This week, Elemental announced that leading Latin American media companies, NET and Antel are all leveraging software-defined video solutions to broadcast the world’s biggest sporting event.
Right now, sports fans around the world are focused on Brazil. With a television audience measuring in the billions – which very few events can claim – this is mission-critical TV at its best
Digi Jadoo Broadband Limited is an ambitious and dynamic company in the entertainment and connectivity business in Bangladesh.
SNH48 is one of the fastest growing cultural phenomena in the world.
In 2015, two major players in the Canadian communications business, Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications, came together to roll out an exciting new consumer over-the-top (OTT) offering dubbed shomi.
As one of the largest global cinema operators with nearly 850,000 seats across 13 countries, Cinépolis is expanding its theatrical content experience with the addition of multi-platform content delivery and an over-the-top TV (OTT) service known as Cinépolis KLIC.
STN, or the Satellite Telecommunications Network, has experienced rapid growth since its founding in 2004.
As broadcast content is increasingly consumed via IP-connected devices, new approaches to monetization are taking hold to optimize online revenue opportunities.
Video customers in South Korea have come to expect the highest quality viewing experience, and for good reason.
When the team at Lift Urban Portland learned that Elemental Technologies would be supporting our organization with a $30,000 grant through the Elemental Community Investment Fund, we were thrilled and surprised – but not completely shocked.