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Parks Associates ’ Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media conference series is excited to announce Comcast Technology Solutions as a sponsor of the December 14 session The Age of Video Aggregation. Comcast Technology Solutions offers a portfolio of technology solutions, the CTSuite that provides the industry with the technology, scale and expertise to expand and navigate the rapidly-changing media and entertainment technology landscape. Comcast invents technology...
 
by Parks Associates | Oct. 6, 2021
Tags: digital media, OTT, pay TV
Today’s OTT market is defined by the proliferation of service offerings, unprecedented amounts of online video content, and ever-increasing access points to that content. As a result, OTT content and service providers have to be equipped with best-in-class customer acquisition and engagement strategies in order to differentiate themselves from the competition while avoiding the negative social media attention for a service that fails to deliver the best experience. On...
 
by Parks Associates | Aug. 10, 2021
Tags: OTT, pay TV, Webcast
The overall use of ad-based OTT video continues to dramatically rise, with no single service leader. More than 30 million (or 31%) of US broadband households use free ad-based OTT services, which is a six-point increase from Q1 of 2020. Without a leading service, providers with unique offerings have the ability to climb to the top in the OTT space. Don’t miss Parks Associates’ Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media as it continues its virtual series next week with...
 
by Parks Associates | Jul. 21, 2021
Tags: digital media, OTT, pay TV
NBCUniversal’s Peacock had a disappointing launch in summer 2020 due to unavailability on key platforms and a lack of appealing exclusive content to drive initial engagement. After finally adding Roku and Amazon Fire, Peacock has gradually risen in the OTT market through the addition of appealing content, including WWE’s library, the day-and-date streaming release of Boss Baby: Family Business , and the upcoming coverage of the Olympic Games that was initially intended as a...
 
by Liam Gaughan | Jul. 12, 2021
Tags: digital content, OTT, pay TV
Parks Associates  continues its fourth annual  Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media  virtual series with the upcoming sessions  Retention and Churn in OTT  and  Data and Decision Making in Video Services  on June 9 from 11 AM to 4:15 PM CT. During these sessions, leading industry executives will address customer churn, evaluation and uptake of services, and strategies for maintaining and retaining OTT subscribers, and best practices...
 
by Parks Associates | Jun. 2, 2021
Tags: OTT, pay TV, streaming
Parks Associates’ 4 th  annual  Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media  series is proud to announce Symphony MediaAI as their research sponsor.  Symphony MediaAI is the leading provider of financial management services and is rapidly emerging as a leading provider of AI-powered technology solutions that help accelerate revenue growth for the global media industry. Symphony MediaAI experts develop proven software solutions for revenue...
 
by Parks Associates | May. 3, 2021
Tags: digital media, OTT, pay TV
Parks Associates ' Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media virtual series continues with the upcoming session Beyond the Theater: New Windowing Strategies on May 5 from 12:30 PM to 2:45 PM CST. Industry leaders will address how studios are handling distribution of high-profile, first-run theatrical titles, especially those who also operate their own direct-to-consumer OTT services and how the windowing process could evolve from here. Register  now to secure...
 
by Parks Associates | Apr. 27, 2021
Tags: digital media, OTT, pay TV
Parks Associates is hosting the next Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media Conference on May 5 discussing Beyond the Theater and New Windowing Strategies. Event sponsors include: Everise, Deltatre, Brightcove, Bitmovin, and Metrological.  Prior to 2020, the traditional content windowing process for new theatrical releases had remained relatively the same for decades upon decades. Movie theaters were the primary channel for first-run movie titles and the...

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