Opera Launches Next-Generation OTT TV App Technology

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Opera recently launch the latest update to its next-generation TV app technology, Opera TV Snap 3.0 that allows content providers to mix live streaming, video clips and complete series in one app with a navigation category with several access levels. It has expanded to include support for Brightcove Video Cloud, Dailymotion, JW Player, Ooyala, and Zype, empowering content providers to reach new audiences on millions of Smart TV devices.

The latest version of Opera TV Snap brings a complete end-to-end over-the-top (OTT) app generator for broadcasters, content providers, and video on demand (VOD) services, working over its Opera TV’s next-generation OTT platform, Opera TV 2.0 which is supported over 1,200 different Smart TVs, Blu-ray players, and set-top-boxes from leading makers such as Sony, Samsung and TiVo. 

According to Opera, the latest version features a side menu for easier navigation, support for full series content, updated user interface (UI), and improved support for viewer analytics to measure user behavior. Opera TV Snap 3.0 meets the complex needs of broadcasters and content providers enabling full series content to be cataloged and arranged by episode in chronological order. In addition to episode cataloging, Opera TV Snap 3.0 also allows broadcasters to feed live streaming content to viewers on their Smart TVs, Blu-ray players, and set-top-boxes.

Aneesh Rajaram, CEO, Opera TV
Opera TV Snap is the fastest way for broadcasters and VOD services to enter the OTT market. The platform allows them to reach new audiences on the home’s biggest screen, while also enabling content owners to monetize their existing video catalogs through Opera’s own ad networks and partnerships.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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