CH Media picks Kaltura for oneplus streamer

Swiss pay TV operator CH Media has revealed Kaltura as its partner to power the new oneplus streaming service. oneplus offers movies, series, documentaries, and other entertainment along with original productions. It is available directly to consumers via web, iOS and Android apps, and via telcos, Quickline, and Sunrise, with other mobile networks to follow. […]

Kaltura receives third takeover offer from Panopto

Video cloud platform Kaltura has received a takeover offer from K1 Investment Management-owned education software maker Panopto. The potential deal values the intel-backed Kaltura at US$383 million.  Panopto sent a letter to Kaltura’s that said it would be prepared to pay US$3 per share in cash, a 27% premium over its closing price at the […]

Dreamia taps Kaltura for Panda+ streaming service

Portuguese thematic channel provider Dreamia has chosen tech outfit Kaltura to deliver an end-to-end multiscreen streaming service platform. Dreamia’s kids’ SVOD OTT service Panda+ went live this week, powered by the Kaltura TV Platform, complemented by front end and UI provided by the same company. Panda+ is available exclusively for Portugal’s telecommunications operators to offer to […]

Vodafone picks Kaltura for German pay TV platform

Vodafone is utilising tech from Kaltura to power its pay TV platform in Germany, the vendor has revealed. The Kaltura-powered GigaTV is available across the entirety of Germany and accessible to users in all of Vodafone’s networks and in Unitymedia’s cable network. Its launch in the country follows earlier Vodafone TV launches in Hungary and […]

Israel’s RGE launches kids streamer with Kaltura platform

Israeli media company RGE Group has chosen Kaltura to provide the platform for a new kids cloud TV service, BIGI. Launched this month, BIGI is a new service for Israeli youngsters aged 5-15 years old, offering kids’ and teens’ entertainment and educational content in a variety of genres. BIGI’s array of 6,000 hours of VOD content, […]

Cellcom turns to Kaltura for OTT cloud migration

Israeli telco Cellcom has selected Kaltura to power its OTT service Cellcom TV. The operator claims that Cellcom TV was Israel’s first OTT service when it launched in 2014, and has over 250,000 subscribers across the country – also making it the country’s largest streamer. In addition to Cellcom TV’s curated content offering of VOD, […]

Swiss pubcaster taps Kaltura for planned streaming service

Switzerland’s national public broadcaster SRG SSR has tapped tech provider Kaltura’s TV Platform as the basis on which to build its planned multi-language cloud TV service, Play Suisse, which is scheduled to go live in November. SRG SSR has launched the service to expand the online reach of its content beyond its existing broadcasting audience […]

Kaltura hires Sanches as GM of media and telecom

Video tech provider Kaltura has announced the hire of Nuno Sanches as its general manager of media and telecom. Sanches joins Kaltura with over 15 years of experience working in the industry and most recently was at Vodafone. There, he created the company’s TV product and development business, and led the global strategy and product […]

ZEE5 partners with Kaltura for new player

Indian streamer ZEE5 has announced a deal with video tech provider Kaltura for the deployment of the Kaltura TV Platform Player.  The player currently supports over 8,000 devices, and ZEE5 believes it is best suited to serve its global audience of over 76 million users.  In 2019, ZEE5 has launched 25 original shows, with commitments […]

Vodafone calls on Kaltura tech for expanded European cloud TV launch

Kaltura’s Cloud TV tech will support the launch of Vodafone TV in Greece, Romania and Portugal, the company has announced.  This adds to the company’s existing relationship on the service in Spain and Italy. Video tech provider Kaltura says that this is a multi-country telco-grade TV service relying on a single cloud-based platform, enabling the […]

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