NEWS

Ethnic Channels Group: How investing in the risks of being a small broadcaster is paying off with global growth

July 5, 2016
Greg O'brien, www.CARTT.CA

Nextologies is changing the economics of signal transport

SLAVA LEVIN WANTS to show me something.

We walk through his new building in Markham, past his master control which now offers 107 TV channels to Canadian distributors (making ECG the largest broadcaster in Canada, by number of channels), past one of his studios where a Canadian Filipino-language talk show is being shot, and through a tech-cluttered storage area to a set of tight, narrow stairs and then a ladder.

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Ethnic Channels Group partners with Dr. OZ to launch JUNGOTV: New OTT platform for international content

June 13, 2016

Canadian-based Ethnic Channels Group Limited ("ECG") (www.ethnicchannels.com) today announced it is a major content provider for JungoTV, (www.jungotv.com), a new international content OTT service and innovative platform that provides the best foreign language television and film content from around the globe. ECG’s partner, Nextologies, will manage and distribute JungoTV throughout Canada.

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Dr. Mehmet Oz, JungoTV Launch OTT Platform Globally

June 07, 2016
The Wire, www.broadcastingcable.com

Will Allow 100 Million Foreign Language Speakers to Access Content From Their Homeland in Their Native Language

San Francisco, June 6, 2016 -- JungoTV, today announced an innovative platform that provides the best foreign language television and film content from around the globe to serve the massive need of the more than 100 million people around the world eager to have access to content in their native language from their homeland.

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Telcos can move up value chain with video optimized CDNs

November 25, 2016
Philip Hunter, www.thebroadcastbridge.com

A Broadcast Bridge panel at "Capacity North America" focused on Telcos as CDN providers for OTT television

The stampede towards OTT and IP distribution for audio/video (AV) services should be a huge opportunity for traditional Telcos to leverage their infrastructures and digital service capabilities. OTT delivery is causing traffic proliferation over both fixed and mobile networks, both locally and globally, generating fast growing demand for capacity over CDNs (Content Delivery Networks), which provide the long distance transport for most forms of video traffic as well as other critical data types.

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