Video & Audio archives
Tailor-made VOD & AOD archives for Addressable TVs.
What is Video & Audio archives?
Video & Audio archive is a cornerstone service for Addressable TV environment providing Video-On-demand and Audio-On-Demand content and contextual video related services. Video & Audio archives can be provided by Broadcasters or anyone who has a video or video content. The goal is to deliver its video or audio content to the end user, who can play its favorite show or programme, show or podcasts anytime he/she wants based on his preferences.
Nowadays the Video or Audio archives plays a key role in television broadcasting. More viewers watch VOD or lisen AOD insted of the linear broadcast, the more the videoarchive or audioarchive will be indispensable for TV broadcasters.
In addition the broadcaster has a great opportunity to deliver additional content, increase its additional values and, last but not least, increase its revenues based on the business model applied.
Increases the reach of content and advertising
New source of advertising video inventory
A new kind of self marketing with the possibility of recommendation
Endless possibilities and creative options and technological functions
VOD & AOD Archives contains various technology features in order to achieve maximum user-friendly environment and comfort for TV viewer while using the maximum potential of provider's content, both video and audio.
Newsfeed & Push Notifications
Not just a service. Our solution includes revenues oriented models. Choose and apply single or multiple business models: AVOD, SVOD and TVOD or audio alternatives AOD/SAOD/TAOD.
Client’s SVOD streaming services
Public radio broadcaster’ AOD
E-sports TV portal
TVOD sign-up page
Video & Audio player
Essential component of each VOD or AOD archives is Video our Audio player adjusted for Addressable TVs. Hybrid Company includes its self-developed Player to its applications. It has been tested on more than 120 different devices from 16 manufacturers assuring easy compactibility with more than 99% TV sets on the market.