As more people cut the cord and move towards online-only media consumption, the way to reach these new breed of consumers will mostly be via OTT services.
OTT stands for “Over The Top” and refers to any streaming service that delivers content over the internet. The service is delivered “over the top” of another platform, hence the moniker.
Considering the amount of growth potential of the OTT streaming platforms, lots of companies are entering the OTT space. This move led to a wide variety of options for clients, and also increasing quantities of ad inventory for marketers. As a result, giant and leading video brands started buying services to join the streaming games.
Earlier this year 2021, Vuuzle Media Corporation won Verizon Media’s 2021 Brand Blazer Award for ‘Streaming Innovation’. This award is given out by Verizon Media to showcase the best use of Verizon Media’s Technology and also puts Vuuzle in great company, as streaming innovation is at an all-time high.
You may view the article and video featuring the award through the following links:
Vuuzle Media Corp Wins Brand Blazer Award from Verizon Media (article) https://bit.ly/2RojliY
Vuuzle TV’s Path To Brand Blazer Innovation (article) https://bit.ly/3h1L57B
CTO Prophecy Onasis Shares Essential Advice For Building A Fully Remote Team (Forbes article) : https://bit.ly/3ufwbyu
Vuuzle Media Corp Wins Brand Blazer Award from Verizon Media (video) https://bit.ly/2POEjag
Running a business is not for the faint of heart; entrepreneurship is inherently risky. Even though the OTT platform business is a revolutionary approach to the video streaming market, some companies still fall behind.
Here are some of these companies:
See link: https://bit.ly/3wpfBwy
Quiby lost $1.750 billion See link: https://bit.ly/3ufQ9Ik
Fox buys Tubi for $440 million See link: https://bit.ly/3whQgoi
Disney Acquires $71 billion worth of assets of Fox Entertainment See link: https://cnb.cx/2Tckuep