Tuesday, January 11, 2022

SMEs transition through the change in audiovisual offer from multiscreen to multiplatform

The idea that the consumption of OTTs is replacing premium subscription predominates. In addition to the multiplatform proposals linked to operator associations -the CABASE, Sensa and Dibox Go-, add alternatives with a focus on multi-devices and VOD.

The direct reach to the consumer by large content producers such as WarnerMedia (HBO), Disney, ViacomCBS (Paramount + and Pluto TV), among others, redefines the roles in the value chain for all sizes of providers. In the case of cooperatives and SMEs in Argentina, the traditional role coexists - to be a sine qua non ally so that, through cable subscription, audiovisual content reaches homes - with the challenge of disintermediation, meaning, that each signal seeks to reach the consumer directly with different approaches. For example, WarnerMedia prefers direct contracting than going through the operator.

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Argentina · Pay TV · Internet & OTT11/01/2022

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The idea that the consumption of OTTs is replacing premium subscription predominates. In addition to the multiplatform proposals linked to operator associations -the CABASE, Sensa and Dibox Go-, add alternatives with a focus on multi-devices and VOD.

Argentina · Internet & OTT · Operators04/01/2022

Catel's CDN expands with new transport providers and peering services

The Content Delivery Network (CDN) scheme designed by the Cámara de Cooperativas de Telecomunicaciones (Catel) (Chamber of Telecommunications Cooperatives) reaches its four years with fewer cooperatives than desired, but with two growth aspects: on the one hand, considering Arsat delays in deliveries of LAN to LAN links, several cooperatives are joining together through private carriers; on the other hand, Catel is preparing a peering product - an access of multiple "farms" of content providers - to make available to its associates in the coming months.

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Plan of the province of Córdoba to achieve 100% connectivity by 2022

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Argentina · Fixed Broadband · Operators19/11/2021

Movistar + Sion, portrait of a change of era

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