Are your multiscreen plans stymied by content security issues?
Broadcasters all over the world are in a rush to launch TV Everywhere multiscreen services, however issues over content rights are the greatest barrier to sharing media across devices. We explain here how this can now be solved using an open, standards based approach.
Open standards such as DLNA Premium Video enable operators to address more devices than any other technology without the hassle of proprietary applications, device fragmentation and the pain of maintaining multiple code bases. DLNA has security built in through DCTP-IP, but the owners of the most valuable content are understandably nervous and want greater insurance before high-definition digital content can be shared from the TV to tablets and smartphones within the home network.
To provide this extra insurance, ACCESS has been working with security experts to seamlessly integrate Conditional Access and DRM interfaces into our solutions to provide what we call 'Studio Confident' media sharing. This integration of DRM with our media sharing solution, NetFront™ Living Connect, enables operators to deploy a security hardened multiscreen offering. This is achieved by taking a more active control of distribution rights and capabilities of tablets, smartphones and Smart TVs. It enables new business opportunities for operators such as offline media sharing, local PVR content sharing to any device in the home and even makes sure that remote devices receive content in a format most suitable for the device and network.
Get in touch (email firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to know more about how NetFront Living Connect can provide you with the simplest path to secure multiscreen media-sharing.
Megatrends are making their mark in the video entertainment industry, affecting device manufacturers, content distributors and consumers alike. These trends include the collision between over-the-top (OTT) content distribution using the internet and pay TV business models, the blossoming of connected TV strategies and the increasing importance of social media in TV. Download ACCESS' whitepaper Multiscreen: monetization or mayhem?
HTML5 represents the next generation family of emerging open standards that will define and empower the behaviour of web browsers, interfaces, video, audio and applications for many years to come. The continuing, rapid evolution of HTML5 should be of vital interest to anyone who relies upon the internet for their business. Download ACCESS' HTML5 whitepaper Learn the language of television's future
To see how ACCESS' award-winning, market-proven solutions are delivering next-generation TV, come and meet ACCESS at TV Connect at stand no. 127 (London, 19 - 21 March, 2013). To schedule a meeting, click here.
We are also hosting an executive briefing at TV Connect to share and discuss with Screen Digest its latest research into the monetization of multiscreen and how TV operators can capitalise on the current shifts in the industry. The briefing is on 20 March 2013, 14:30, in The Club Room at Olympia Exhibition Centre, London.