After showcasing a lot of the technology of Adobe Primetime on this blog, it’s hard to ignore the awards slowly gathering in the office. This includes the recent SIIA Content CODiE Award for 2014 Best Video Platform for Media & Publishers, and the Digiday Video Award for Best Video Technology 2013. If you want to learn more [...]
An interesting set of Adobe Primetime related news were published this morning – for a quick overview, here are the released announcements. Adobe Primetime Powers TV Across Screens For Turner Broadcasting As part of the Adobe Primetime solution, Turner is using the Adobe Primetime Player and its dynamic ad insertion technology to deliver and monetize [...]
There are fundamental challenges the industry is facing today, which are very different from the market situation 5 years ago. A couple of years ago, it was enough to create a browser based video experience to gain instant reach. Today technology is more advanced, but also more fragmented due to an increased number of platforms [...]
Netflix has been releasing monthly ISP speed reports that show the performance of Netflix content on different internet providers worldwide. The Netflix ISP Speed Index is based on data from the more than 36 million Netflix members who view over 1 billion hours of TV shows and movies streaming from Netflix per month. [via Netflix [...]
If you are interested in staying up to date with the online video community, this blog is certainly a very good source. In addition, I recently created a new social media accounts that provide collection of video news from different, aggregated, sources. I’ve been using them the last couple of weeks, and I’m positively surprised how valuable [...]
As we are slowly moving to the end of another historic year with such major events such as the record online viewership of the 2012 Olympics, what is next for online video in 2013? My personal prediction is it will become ready for Primetime, with better opportunities for online video monetization, and viewership numbers closer [...]
Today Adobe unveiled details of a series of new Project Primetime features, including the Primetime Media Player…
The Primetime Media Player allows for a richer, more robust viewing experience on desktops and mobile devices within apps. With seamless ad insertion and native support for protected playback built into the Player, consumers will enjoy faster video load times, fewer playback errors, and a less obtrusive advertising experience. [via Digital Media Blog]
… and MediaWeaver, a new solution for seamless ad insertion, management of business rules, and overall ad management.
An amazing video about the history and the success of Adobe Pass, and how it changed the broadcast world. Approximately 98 percent of pay TV households in the U.S. are now able to view TV content via the Adobe Pass authentication service and consumers are pushing TV Everywhere adoption to an all-time high. Given the track [...]
Display technologies are constantly evolving. With the trend to “Retina” displays with high resolution DPI, it seems to be natural for traditional broadcast TVs to do the same. Some technology companies, specifically Sony (pictures above and right), showed some amazing 4k television technology at IBC 2012 in Amsterdam. The image quality set another standard for [...]
A highly useful session for your 2012/2013 video strategy.
Title: What is Adobe Project Primetime? with David DeVisser
Date and Time: October 16, 2012 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM (GMT-7 Mountain Time US & Canada)
Call-in Details: Please join meeting via Adobe Connect link below
David DeVisser,Principal Architect, Adobe Digital Media Alliances