Published August 31st, 2017
Looking to boost the value of your premium video content? Meet with 24i at IBC, booth 14.D30 and learn how you can amplify the value of your video content by creating stunning, personalized, interactive experiences that connect with your audience on every screen across every network.
In addition to experiencing first-hand how you can leverage our technology and in-depth experience of creating stunning, personalized Internet TV apps across all devices, here are some more reasons why you should meet with 24i at IBC:
Flexible and Powerful technology: Come see live how the world’s largest brands use our products and technology to create stunning, personalized internet TV Apps for all devices.
Be inspired by some of our deployed customer solutions, including Fox, NPO, Videoland, Nordisk Film, RTL, Pathe and others, and discover how we’ve helped leading brands across the world deliver state-of-the-art OTT apps.
Cutting- edge CMS designed to empower broadcasters and operators to unlock the potential of premium video with a service that allows them to enrich and organize their content metadata, offers social interaction, smarter recommendations, personalization, recommendations, continued viewing and superb curated content collections- instantly responsive across devices and regions. Discover more.
A solution tailored to your needs, whether you’re looking for an off-the-shelf template solution or fully customized solution, we got you covered
Awesome People, we very proud to have an amazing team of extremely talented and fun people at 24i, pop by our booth for a coffee and chat and see for yourself.
To schedule a meeting, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form here.
Turn viewers into fans!
Just about all aspects of the OTT industry are being massively restructured. Rapid changes in technology, user behavior, and business models have created a gap between how consumers want to experience and pay for entertainment & media and how companies produce and distribute their offerings.
Visit 24i at IBC, booth 14.D30 & discover first-hand how our proven technology and in-depth expertise can help you reduce the gap and turn viewers into fans, empowering you to increase efficiency, reduce cost and set your business up to deliver a richer, personalized, TV experience across all devices and platforms.
Stop by our booth to meet with the team and see live demonstrations of services powered by 24i including NPO, Fuse Media, Globo, Fox, Pathe, Nordisk Film, Videoland and many more!
Join us for Drinks!
24i and Comcast Technology Solutions are delighted to invite you to join us for drinks and snacks to celebrate our joint customer, RTÉ, the public broadcaster in Ireland.
Enjoy a delicious Mojito or a tasty Gin & Tonic, handcrafted by the fabulous shaker boys while networking and talking about all things video!
When & Where
Sunday, Sept. 17th 4:00pm-6:00pm
Booth 14.D30, IBC, Amsterdam
For media request, demo and analyst briefings book a meeting with our Chief Markets Officer, Brynhild Vinskei
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Feb 21, 2019
According to a new report from Rethink Technology Research, 478 million SVoD subscribers today will grow to 743 million by 2023, with China having the most SVoD subscribers by 2023, but North America still driving the largest dollar volume . Meaning that in only four years, the global average viewing time for SVOD content will rise enough that it will equal the amount of broadcast TV watched.
Europe and Asia will be neck and neck in SVoD revenues by 2023, but with far fewer subscribers
in Europe, each paying significantly more than those in Asia, a region dominated by frighteningly large Advertising VoD streaming numbers.
Netflix will continue to lead in SVoD in both subscribers numbers (outside of China), but will make up 194 million SVoD customers out of 743 million globally by 2023, some 26% of total global subscribers. In the US Netflix today represents 44% of subscriptions, but will only be 31% of the increased US subscription levels by 2023.
Join the conversation on the future of OTT at OTT Day in London
You are invited to join the free-to-attend OTT Day in London on February 27th from 1:30pm-6:30pm at the Novotel Excel Hotel. The event will feature a series of keynotes from industry thought leaders who will address key issues facing the industry today and in the future, challenges and opportunities, new markets and technologies and much more. Register today!
OTT Day London brings together networks, digital media publishers, distributors and technology executives representing a 360 view of the OTT ecosystem. Presentations will cover topics ranging from business models and devices to streaming media technologies that will define and shape TV today and into the future.
Don’t miss out! Register today!
Oct 03, 2017
Jan 29, 2019
A new OTT report from Parks Associates predicts OTT services will accelerate their global expansion over the next five years, with more than 310 million connected households having
at least one OTT service by 2024. OTT Video Services: Disruptive Globalization estimates approximately 200 million households had at least one OTT service at home at the end of 2018.
"The U.S. leads in adoption of subscription OTT services, but other regions are experiencing significant growth as new services expand across borders," said Brett Sappington, Senior Research Director, Parks Associates. "Content producers and OTT service providers want to capture audiences, and revenues, worldwide. As a result, Western Europe and other global markets will experience more rapid subscriber growth than North America over the next few years.”
“The US leads in adoption of subscription OTT services, but other regions are experiencing significant growth as new services expand across borders,” said Brett Sappington, senior research director, Parks Associates . “Content producers and OTT service providers want to capture audiences, and revenues, worldwide. As a result, Western Europe and other global markets will experience more rapid subscriber growth than North America over the next few years.”
The report also found that device preferences vary significantly from country to country. While US households prefer smart TVs or streaming-media devices, Canadians more often use game consoles than the Americans, and in Asia, smartphones and mobile-only devices are most prevalent.
“Ultimately, the success or failure of a service relies on the quality of its content library, but small variations in pricing and user experience can cause significant adoption differences across countries,” Sappington said.
“For example, HBO has tested its OTT service with pricing tailored to specific regions, with variances from Spain to the Nordic countries to the US. This level of experimentation will continue in the near term as service providers and content creators continue to test and tweak to find
the right formula for pricing, content and service quality for each region.”