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Ateme powers TV+, Canal+’s new OTT service

Ateme, the global leader in video compression, delivery and streaming solutions with innovation at its core, today announced that Canal+ is using Ateme NEA solutions for its new streaming offer TV+, which offers more than 80 live and catch-up TV channels, a selection of Canal+ SVOD content and 8 digital channels in one app.

By leveraging Ateme’s NEA solution for manifest manipulation and dynamic ad insertion in live streaming and VOD-to-live workflows, Canal+ will be able to aggregate linear and VOD content from the group’s various channels and reuse them in the new streaming offering.

“With the launch of this new service, Canal+ is positioning itself more than ever as a reference in content aggregation, in particular by leveraging its own large content portfolio to launch new channels,” said Philippe Rivas, Platform Engineering Manager at Canal+. “We are delighted to be working with the Ateme team on this project. The NEA solution we have jointly developed ensures smooth and efficient workflows and completely reinvents the way to build and distribute OTT channels, while ensuring a high-quality end-user experience.”

This new collaboration continues the long-standing partnership between Canal+ and Ateme. Over the years, Ateme has been instrumental in Canal+’s transformation across the entire supply chain, contributing to advances such as high-quality video compression, low-latency OTT streaming, multi-device packaging and most recently dynamic ad insertion.

“We are very proud to continue supporting Canal+ on its path of innovation,” said Remi Beaudouin, Chief Strategy Officer at Ateme. “The television industry is undergoing significant changes and Canal+, through its brand and technological leadership, continues to demonstrate its ability to adapt to these changes and provide new ways to consume video content.”

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