Vision IPTV announced the extension of its services to
online and offline broadcasters with the launch of its white label video app
and player solution, enabling broadcasters to deliver content to iPhone and
iPad users quickly and cost effectively.
can create a dedicated and branded video app for iPhone and iPad allowing
broadcasters to deliver live TV channels or a video archive to their viewers
wherever they are. Accessible from the iTunes store, the Vision IPTV created
apps are fully compatible with the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Broadcasters can be up and running with their own branded app within days,
enabling them to provide access to news, sport, entertainment or archive
content wherever viewers are watching TV or video.
The app is fully integrated with Vision IPTV’s content
management and content distribution platforms meaning broadcasters can use the
same system which powers their online TV delivery to PC and internet connected
To date it has been expensive and taken time for broadcasters to deliver
streaming video or video libraries to iPad and iPhone. Vision IPTV’s white
label TV and video app for iOS devices means that a broadcaster or content
owner can have a branded app up and running at a fraction of the cost of
developing themselves,” said John Mills, CEO, Vision IPTV.
Vision IPTV’s app service uses the latest Apple adaptive streaming protocol,
combined with manual bit rate selection to ensure a consistent streaming
quality. Content streaming is also monitored to deliver a broadcast quality
solution to users on the move. Automatic app update features mean content can
be regularly refreshed for audiences.
All broadcasters and content owners want to extend their audiences and want
their viewers to keep watching as long as possible. The iPad and iPhone deliver
easy to access content to an audience wherever they are. With Vision IPTV’s
internet broadcast platform, any broadcaster can take advantage of the iOS platform
and be up and running quickly and effectively,” Mills added.
By Telecomlead.com Team