The new technology service solution will enable broadcasters, distributors, content owners as well as sports-tech companies to stream live and on-demand video or audio content on multiple devices like the web, mobile, and Smart TV
A new technology service solution called Stream-Sense has been launched by the Media and Entertainment Company – IN10 Media Network. Besides streaming services DocuBay and EPIC ON, IN10 Media owns channels such EPIC TV and Ishara-Zindagi ka Nazara.
The new technology service solution will enable broadcasters, distributors, content owners as well as sports-tech companies to stream live and on-demand video or audio content on multiple devices like the web, mobile, and Smart TV, the firm said in a statement.
Along with a specialized team, Sourjya Mohanty will be in charge of the new technology service solution vertical along with a specialized team. Mohanty currently heads the network’s OTT (over-the-top) streaming platform, EPIC ON, which a library of infotainment and kids content.
“IN10 Media Network is committed to the development of the broadcast and digital ecosystem in the country. And with Stream-Sense, we aim to drive the growth of content platforms by providing them swift technology to reach out to a large section of audience”, Aditya Pittie, managing director of IN10 Media Network, said in a statement.
Mohanty said that the aim of the new technology service solution is to help clients make sense of their end-to-end streaming requirements across audio, video, gaming, and e-Books.
“We have developed 30 plus key components indigenously to provide technology to our clients”, said Mohanty.
By offering a better quality of steaming to their audience and monetization routes, Stream-Sense, the new technology service solution, will help creators, publishers, and existing platforms businesses to improve revenue, Mohanty added.
EPIC, the infotainment channel owned by IN10 Media Network, strengthening its digital engagement, had announced the launch of EPIC Digital Originals. Catering to the age group of 18 to 40 years, these shows will reach out to wider audiences via YouTube and Facebook, the company had said in a statement.
This January, the company had entered the Hindi general entertainment market with a new channel called Ishara – Zindagi ka Nazara. It had said it was staring with four shows, each deep-rooted in culture but perceived with a modern lens, including a mythological Paapnaashini Ganga, romantic-thriller Agni-Vayu, and two drama shows Humkadam and Janani.
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