Sky TV New Zealand Launches Sky Go on iOS with Adobe Primetime

Sky TV NZ launched its new Sky Go application for iOS leveraging Adobe Primetime Player SDKs and Adobe Primetime Cloud DRM. The iOS app provides viewers with instant access to 10 premium live-streaming channels and the Android version is scheduled to be released later this year.

Sky TV App

Adobe Primetime DRM recently launched a cloud-based deployment option to complement the on-premises solution. All major studios have approved apps and services that use Adobe’s DECE-approved DRM, which provides an easy-to-deploy, end-to-end DRM solution integrated with the Adobe Primetime Player SDKs. Adobe now offers the ability to run the same DRM-protected video stream on all Adobe Primetime enabled platforms, including desktops (see demo), iOS, Android, Roku, and Xbox — with more to come. The single publishing and monetization workflow leads to significantly lower operational costs.

If you are located in New Zealand, please download the Sky Go application directly from the iOS App Store and let us know what you think. For more information on Adobe Primetime, visit this blog, follow us on Twitter, or check out the website.

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Jens Loeffler

About Jens Loeffler

Jens Loeffler is a senior technical evangelist on Adobe's Media Solutions product management team focusing on online video and services. Equipped with a media computer science degree, Jens started his career in the agency world and has been living and breathing online video and mobile for the last decade. Currently Jens provides thought leadership as a public speaker and panelist at numerous industry events, and maintains a well-recognized blog covering industry trends. When he isn't working on secret projects at Adobe, Jens compensates with long runs, hikes and walks with his furry companion, and is an excellent guide to judge the authenticity of German cuisine in NYC.

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