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Connect TV - Hybrid Stream
Connect TV's Hybrid Stream is a pathway to a 24 hour television service. Hybrid Streaming creates an opportunity to utilise both Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) and IP streams.
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The Connect TV Hybrid Stream offers broadcasters a route to a 24 hour service on the Freeview television platform. Connect TV's technology automatically switches between traditional DTT streams and IP broadcast content; helping broadcasters achieve a near continuous stream.
Attract more viewers and higher advertising revenues...
Through a combination of part daytime broadcasting, via DTT, and out of hours IP streaming, broadcasters can better match future investments against key growth areas.
- A simple way to provide a 24 hour presence on the Freeview television platform.
- Hybrid Streaming allows for a near seamless switching from IP to DTT streams.
- Match the method of delivery to compliment the growth of your audience.
- Attract more viewers and higher advertising revenues.
- Hybrid Stream is supported across all D-Book 6.2.1 or later Freeview HD TVs and STBs
- Includes Arqiva's Reporting tool; an easy-to-read online reporting tool that provides valuable information about your channel’s performance.
- Hybrid Stream appears as a normal broadcast channel.
- Delivered as part of a complete end-to-end service with DTT and streaming included.
- Covered by our high availability service level agreements - just like a broadcast channel.
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