An Overview Of HTTP Adaptive Streaming Protocols For TV Everywhere Delivery (2014)

By Yuval Fisher, RGB Networks

In this paper we review the advantages of adaptive HTTP streaming and detail its usefulness in delivering content on both managed and unmanaged networks. We review the differences between these protocols and discuss their strengths and weaknesses. Additionally, we’ll give a detailed look at the packaging and delivery mechanisms for TV Everywhere in which we explain the implications for storage, CDN distribution, ad insertion and overall architecture.

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