Four Takeaways from NAB 2019

OTT, SSAI, and Low Latency Streaming all were hot topics of conversation at the annual NAB Show in Las Vegas. Here's what JW Player executives took away!

Introducing OTT Apps from JW Player

With the rise of smartphones and the development of cord-cutting from millennials to baby boomers, video viewing habits have changed dramatically over the last decade. This trend has provided media brands with more opportunities than ever to reach their audiences.

We’re bringing the show to connected TVs around the world at NAB Show - April 6th to 11th.  


Article Matching: It’s About Time

Stop digging through your library to find a video that goes with your article - let JW Player’s AI do it for you.

How many times have you clicked on an article and you’ve seen a video alongside it that has little or nothing at all to do with the subject of the post?

A completely random or inappropriate video attached to a page will have an adverse affect on your audience’s experience, and leave a lasting impact on your brand.


From Millennial to the Mainstream: Four Fast Facts about OTT, Connected TVs & the Cord-Cutting Revolution

OTT isn’t just for the kids anymore.


By the end of 2019, it will be almost impossible to buy a “dumb” television.

Video has moved from the TV to the computer to the phone and now coming full circle back to the television sets around the world.

We’ve compiled a few fast facts about the proliferation of connected TVs and OTT programming to show why leading media companies are turning back to the tube to help grow their audience and monetize their shows and content.

Three Keys for Video from CES 2019

8K TVs, Apple & Amazon making OTT moves, and making sense of the fractured landscape all led the way at the annual consumer electronics show in Las Vegas.


Every year the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada welcomes leaders and innovators from across a bevy of industries. What started as a show for the latest gadgets has transformed into a show welcoming close to 200,000 people from across a diverse set of industries from transportation to television and healthcare to home building.