BroadView Software, the industry-leading tech firm focused on media management solutions, announces today that Discovery Communications has implemented BroadView Software's OnDemand 2.0 technology for non-linear scheduling for its U.S. networks, led by Discovery Channel, TLC and Investigation Discovery.
Today we want to talk about OnDemand, also known as multi-platform, Over the top, pay per view, download to own or VOD. Whatever term you use to describe re-purposing your content into the multi-platform world of today’s broadcasting, we know you need to manage, schedule and monetize your OnDemand services.
We at BroadView have always known that we’re a little different. We pride ourselves on having the best integrated broadcast management system on the market, globally, foregoing the prophecies for the promise.
Every year our team at Broadview Software gets a little giddy as we get closer to the start of NAB. Sure we get to reconnect with old friends, clients and colleagues in the broadcasting industry, and we’re always interested to see and hear what the latest trends in traffic
In the past decade, BroadView has earned the reputation as a trusted technology partner for some of the best-known brands in the industry. Our success with one leading media company demonstrates perfectly the approach that sets BroadView apart from other vendors.
NATPE (the National Association of Television Programming Executives), 2017 was held this year in Miami Beach on January 17-19. Susan Whalen, Vice-President of New Business Development at BroadView Software, provides this summary of the show.
We like to think our calendars are a reflection of who we are. Each year, as staff members’ vacation and travel they take great pictures from around the world. Then we pick the best of the best and present them in the form of our Broadcast and Regular calendars for the New Year.
LAS VEGAS, Nevada – (NAB Booth N2925) April 18, 2016 – Luken Communications, a national multicast television network provider reaching over 85 million households and covering approximately 80% of the United States, has implemented BroadView Software's integrated programming and traffic system.