7 Best Practices to Choose a Video Streaming Solution in 2018

| July 5, 2018

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The data is crystal clear: traditional TV is declining and live streaming media is booming. In 2016, young people from ages 12-34 watched a third less television than they did only four years before. It’s this simple math that has many businesses, non-profits, and other groups scrambling to find and implement a video streaming solution.In this essay, we’re going to provide some best practices and considerations for choosing a video streaming solution. If you do not have the time to read comparative articles about live streaming platforms,we recommend taking advantage of their free trials. Start right now with our fully white label video streaming solution along with total control over your video content:

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Anevia is a leading OTT and IPTV software vendor for the delivery of live TV , near live and video-on-demand. Anevia was founded in 2003 by the developers of the well-known VLC media-player, and has pioneered cloud DVR and multiscreen solutions.Anevia’s mission is to provide innovative technologies enabling viewers to watch next-generation TV wherever, whenever and on every screen. Anevia software and solutions have been successfully adopted by TV broadcasters, telecommunication and PayTV operators, Video service providers, and many private and public companies. Anevia is headquartered in France, with regional offices in the USA and Dubai.

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