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Viodi View

06/11/21 – Viodi View

There is nothing like a shutdown to make one appreciate travel, particularly travel by airplane. By entering a portal of sorts, it is possible, in a few short hours, to come out the other side in a completely new environment. And seeing something in person or meeting an old friend face-to-face cannot compare to a […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment VOD

Driverless – The VOD of Today?

It was an honor to be on the Smart Driving Car podcast with Cade Metz, Fred Fishkin, and Alain Kornhauser for a thoughtful discussion of what makes driverless different than an Internet app. Inspired by Metz’s recent New York Times article, The Costly Pursuit of Self Driving Cars Continues On and On and On, the […]

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Viodi View

Viodi View – 07/15/17

Who knew in 1993, that VOD would become an app provided by a 3rd-party. The vision was that network provider would have the relationship with the content owners for the delivery of on-demand content. At that time, it was a struggle to get a handle on the technology, much less engage the content part of […]

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Viodi View

Viodi View – 09/20/13

Traveling half way round the world is always a great way to get a different viewpoint. One can read about things or watch a video, but these activities are never the same as being there and interacting with people face-to-face. Thousands of attendees from broadcasters to cable operators and all the vendors necessary to capture, […]

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Alan Weissberger IPTV Mutliscreen Video Technology

Multi-Screen Video Content and OTT Partnerships Enabled by New Video Network Architectures – Part 2 of 2

Introduction: This is the second of a 2 part article on the 2013 OTTCON.  The first article looked at how Pay TV providers could offer OTT content on second screen devices and also how OTT and local providers (Pay TV or ISPs) could partner together to offer OTT content to subscribers.  This second article examines […]