DAZN is using cloud services to boost its ability to serve a rapidly growing fan base and to innovate even better services
Graham Digital was an early adopter of digital tools for TV. Last year, the company presented a musical celebration of the life of Aretha Franklin using a fully cloud-based infrastructure
Since it started in 2014, more than 10,000 people have supported the 4K 4Charity Fun Run Series, raising more than $1 million for non-profits focused on advancing equity in the …
AWS has teamed up with the LA Clippers to revolutionise how we watch sports Sports teams are going to extreme lengths to enrich the fan experience, bringing more thrills, deeper …
Online yoga destination Glo uses AWS to distribute its classes worldwide Glo is a subscription-based yoga studio in Santa Monica, California and offers an online video library of more than …
Tangent Studios harnessed the power of cloud rendering to tackle the size and scope of animated feature, Next Gen
iSportsAnalysis has moved to AWS cloud services to make tagging and analysis of sports easy for everyone, from school teams to pro
Australia’s Nine Network has enhanced user experience and created new business models and opportunities using the cloud
The Washington Post’s Arc Publishing tools have become a guide for digital first media companies, from college papers to major broadcasters.
Pac-12 Networks is one of the largest sports broadcasters in the US. The college media organisation recently switched its entire infrastructure
to the cloud.