Today’s live-linear and live-event streaming providers share a similar end goal with broadcasters: deliver live content, at scale, to a global audience, while also protecting premier-event or premium content revenues from piracy. Streaming Media, Intertrust ExpressPlay, and Help Me Stream Research Foundation surveyed a wide range of content creators and video distributors to learn more about the value of a converged approach to secure streaming. Download the report with key takeaways now.
The conversation covers Intertrust’s strategic focus, key market trends and opportunities, ExpressPlay multi-DRM and anti-piracy services value proposition, integration with AWS SPEKE 2.0, the unique approach to direct-to-TV broadcast security without STBs/CAMs, and the pre-integration with Vewd’s Operator TV as a service. Watch the interview now.
To join the AWS ISV Accelerate program, Intertrust ExpressPlay completed a Foundational Technical Review (FTR) of the ExpressPlay DRM cloud service led by an AWS Partner Solutions Architect using a specific set of requirements based on the Security, Reliability, and Operational Excellence pillars of the AWS Well-Architected Framework. Read the announcement to discover how customers benefit from pre-integrated solutions with secure workflows that shorten time to market and reduce operational risks.
As live-streamed eSports services become more popular and revenues increase they’re also becoming targets for criminals looking to steal content and customer data. To counteract such threats, an overall anti-piracy strategy must incorporate a proven multi-DRM service together with forensic watermarking and web monitoring. Read the article to learn more
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