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We’ve mentioned it time and time again: in this advanced modern world, the consumption of VOD is on the rise – and it’s pretty much become the staple in many households across the world. After all, with a huge amount of choice and flexibility, coupled with decent value for money, what’s not to like?
Once upon a time, we might have mentioned universally accessible virtual reality in jest as it seemed like something that might happen in a time lightyears away. Now it’s here – and it’s developing fast. Virtual reality allows you to tap into a whole new world, but unlike traditional video games and 3D cinematic experiences, you are fully immersed into it – essentially, the lines between reality and virtual reality have the potential to become very blurred. Pretty amazing stuff to say the least.
When we think of the Super Bowl or the World Cup Final, it often conjures images of thousands of people crammed into a stadium, cheering and chanting in unison for their favourite team to help them claim ultimate glory. Now, imagine millions of people watching the same event from the comfort of their own homes, huddled together on the couch, screaming at the television at the same time as those in the stadium (pretty noisy stuff). But, when it comes to eSports, the story is a bit different.
Much like the way in which we as humans consume our evening entertainment, the devices on which we enjoy it on is ever-evolving. OTT video and streaming media devices are redefining it for sure.
At Cleeng, we are very proud of our clients and their talents within our industry, which is why we thought it would only be right to share a success story or two over the coming months. In this inaugural installment of “Client Stories”, we are going to dip our toes into the world of documentary SVOD hub MoviePigs and give you a taste of what they’re all about.
As more and more people migrate to VoD and online streaming services, there have never been so many opportunities for video publishing success – but much like any popular medium, the competition is fierce.