INFOGRAPHIC: HBBTV OPAPP VS ANDROID TV OPERATOR TIER

October 5, 2018

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HbbTV OpApps and Android TV Operator Tier are two cutting-edge technologies available for TV Operators to deploy interactive broadband-based services. Which one to choose depends on a variety of aspects, therefore we have made a head-to-head comparison between them.Download the free infographic and find out:What HbbTV OpApps and Android TV Operator Tier are;What are the benefits of using each of them.

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Founded in 1997 and based in Sherman Oaks, CA, Vision Films is an independent Worldwide Distributor of Feature Films, Documentary Specials, Series, Music and Reality Programming. We license all available rights from Theatrical, DVD/Blu-Ray, Television and VOD/Digital Media rights to both the International and Domestic marketplaces. We currently handle a library of over 500 Feature Films, 500 Documentaries and 100 different Music Programs from some of the most prolific independent film producers in the world. We develop a special marketing plan and work closely with Producers on a strategy to license their film(s) around the world.

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