Customer: TR Warszawa
TR Warszawa, a modern performing arts theater in Warsaw, Poland, responded to production closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic with an ambitious goal: to securely stream performances of its plays online and monetize them to support its business. In just a matter of weeks, it needed to design and implement a video-on-demand (VOD) solution that would let viewers pay to watch plays on their televisions and mobile devices at home.
Customer: KBF (Kraków Festival Office)
The city of Kraków in Poland has a lively cultural scene. Every year, KBF (Kraków Festival Office) hosts a range of internationally renowned cultural events and festivals in the city. These events cover a wide range of different disciplines, from music and theatre to film and literature. Having been named the European City of Culture in 2000, these events are an important and integral part of the city’s heritage. Keen to ensure that people across the globe could continue to engage with these events, the city of Kraków tasked KBF with delivering that same great content via a digital platform.
Customer: The Austrian Parliament
The Austrian Parliament places a great deal of importance on engagement with citizens. The parliamentary sittings are already open to the public and the parliament had introduced a live streaming platform in 2019, allowing interested citizens to access proceedings without having to attend in person. However, it was looking to improve the platform with a secure, scalable, cloud-based infrastructure. The Austrian Parliament worked with ORS and Insys VT to launch an OTT platform for parliamentary sessions.
Customer: PAOK FC
For the 2019-20 football season, PAOK FC launched the new PAOK TV, an OTT platform that provides live matches, postgame shows, and on-demand content directly to fans across Greece and the world. The initial launch disrupted football TV Rights in Greece, demonstrating a new way to broadcast the matches and exploit new technologies. It enabled the club to manage its own TV rights exclusively across the world.
Customer: The Polish Arthouse Cinemas Association
MOJEeKINO.pl is a video-on-demand (VOD) platform connecting more than 40 arthouse cinemas to bring the cinema to viewers’ homes across Poland. Consumers can purchase access to a movie from the available programming, with the proceeds going to the cinema hosting the film. The project was implemented within just a couple of weeks in response to the closure of cinemas due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Customer: Sport Lisboa e Benfica
SL Benfica is the most successful football team in Portugal. The club wanted to create Netflix-like VOD portal with football matches, behind the scenes, training sessions and dressing rooms content. In just 4 weeks Insys VT implemented a Benfica Play platform based on the Insys Sport solution.
Customer: simpliTV (austrian television provider ORS)
simpliTV previously offered its customers basic live streaming of just eight channels, which were only available on iOS and Android devices. With the new InsysPLAY-powered simpliTV OTT service, viewers can watch well over 40 live channels from multiple providers on a wide array of platforms.
Customer: nc+ (ITI Neovision)
Canal+ Sport Online provides Canal+ subscribers in Poland with access to many sporting events, all via dedicated apps for phones and tablets running Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Via the multiscreen app, Canal+ Sport HD subscribers can also view live event statistics. The app has over 80,000 users.
Customer: Netia SA
Netia SA is one of the largest – and fastest growing – independent telecommunications operators in Poland. It provides comprehensive, integrated and user-friendly online solutions. The number of active customers of television services in the segment of individual customers exceeds 160,000.
Inea – a cable television operator offering telecommunications services to over 200,000 inhabitants of the Wielkopolska province (Poland). The operator offers digital (SD and HD) and analogue television, fixed and mobile Internet access, and also fixed and mobile telephony.