There is an enormous amount of television programme content nowadays. Users have 180 channels available with live broadcasting. If you include a seven-day time shift offer, this means there are as many as 30,000 shows which can be watched at any moment in time. Content can be played or paused at any time on any user device. In addition, thousands more titles are also available from other sources such as VOD libraries, e.g. HBO GO, video libraries provided by operators and streaming television.
nangu.TV also aggregates series and sports programmes in the same manner, the latter especially because sports content is some of the most frequently viewed.
In the case of series, the customer sees the available seasons and episodes, including information as to when upcoming episodes will be available. For sports, the technology can recognise which sport is concerned and whether it is a live broadcast. It is even able to ascertain the league and which teams are playing. “We are also working on additional new features which will soon be launched to market, making sports broadcast selection and viewing even more user-friendly,” said Ladislav Navrátil, Chief Technology and Product Officer at nangu.TV.
Content aggregation is our latest enhanced video service functionality technology, enabling immediate viewing of live broadcasts and programme archives as well as films and series from operators’ offers. nangu.TV services are used by leading operators in the Central and Eastern Europe markets such as O2 Czech Republic and the Slovak operator Orange.
Come and give content aggregation a try
Come and test content aggregation from 13 to 17 September at the nangu.TV stand (hall 14, stand E05) at the IBC trade fair in Amsterdam. You can also use the unique nangu.TV code 19258 and register for the trade fair free of charge. Visit our website for more information
nangu.TV is a Czech software company which develops comprehensive IPTV and OTT multimedia platform solutions. We have been in this dynamic field for almost 15 years and, over that time, have established a position as market leader in Central and Eastern Europe. Successful services such as O2 TV, T-Mobile TV and the Slovak Orange TV are based on IPTV/OTT solutions from nangu.TV. In total, the company registers almost one million devices connected to the nangu.TV platform.
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