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Norigin Media, a Scandinavian company offering streaming TV tech products and services has announced the launch of Norigin Consulting. The separate business arm will offer Broadcasters and Pay TV Operators software development talent for hire.
Norigin Media has announced its new AdScan solution, an AI-based tool that detects and marks ad breaks on catchup TV content, allowing Operators to explore new monetisation opportunities and improve the user experience on their streaming service.
Norigin Media has announced its latest offering, OTT Testing-aaS. The QA packages will provide external validation for TV streaming solutions.
Edgeware and Norigin Media have announced a partnership for QA of Edgeware’s streaming control solution in multi-CDN environments, StreamPilot.
Strim, one of the newest streaming services in Norway, owned by TV distributor RiksTV, has chosen Norigin Media to build its new TV Apps on Smart TVs. With this agreement, Strim will expand its streaming service onto large screens.
Northern Waves, the TV technology and business conference in Norway, is scheduled to take place on Thursday 28 May 2020. The event will run for a third consecutive year in the historic Gamle Logen venue in central Oslo.
TV 2 Sumo, a leading streaming service owned by Norwegian commercial public broadcaster TV 2, has selected Norigin Media to build and launch its new TV Apps.
Nenda, a company that aims to disrupt the worldwide B2B TV market with a new streaming service for hotels, will partner with Norigin Media, a leading Nordic TV tech solution provider with customers such as Bonnier, Orange, FOX and Deutsche Telekom. The collaboration will strengthen Nenda’s position in the market with a user-friendly interface with unique features and system integrations.
Norigin Media, a Scandinavian TV tech company, has open sourced parts of its tech framework for building TV Apps. This open source initiative aims to increase the quality of software across the streaming industry, and encourage broadcasters to work together by reusing common code.