Foxtel selects Unified Streaming for on-demand delivery

Foxtel selects Unified Streaming for on-demand delivery

Foxtel selects Unified Streaming for on-demand delivery

Australian TV operator Foxtel has selected Unified Streaming to enable delivery of Foxtel’s premium live and on-demand programming across multiple devices.

Unified Streaming’s feature set aligns with Foxtel’s device roadmap and will utilize TransDRM to transform Foxtel’s pre-encrypted play-ready live content into a new format with DRM encryption, providing a smooth transition from Foxtel’s legacy system, while supporting Foxtel’s Start Over feature on its set top boxes and streaming devices.

“Unified Streaming provides Foxtel with the ability to stream our live and on demand content across a wide range of device formats and DRM options,” says Brett Paton, Foxtel Head of Technology Development, “which is instrumental in maximising efficiency for delivering our programs to a large number of subscribing homes across Australia. We’re pleased to have them on board to help ensure we continue to deliver the high quality entertainment experience our customers know us for.”

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