Cloud is becoming a viable and reliable path for live broadcast.
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Milk VFX used cloud rendering services from AWS to create some awesome water effects for the survival thriller Adrift.
J-Stream used AWS Elemental MediaTailor to create a server side ad insertion workflow for a live stream during the Augusta Golf Tournament.
Frankly Media is using AWS Elemental to create an entire channel management system in the cloud.
Ravensbourne University streamed performances of the Royal Shakespeare Company to schools all around the UK using cloud-based tools.
Friend MTS is using AWS cloud services not only to identify pirated content, but also to track down the subscribers responsible.
Arqiva is turning to the cloud to offer new services for a multi-platform, multi-device world.
The marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was the platform for Sky’s trial of a new AI-driven app for identifying guests.