops, consumers are taking control of when and where they enjoy their entertainment – and soon enough, traditional television viewing habits will become a thing of the past. Therefore, broadcasters and video publishers must be prepared to offer flexible OTT solutions that support mobile devices.