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The Continual Evolution of Video Piracy

Mon, Jan 23, 2017 | by Andy Stout

 

recent survey concluded that one in three US consumers watch pirated content, despite 69% of them recognizing that video piracy is illegal. It is becoming more urgent than ever that content owners take action to protect their content as the pirates seek new routes to market.

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Topics: Anti-piracy, advertising supporting piracy, Content Piracy, content security, Game of Thrones, Industry, live piracy, live streaming piracy, normative crime, Smart TV, video piracy

Making Cloud TV More Secure with TEE | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Tue, Mar 29, 2016 | by Merav Cunningham

 

Our latest white paper, written in collaboration with Cambridge-based Trustonic, a leading provider of hardware-enabled security for smart devices, makes the argument that it is time for Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) to be deployed in the cloud.

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Topics: OTT, cloud TV, Cloud, cloud advantages, Cloud TV platform, Content, content security, devices, Industry, mobile devices, multi-screen, Multiscreen, Pay TV, pay TV operators, Second Screen, Technology, TEE, Trusted Execution Environments, trustonic

VO's IBC Top 3s: The Key Takeaways

Tue, Sep 29, 2015 | by Merav Cunningham

 

As the sun sets over Amsterdam, our last Top 3 of IBC2015 concentrates on what we can take from the show: what best represents the future roadmap of the industry?

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Topics: OTT, TV Everywhere, DRM, Anti-piracy, cloud TV, Broadband, broadcast TV, Cable TV, CAS, Cloud, Content, Content Piracy, content security, Content service providers, Events, HDR, IBC panels, Industry, IPTV, piracy, TV, User Experience

Cloud DRM - Why Pay TV Needs to Consider it?

Mon, Jul 20, 2015 | by David Leporini

 

Digital Rights Management (DRM), viewed as the set of technologies enforcing license agreements, has been an integral part of the history of digital content since very early days. Its use stretches all the way back into the 1990s and comparatively primitive techniques such as Product Keys, which saw users enter — often repeatedly — long strings of random numbers to validate computer programs like games. Efforts to break such protection technologies have been around for almost as long, as witnessed by the landmark and unanimous passing of The Digital Millennium Copyright Act by the US Senate in 1998. This made it an offence to circumvent access controls and technical protection measures applied to copyrighted works, and thus the struggle against digital piracy became a matter for the criminal courts as well as the copyright holders.

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Topics: white paper, TV Everywhere, DRM, cloud TV, CAS, Cloud, cloud-based DRM, content security, Digital Rights Management, DRM fragmentation, Industry, MPEG-DASH, Multi-DRM, Pay TV, pay TV operators, Portfolio, security, TV

Cloud Security for Content Services: Into the Storm?

Mon, Jul 6, 2015 | by David Leporini

 

An increasing number of companies are interested in cloud environments in order to improve their computing, storage and networking efficiency, adaptability, and to reduce their capital expenditures. By leveraging the cloud properties of elastic and on-demand access to computing resources (eg networks, servers, storage, applications and services), companies do not need to own and maintain any more dedicated servers. Cloud service providers can provide management of various tasks like mailing and other collaborative tools.

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Topics: OTT, cloud TV, Cloud, cloud migration, cloud service providers, Content, content security, Industry, OTT operators, Portfolio, security

Telekom Romania’s journey into the OTT TV World - A New Case Study

Thu, May 14, 2015 | by Merav Cunningham

 

Telekom Romania has been a leader in the country’s telecommunications market for decades, providing telephony, internet and TV entertainment services. Over the past five years, it has gone through a significant growth in pay-TV subscriptions, and in order to remain competitive and address the growing demand for personalized and interactive experience, it decided to expand into the OTT multiscreen TV world.

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Topics: Case Study, Service Delivery Platform, OTT, TV Everywhere, content personalization, VOD, Customers, COMPASS, Content Discovery, content security, Deutsche Telekom, Industry, innovation, IPTV, multiscreen tv, nPVR, OTT TV, personalization, personalized TV, Portfolio, RiGHTv, telekom romania, TV, Voyage

What's Next for the US Cable Industry? Interviewing Stephen Newkirk

Thu, May 7, 2015 | by Merav Cunningham

 

TV Leaders Summit is only a few weeks away, and in its third year, this exceptional gathering has already become a tradition. This year in Cannes we will continue our conversations and debates over the fascinating revolutions in the TV market. As previewed by our acting CEO, Chem Assayag, we are going to hear and debate about the dominance of OTT – and the race to launch such services by traditional operators; the challenges of securing content in a multiscreen reality, targeting the millennials and many other exciting topics.

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Topics: Video, OTT, TV Everywhere, cloud TV, VOD, Big Data, Cable TV, Comcast, Conditional Access, content security, Events, Industry, IP, OTT operators, Pay TV, pay TV operators, STB, time warner, TV Leaders Summit

A Recipe for Successful OTT Services

Mon, Feb 2, 2015 | by Sefy Ariely

 

In the ever-changing TV industry, the dominance of OTT services in the market is growing fast.  A recent study by Parks Associates shows that Over 50% of U.S. broadband households subscribe to an OTT video service, while major players in the cable industry – such as HBO and DISH - are all about to launch their own OTT services.  “2015 is set to be the year of OTT,” said Brett Sappington, Director, Research, Parks Associates.

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Topics: OTT, TV Everywhere, DRM, Advertising, boxer, broadcast TV, Content, Content Delivery, content rights, content security, Engagement, Industry, Monetization, olympusat, Operators, Pay TV, pay TV operators, Portfolio, Premium content, security, TV, User Engagement, User Experience, UX, Voyage

DRM - Top 5 Considerations For a Solution

Tue, Oct 21, 2014 | by François Moreau de Saint-Martin

 

If you have no expertise in the digital rights management (DRM) field, you may feel somewhat lost when evaluating a DRM solution.

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Topics: Content Protection, DRM, Content Piracy, content security, digital rights, Digital Rights Management, Industry, Microsoft, piracy, playready, Portfolio, Premium content, risk management, secure player, security, STB, Trusted Execution Environments, TV

Viaccess-Orca: a Two-Year-Old Multiscreen Leader | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Mon, Sep 1, 2014 | by François Moreau de Saint-Martin

 

You may remember that the first IBC of the new VO brand was IBC 2012, where we announced our ambition to establish VO as a recognized player in the booming world of multiscreen television.

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Topics: Service Delivery Platform, OTT, TV Everywhere, Anti-piracy, Content Discovery, content intelligence, Content Piracy, content security, Data Enrichment and Engagement Platform, engagement model, Events, IBC, IBC 2014, Industry, IP, IPTV, Multiscreen, Portfolio, Recommendations, Technology, TV, User Engagement, User Experience, user intelligence

 

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