Four Stories of Video Success: How Broadcasters Can Win in OTT

| October 8, 2016

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Four Stories of Video Success: How Broadcasters Can Win in OTT is a new white paper on a topic that every video broadcaster cares about: finding better and more cost efficient ways to create, distribute and monetize OTT video at the high speeds today’s marketplace demands.New solutions are starting to fill the gaps that OVPs simply can’t — whether that means utilizing the benefits of truly integrated data, building a sustainable business model, or the ability to quickly produce, package and deliver clips for a hungry global audience.

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Q-dance

Q-dance is a Dutch dance event organization that focuses on the harder styles of dance music, like hardcore, hardstyle, techno and hardhouse. Widely known concepts are Defqon.1 Weekend Festival, Q-BASE, Qlimax and X-Qlusive. Q-dance events are easy to recognize by their names; there's always a Q in it. The Q-dance logo was launched in 2001 with the TURN YOU ON campaign and is inspired by the power button of a computer.

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