A multiscreen pay OTT TV service is the first new offering from Kaltura following its acquisition of Tvinci.
Open source video platform Kaltura acquired the Israeli pay OTT platform in May having raised $47 million in venture capital to accelerate growth and expand development.
The new customisable service features advanced personalisation, monetisation and social functionality “available in a wide range of deployment options.”
Kaltura CEO Ron Yekutiel said: “Kaltura’s services and solutions make it easy for service providers and media companies to launch innovative multiscreen OTT TV services quickly and cost-effectively. Our expertise in smart OTT monetisation combined with our market-leading tools to boost viewer engagement means that our customers are able to build strong revenue streams from these new services.”
Kaltura is showing a Smart Video Monetisation Suite that features in-player advertising – using both native players and server-side stitching – along with OTT monetisation, ads, subscription billing and transaction management.
A Video Marketing Solution Suite and a video discovery tool called REACH are also on display.