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With a population of more than 4 billion people speaking about 2,300 different languages, TV subtitling is not just necessary but, in many cases, business critical in Asia.
In the ConnecTechAsia ShowDaily, we explore some of the challenges that content providers in Asia are facing when implementing subtitling to support OTT TV services on a wide array of screens. Find out why subtitling solutions that work well for linear TV and IPTV services may not work at all in an OTT environment, and how this problem can be solved.
Read the full article in ConnecTechAsia ShowDaily, June 19 2019, page 32. Or visit Edgeware at BroadcastAsia, stand 6L2-04 to learn more.
On the first day of BroadcastAsia in Singapore, the ShowDaily discusses how to deliver OTT TV Services that are not just matching but exceeding the quality of traditional TV. How can broadcasters deliver OTT services at scale to a wide array of devices and with a mix of live and on-demand content? And which is the best platform for this job? Hardware, software, cloud…?
This article features Edgeware’s solution which overcomes this issue by enabling TV companies to combine different deployment options, from cloud services to hardware servers. It also takes a look at how OTT Service myTV SUPER in Hong Kong managed to offer a rich set of time-shift TV functionality with 4K content and live OCR subtitling – reaching over five million users in less than two years – by building their own delivery infrastructure.
Read the full article in ConnecTechAsia ShowDaily, June 18 2019, page 56
In an interview with online publication Videonet, Edgeware’s Chief Product and Technology Officer Johan Bolin discusses the evolution of the company since it was founded in 2004 and how its strategy has developed as connected devices and OTT streams have increased in prominence.
Johan also examines the future of the video market, predicting that on-demand viewing and connectivity will continue to reshape viewing habits over the coming years. He explains how TV formats will increasingly present the opportunity to personalise programming as streaming TV over the internet becomes the default choice for viewers, allowing providers to develop innovative offerings that attract new users and create new revenue streams.
At IBC 2019, Edgeware will present its latest news in TV CDN and Origin systems, including OCR Subtitling features from Cavena. Our solutions enable broadcasters, content providers, telecom and cable TV operators to deliver a true “beyond broadcast” TV experience to their viewers.
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