Turner turns to Arqiva for VoD launch

Turner turns to Arqiva for VoD launch

Turner turns to Arqiva for VoD launch

Arqiva will be providing Video on Demand (VoD) processing, delivery and streaming services for Turner Broadcasting across 32 of its platforms around Europe. 

To meet Turner Broadcasting’s November delivery cycles, Arqiva will commence processing its assets for VoD at the end of September. The VoD service adds to the portfolio of managed services that Arqiva has been delivering to Turner Broadcasting for over two years, covering satellite distribution and play-out of content to 24 channels in Europe.

“We are committed to giving our audience the freedom to watch our content whenever and wherever they want to, and the Arqiva Video on Demand service will help us to achieve this,” comments Rick Cole, SVP, International IT and Network Operations, Turner Broadcasting. “Arqiva is a proven and valued managed service provider and, as our partnership continues to evolve.”

Arqiva’s Video on Demand (VoD) service will be demoed on-stand 1.B61 at this year’s IBC conference, from 10th to 15th September.

Tom Cape (Director, Connected Solutions, Arqiva) will be appearing at this year’s Content Delivery World (5th-7th October, Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London), discussing “the role of the web and linear broadcasting in the future distribution landscape.” Click here for more info.

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