24i is nominated for the Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Award 2018

Published July 19th, 2018

24i has been nominated in the 2018 Streaming Media Reader's choice award for Best multiscreen solution. A category covering Over-the-top and “catch-up” solutions for delivering television content online to multiple devices, including set-top boxes, smart TVs, mobile phones, tablets, and more.

We’re delighted to have been nominated for the best multiscreen solution in the 2018 Streaming Media Europe Readers Choice Award. The award is an annual industry competition hosted by Streaming Media Magazine, which lets readers choose their favorite streaming technology.

24i and our products for turnkey video streaming apps has been nominated in the category for Best Multiscreen solution. A category covering Over-the-top and “catch-up” solutions for delivering television content online to multiple devices, including set-top boxes, smart TVs, mobile phones, tablets, and more. Cast your vote here today!  . Once your vote is completed you will receive an email asking to confirm your vote after voting has closed on the 3rd of August 2018; only these confirmed votes will count.

Your vote is highly appreciated!

Of course, being in the company of fierce contenders is a huge honor, so we could use your help to win. To lend us your love, all you have to do is simply to cast your vote for 24i on the link here. Winners will be announced in the Autumn issue of the Streaming Media Magazine. Thanks in advance for being a 24i Media supporter.

Voting closes on August 3rd so cast your vote today!

We’re also delighted to see that so many of our awesome partners are amongst the nominees. Congrats – you’ve got our vote!

Thank you again! We appreciate your support!

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