Envivio, Sezmi demo hybrid TV platform at NAB; ESPN debuts TV Everywhere app for iPad

Quick news from across the Web

> LAS VEGAS--Envivio, Inc. and Sezmi Corporation demonstrated the Sezmi hybrid broadcast-broadband television platform and the Envivio 4Caster C4 encoding system which together deliver innovative video services for home and mobile TV viewing. Release

> LAS VEGAS--Wowza Media Systems and Verimatrix at NAB demoed integration of Wowza Media Server 3 with the Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS) for Internet TV key management. Release

> LAS VEGAS--Norway-based Appear TV has rolled out high density head-ends that can handle all the functionality required for distribution over cable, IP, satellite and terrestrial networks. Article

> ESPN has hit the iPad with a TV Everywhere app that (1) isn't going to battle with the content owner (itself); and (2), delivers exactly what you'd hope a TV Everywhere app from ESPN would deliver. Article

> LAS VEGAS--Digital Rapids -- the leading provider of tools and solutions for bringing television, movie and Web content to wider audiences -- is providing the encoding capabilities powering live and on-demand video of the 2011 NAB Show on the official show website, www.nabshow.com. Release

Suggested Articles

Plex is partnering with Lionsgate to grow its library of ad-supported video on demand content prior to the planned rollout to consumers in late 2019.

Given the accelerating rate at which consumers are going online for entertainment, Roku said that streaming TV viewers could surpass the amount of pay TV…

Facebook is officially releasing a connected TV streaming device called Portal TV that includes a built-in camera for video calls and co-watching.