OTT & Multiscreen • Web Seminar • 2 • Origins of Over the Top Video Services

14.May.27 - Visual Unity Global (training, title)

• Origins of Over the Top Video Services

• This is the second presentation from our 2014 seminar series.

• To better understand where we are going, it helps to know where we came from.  This presentation investigates when OTT video services began to emerge, and the market landscape that made it happen.  We also look at how different regions around the world will be implementing OTT, based on their infrastructure capabilities, and where they reside in the OTT adoption curve.

• Video Presentation

• 22 minutes 10 seconds

• Download the Original PowerPoint Slides

Management – Gabriel Dusil (training, #2, Origins of Over the Top Video Services).pptx

• View the PDF version on slideshare.net

• Tags

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