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The way we access TV and online videos is changing: premium OTT services like Netflix and Hulu are significantly challenging traditional cable or satellite services. The need for access to readily available content and a freedom from subscriptions that fail to suit their needs is driving rapid investment.
OTT is obviously on the rise, the competition heats up and there are numerous companies trying to grab their piece of the cake. Let’s take a look at V-net.tv findings about the key factors influencing OTT’s growth, extracted from their recent report: “Profiting from the OTT explosion”.
Watching the Premier League Football matches online can now be equally as good as being at the actual venue. PPV live streaming is the answer to the football fans’ demand for ways to follow their favorite teams on-the-go, without missing out on the real-life emotions.
While gate sales are dropping and sport fans are enthusiastically cutting the cord, many sport organizations – including football clubs – are embracing the new online outlet for their premium content – LIVE PPV streaming.
With affordable video broadcasting available for nonprofits and individuals, it continues to be a great solution for offering teachings to those all over the globe who could not attend events in person. The recent Pema Chodron retreat, organized by Mangala Shri Bhuti (MSB) and powered by Cleeng, proves that Pay-per-view offers a powerful way of bringing together spiritual communities, and supporting their growth.
I had a pleasure of talking to Wendy Conquest, Video Streaming Producer at Mangala Shri Bhuti, who lead the online pay-per-view for this retreat. How does live streaming benefit their community, and what are their future plans for pay-per-view? Read further to learn more.