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Adobe Primetime Receives “Most Significant Impact Award” at TV of Tomorrow Show

This week we’re sur­rounded by some of the bright­est minds in the indus­try at the TV of Tomor­row Show in San Fran­cisco. The Adobe Prime­time team is there in full force dis­cussing the future of dig­i­tal TV and how we’re work­ing with part­ners and cus­tomers to advance the indus­try.

Ear­lier today, our own Tamara Gaffney, who runs the Adobe Dig­i­tal Index team, pre­sented the lat­est trends and insights from our Q1 U.S. Dig­i­tal Video Bench­mark Report, show­ing that online TV con­sump­tion is up 246% YoY (see sep­a­rate post). Our VP of Video Solu­tions, Jeremy Helfand, then spoke on a panel with other indus­try exec­u­tives from BSkyB, CTAM, Disney/ABC Tele­vi­sion Group, NBC Uni­ver­sal, Nielsen and nScreen­Media about the cur­rent state and future of TV Every­where. Kelash Kumar, group pro­duct man­ager for Adobe Prime­time, will end the day speak­ing on a panel with other indus­try lumi­nar­ies about how “server-to-screen” strate­gies can pre­pare con­tent own­ers for the future of video dis­tri­b­u­tion. It’s reward­ing see­ing so much momen­tum in the indus­try and con­nect­ing with so many of our cus­tomers and part­ners.

Jeremy Helfand (center), VP of Adobe Primetime, discusses the future of TV Everywhere on a panel at The TV of Tomorrow Show

Jeremy Helfand (cen­ter), VP of Adobe Prime­time, dis­cusses the future of TV Every­where on a panel at The TV of Tomor­row Show

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Tamara Gaffney, prin­ci­pal ana­lyst for Adobe Dig­i­tal Index, presents the lat­est find­ings on the growth of TV Every­where in the U.S.

Top­ping off a great first day at the TVOT Show, we were hon­ored that Adobe Prime­time was pre­sented with the “Most Sig­nif­i­cant Impact Award” as part of the 11th Annual Awards for Lead­er­ship in Inter­ac­tive and Mul­ti­plat­form Tele­vi­sion, which rec­og­nize both cor­po­rate and indi­vid­ual achieve­ment in the mul­ti­plat­form inter­ac­tive TV space. The “Most Sig­nif­i­cant Impact Award” rec­og­nizes the com­pany and pro­duct that had the most sig­nif­i­cant impact on the over­all indus­try over the past year.

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Adobe’s Jeremy Helfand accepts the “Most Sig­nif­i­cant Impact Award” for Adobe Prime­time at The TV of Tomor­row Show

Adobe Prime­time has expe­ri­enced strong momen­tum since debut­ing at The 2013 NAB Show, and we’re con­tin­u­ing to inno­vate on our mul­ti­screen TV plat­form with feed­back from through­out the indus­try. This award fur­ther val­i­dates our efforts to cre­ate amaz­ing TV expe­ri­ence every­where, and we appre­ci­ate the recog­ni­tion from the award com­mit­tee and our col­leagues. We would also like to con­grat­u­late our fel­low award nom­i­nees and recip­i­ents for their com­mit­ment to mak­ing the vision for the future of TV a real­ity.

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UPDATE (6/11/14): Beet TV inter­viewed Adobe’s Jeremy Helfand about the rise in TV Every­where con­sump­tion across devices:

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Online TV Consumption Hits New Record, Up 246% YoY

We’ve said it before, but the days of watch­ing TV on a tele­vi­sion in the liv­ing room are long gone. To meet rapidly evolv­ing con­sumer expec­ta­tions for the TV con­tent they want, the TV indus­try is find­ing new ways to bring their con­tent to what­ever screen audi­ences want to watch. Given the del­uge of con­nected devices from tablets and smart­phones to game con­soles and over-the-top (OTT) devices, easy access to con­tent is tak­ing TV Every­where con­sump­tion to new heights.

Today, we released our Q1 2014 U.S. Video Bench­mark Report which exam­i­nes TV Every­where and non-authen­ti­cated online video trends. The find­ings were stag­ger­ing with online TV con­sump­tion reach­ing an all-time high – up 246% year-over-year (YoY). Our analy­sis is based on aggre­gated and anony­mous data from 1300+ media/entertainment sites between Q1 2013 and Q1 2014. It includes 151 bil­lion total online video starts and 1.3 bil­lion TV Every­where authen­ti­ca­tions across 250 pay-TV ser­vice providers cov­er­ing 99% of pay-TV house­holds in the U.S. A few other key find­ings:

  • Game con­soles and OTT devices saw the strongest mar­ket share growth increas­ing 539% YoY.
  • iOS apps sur­passed browsers for the first time as the most pop­u­lar access point for online TV achiev­ing a 43% mar­ket share (com­pared to a 36% mar­ket share for browsers)
  • More U.S. pay-TV house­holds (21%) accessed TV Every­where con­tent across devices in Q1 than ever before (com­pared to 16% six months ago)
  • Unique TV Every­where vis­i­tors to web­sites and apps per month increased by 157% YoY, while the num­ber of TV Every­where streams (live, VOD and lin­ear) watched per vis­i­tor each month rose 133% YoY.
  • Using a sam­ple size of 1300+ Adobe Mar­ket­ing Cloud cus­tomers, 35.6 bil­lion online videos includ­ing user-gen­er­ated con­tent were viewed world­wide – an unprece­dented amount, up 43% YoY.

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TV truly is every­where now – with more than one fifth of all pay-TV house­holds in the U.S. watch­ing TV online across screens. Check out our full report for the com­plete find­ings and method­ol­ogy. The New York Times also cov­ered our report. We’ll be pre­sent­ing these find­ings and dis­cussing indus­try trends at The TV of Tomor­row Show in San Fran­cisco, June 11–12, so hope to see you there.

Stay tuned for more news and indus­try insights com­ing soon. For the lat­est Adobe Prime­time updates, sub­scribe to our blog updates, fol­low us on Twit­ter, and check out our web­site.

 

Adobe Primetime Supports Adobe Marketing Cloud Exchange

We’ve reached another excit­ing mile­stone in the evo­lu­tion of Adobe Prime­time.Our cus­tomers and the mar­ket have com­monly posi­tioned Adobe as a com­pany enabling a strong and com­pet­i­tive ecosys­tem for video. Today, at Adobe’s EMEA Dig­i­tal Mar­ket­ing Sum­mit in Lon­don, we released the Adobe Mar­ket­ing Cloud Exchange along with the evo­lu­tion of a video deliv­ery ecosys­tem sup­port­ing Adobe Prime­time.

Adobe Mar­ket­ing Cloud Exchange is a new mar­ket­place for pre-built inte­gra­tions and apps between Adobe solu­tions and third-party tech­nolo­gies. When you visit the site, it is clear that the inte­gra­tion of mul­ti­ple data-dri­ven orga­ni­za­tions within Adobe Dig­i­tal Mar­ket­ing Cloud can ben­e­fit com­pa­nies build­ing their busi­ness on video. Data solu­tions that inte­grate with Adobe Prime­time enable a much broader scope of the plat­form that broad­cast­ers increas­ingly use.

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Here are five great exam­ples of com­pa­nies con­tribut­ing to sup­port a scal­able Adobe Prime­time solu­tion:

  • Ele­men­tal Tech­nolo­giesSoft­ware-defined video pro­cess­ing solu­tions from Ele­men­tal inte­grate seam­lessly with Adobe Prime­time to enable the deliv­ery and mon­e­ti­za­tion of pre­mium con­tent to IP-con­nected screens. Ele­men­tal video pro­cess­ing com­po­nents sup­port deliv­ery of live, lin­ear and video-on-demand (VOD) con­tent for Adobe Prime­time-sup­ported mul­ti­screen deploy­ments.
  • Ird­etoIrdeto’s Mul­ti­screen Rights allow con­tent own­ers and dis­trib­u­tors to pro­tect their valu­able dig­i­tal con­tent and man­age how that con­tent is accessed by con­sumers across devices. Through an intu­itive inter­face, con­tent own­ers and dis­trib­u­tors can eas­ily con­fig­ure con­tent view­ing rules that sup­port their busi­ness mod­els.
  • Microsoft Azure Media Ser­vicesPre-inte­grated with Adobe Primetime’s TV pub­lish­ing and mon­e­ti­za­tion plat­form, includ­ing Adobe Prime­time Player SDKs for Android, iOS, Win­dows, Mac OS and other plat­forms, Microsoft Azure Media Ser­vices ensures full scal­a­bil­ity and mon­e­ti­za­tion of video streams across an unlim­ited num­ber of global house­holds.
  • the­P­lat­form Media com­pa­nies rely on thePlatform’s lead­ing online video pub­lish­ing and man­age­ment solu­tions as their open, cen­tral hub for man­ag­ing, mon­e­tiz­ing, and syn­di­cat­ing bil­lions of Inter­net video views each year. thePlatform’s ser­vices provide unmatched ver­sa­til­ity for design­ing and sup­port­ingstream­ing video busi­nesses on PCs, mobile devices, and TV.
  • You.IYou.i Engine is the inter­face engine for TV Every­where. It plugs into the tools used by inter­face design­ers and brings their designs to life in one code­base that quickly runs on any screen. It also inte­grates with your video infra­struc­ture, includ­ing Adobe Prime­time.

Stay tuned for more part­ners listed on the Adobe Mar­ket­ing Cloud Exchange com­ing soon.We hope you check it out to learn how com­pa­nies you may be work­ing with are already sup­port­ing Adobe Prime­time. For the lat­est Adobe Prime­time updates, visit this blog, fol­low us on Twit­ter, and check out our web­site.

Adobe Primetime Drives New TV Everywhere Records with Sochi Olympics

Since launch­ing last April, Adobe Prime­time has achieved sev­eral mile­stones – most recently, part­ner­ing with NBC Sports to bring the 2014 Win­ter Olympics to U.S. view­ers across every con­nected screen. Adobe Prime­time pow­ered the online deliv­ery of all live and on-demand Olympic sport­ing events in four cru­cial areas: Play­back of broad­cast TV across desk­tops, iOS, Android, and Com­cast X1 devices; Viewer authen­ti­ca­tion; Video ana­lyt­ics, and Ad inser­tion.

The Sochi Games were the most watched dig­i­tal Win­ter Olympics in his­tory, with an unprece­dented num­ber of U.S. view­ers watch­ing the Games on their PCs, tablets and smart­phones. To put things in per­spec­tive:

  • More than 80 mil­lion authen­ti­cated streams (con­sumers log­ging in with their pay-TV sub­scrip­tion infor­ma­tion) were deliv­ered to U.S. view­ers.
  • 10.8 mil­lion hours of video were con­sumed across NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports Live Extra mobile app, and 80% of this hap­pened via authen­ti­cated live streams.
  • 16.5 mil­lion view­ers in the U.S. watched the Olympics online.

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The Win­ter Olympics served as another tes­ta­ment to the momen­tum behind TV Every­where. We’ve been lead­ing the charge around TV Every­where with Adobe Prime­time and the val­i­da­tion we’ve received from cus­tomers and part­ners has only strength­ened our com­mit­ment to deliv­er­ing a bet­ter-than-broad­cast TV expe­ri­ence across any screen.

For the lat­est Adobe Prime­time updates, visit this blog, fol­low us on Twit­ter, and check out our web­site.

Adobe Primetime Honored with CableFAX Tech Award

Fresh off the heels of the Sochi Win­ter Games, where Adobe Prime­time suc­cess­fully pow­ered the online deliv­ery of all live and on-demand Olympic sport­ing events, our team con­tin­ues to make waves in the indus­try. Today, we’re hon­ored to receive the Cable­FAX Tech Award in the “New Pro­duct Award (Vendor/Operator)” cat­e­gory. The Cable­FAX Tech Award recip­i­ents are the for­ward think­ing tech gurus who con­tinue to rev­o­lu­tion­ize cable tech­nol­ogy with their amaz­ing prod­ucts, cam­paigns and part­ner­ships. Adobe Prime­time also received an hon­or­able men­tion for the Cable­FAX Dig­i­tal Awards in the “Best TV Every­where Por­tal Site (Ven­dor)” cat­e­gory. Addi­tion­ally, our own Jens Loef­fler was named to CableFAX’s Dig­i­tal Hot List, which hon­ors exec­u­tives shep­herd­ing inno­va­tion and pro­gress in social media, dig­i­tal dis­tri­b­u­tion, app devel­op­ment, web con­tent, tech­nol­ogy strat­egy, TV Everywhere/authentication, and other cut­ting-edge mul­ti­plat­form projects.

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Stay tuned for more Adobe Prime­time news com­ing up at The NAB Show in April.

For the lat­est Adobe Prime­time updates, visit this blog, fol­low us on Twit­ter, and check out our web­site.

Adobe & RDK — Powering Next Generation In-Home TV Experiences (Part 2)

Adobe has a rich legacy of lead­ing the deliv­ery of Inter­net video (IP video), with Adobe Flash Player pow­er­ing the vast major­ity of desk­top video expe­ri­ences. Today, Adobe Primetime’s IP video lead­er­ship pow­ers numer­ous live and on-demand video expe­ri­ences across iOS and Android devices, such as NBC Sports Live Extra and Comcast’s XFINITY TV Go apps. How­ever, what is less known is that Adobe Prime­time tech­nol­ogy is pre-inte­grated with the next gen­er­a­tion set top boxes includ­ing the Com­cast X1 Plat­form based on the Ref­er­ence Design Kit (RDK).

       

Com­cast has inte­grated Adobe Prime­time inside of its ship­ping set top box imple­men­ta­tion of the RDK Media Frame­work and actively uses Adobe capa­bil­i­ties for full-fea­tured TV expe­ri­ences deliv­ered over the Inter­net. Adobe pro­vides crit­i­cal capa­bil­i­ties that enhance the view­ing expe­ri­ence includ­ing:

  • DRM and con­tent pro­tec­tion

  • Live and Video On Demand play­back

  • Offline play­back

  • HD video play­back

  • Adap­tive bitrate

  • Trick play

  • DVR

  • Alter­nate audio

  • Closed cap­tion­ing

  • Sup­port for SCTE-style dig­i­tal pro­gram inser­tion (DPI) sig­nal­ing

  • Dynamic ad inser­tion with black­out sig­nal­ing

Adobe is proud of the con­tri­bu­tions we’ve made to IP video deliv­ery over the past 12 years and watch­ing the incred­i­ble expe­ri­ences that our cus­tomers offer to push the indus­try for­ward. Adobe’s sup­port for the next gen­er­a­tion set top boxes and the evo­lu­tion of video deliv­ery inno­va­tion is chang­ing how we engage with video in and beyond the liv­ing room.

Video oper­a­tors con­sid­er­ing using the RDK can eas­ily lever­age the core fea­tures of Adobe Prime­time as part of their RDK imple­men­ta­tion. To learn more about RDK, visit the web­site. To learn more about Adobe Prime­time, visit our web­site. If you would like to expe­ri­ence Adobe Prime­time in action, check out The X1 Plat­form by XFINITY from Com­cast.

[View part one of the blog post here.]

Adobe & RDK — Powering Next Generation In-Home TV Experiences (Part 1)

The way we all watch TV is chang­ing, and lots of peo­ple in the indus­try are excited about play­ing a part in the trans­for­ma­tion of how video is deliv­ered and con­sumed. It’s no longer about the 1000 chan­nel uni­verse — it is now much big­ger and more rel­e­vant to the con­sumer.

The rela­tion­ship with our TV is chang­ing and we demand more from the big screen that sits in the cen­ter of our liv­ing room — and from the com­pa­nies who provide news and enter­tain­ment. Addi­tion­ally, our rela­tion­ship and expec­ta­tions with those who we pay for access to video is also chang­ing and there are more and more ways to get great con­tent on that big screen.

Adobe is com­ing to a liv­ing room near you to help pay-TV servce providers deliver the expe­ri­ences you want. Through long-stand­ing part­ner­ships with video oper­a­tors, chipset ven­dors, set top box man­u­fac­tures and an indus­try group known as RDK Man­age­ment, LLC, Adobe is lever­ag­ing its core DNA in video deliv­ery, video expe­ri­ence, pro­tec­tion, ana­lyt­ics and adver­tis­ing to help change the way con­sumers enjoy TV.

Cable com­pa­nies, tel­cos, satel­lite com­pa­nies and indus­try groups are respond­ing to con­sumer demand and chang­ing how they think about the deliv­ery of video ser­vices into the home. Large broad­cast­ers are not the only source of TV pro­gram­ming now — the staid set-top box (STB) is get­ting a whole lot smarter.

The evo­lu­tion of pay TV will affect every­thing from how you inter­act with your chan­nel guide, record shows, search for video-on-demand (VOD), and watch TV on mobile devices. So how do we make the expe­ri­ence bet­ter? First, STB man­u­fac­tur­ers like Pace, Arris, Cisco, and Tech­ni­color agree to a com­mon set of stan­dards. Then, lead­ing pay-TV ser­vice providers, such as Com­cast, DirecTV, and Lib­erty Global, and lead­ers in TV Every­where and IPTV deliv­ery such as Adobe, col­lab­o­rate and develop a com­mon soft­ware frame­work that can evolve as fast as your mobile phone. The result is deliv­er­ing the best video expe­ri­ence in your liv­ing room. So the indus­try col­lab­o­rated, and the result is the Ref­er­ence Design Kit (RDK).

Image courtesy of Reference Design Kit (http://rdkcentral.com/about-rdk/)

Image cour­tesy of Ref­er­ence Design Kit (http://rdkcentral.com/about-rdk/)

Com­pa­nies like Com­cast that took the lead in this devel­op­ment use RDK to power its X1 oper­at­ing sys­tem, deliv­er­ing a much richer expe­ri­ence to their sub­scribers, and expand the tra­di­tional cable box into an intel­li­gent gate­way that can sup­port video apps. Other top-tier global com­pa­nies such as Lib­erty Global, Time Warner Cable and Kabel Deutsch­land are also lever­ag­ing the RDK to sig­nif­i­cantly improve the view­ing expe­ri­ence.

In this video, Com­cast dis­cussed how they’re work­ing with Adobe to cre­ate next-gen­er­a­tion tele­vi­sion expe­ri­ences for their sub­scribers:

[View part two of the blog post here.]

 

Adobe Primetime Wins 2013 Digiday Video Award

It’s been quite a week for the Adobe Prime­time team – from receiv­ing a 2014 SIIA Con­tent CODiE Award in the “Best Video Plat­form for Media & Pub­lish­ers” cat­e­gory to announc­ing that NBC Sports is using Adobe Prime­time to power the 2014 Olympic Win­ter Games in the U.S. across desk­tops and mobile devices, includ­ing iOS, Android, Mac OS, Win­dows, and oth­ers. We also released a Q4 Dig­i­tal Video Bench­mark Report, which looks at dig­i­tal video view­ing trends and offers some pre­dic­tions based on 22.5 bil­lion online video starts, 574 mil­lion authen­ti­cated streams (TV Every­where), and sur­vey results from 400 U.S. sports view­ers about their new view­ing habits. All of this momen­tum fur­ther val­i­dates the work we’re doing with Adobe Prime­time to deliver an amaz­ing broad­cast TV expe­ri­ence to every IP-con­nected device.

To cap off a great week, we’re thrilled to be a recip­i­ent of a 2013 Digi­day Video Award for “Best Video Tech­nol­ogy Inno­va­tion.” The Digi­day Video Awards honor over­all excel­lence and break­through achieve­ment in video media, mar­ket­ing and adver­tis­ing by rec­og­niz­ing brands, agen­cies, pub­lish­ers and tech­nol­ogy providers. Win­ners were announced at an award cer­e­mony in New York City on Thurs­day night. We would like to thank the judges for hon­or­ing our achieve­ments with Adobe Prime­time alongside our indus­try col­leagues. There’s a lot of inno­v­a­tive work hap­pen­ing with TV Every­where, and we’re glad to be part of it by lead­ing the indus­try for­ward.

For the lat­est Adobe Prime­time updates, visit this blog, fol­low us on Twit­ter, and check out the web­site.

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Adobe Primetime & NBC Sports Go for the Gold at the 2014 Winter Olympics

Adobe Prime­time has been pow­er­ing NBC Sports across screens since the 2012 Sum­mer Olympics in Lon­don. By gath­er­ing feed­back directly from NBC and its view­ers, we’ve con­tin­u­ally enhanced Adobe Prime­time — and the result is a more dynamic, more engag­ing view­ing expe­ri­ence, on more screens, for sports fans every­where.

Today, we announced that NBC Olympics, a divi­sion of the NBC Sports Group, has selected Adobe Prime­time to power the 2014 Olympic Win­ter Games in the U.S. across desk­tops and mobile devices, includ­ing iOS, Android, Mac OS, Win­dows, and oth­ers.

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Here are some high­lights of the upcom­ing Olympics expe­ri­ence for view­ers:

  1. Com­pre­hen­sive cov­er­age across more screens and device types. For the first time, every event will be avail­able on every con­nected screen, live and on-demand. This means that view­ers will be able to watch the action as it unfolds on any device, or view it later with full event replay. With the Sochi Games, we’ve expanded cov­er­age to the X1 Plat­form by XFINITY from Com­cast — the first IP-based set-top box to deliver live cov­er­age through Adobe Prime­time.

  2. Sim­pli­fy­ing the authen­ti­ca­tion process. We’re work­ing with five MVPDs to make watch­ing the Games on devices as easy as chang­ing the chan­nel. Sub­scribers of Cable­vi­sion, Com­cast, Cox, and Mid­con­ti­nent pay-TV ser­vices will be able to bypass the login page of the NBC Sports Live Extra expe­ri­ence when access­ing the site and apps from within their homes.

  3. Deliv­er­ing on the promise of dynamic adver­tis­ing. In another indus­try first, broad­cast tele­vi­sion com­mer­cials will be replaced dynam­i­cally across every screen for live and on-demand view­ing. NBC Sports is lever­ag­ing its legacy ad serv­ing infra­struc­ture for cam­paign man­age­ment and ad deci­sion­ing, while Adobe Prime­time will han­dle the ad inser­tion process to manip­u­late and weave con­tent and ads together into a sin­gle stream. The result is more-rel­e­vant ads, a buffer-free view­ing expe­ri­ence, and more ad rev­enue for NBC.

In addi­tion to all the enhance­ments to improve the view­ing expe­ri­ence, we’re also con­tin­u­ing to work hard to scale our offer­ing for NBC and other broad­cast­ers and MVPDs. Advance­ments like enter­prise-grade out­age pro­tec­tion will ensure unin­ter­rupted deliv­ery for NBC’s broad­cast oper­a­tions team, and our work with Microsoft via Win­dows Azure Media Ser­vices (see press release) makes it even eas­ier for pro­gram­mers and oper­a­tors to embrace cloud-based video deliv­ery.

Our Adobe Dig­i­tal Index team also released a Q4 Dig­i­tal Video Bench­mark Report, which looks at dig­i­tal video view­ing trends and offers some pre­dic­tions based on 22.5 bil­lion online video starts, 574 mil­lion authen­ti­cated streams (TV Every­where), and sur­vey results from 400 U.S. sports view­ers about their new view­ing habits.

We hope you enjoy watch­ing the Win­ter Olympics as never before — on the IP-con­nected screen of your choice, live and on-demand — and that the Adobe Prime­time-enabled view­ing expe­ri­ence shows you that the future of TV is here.

Adobe Primetime Wins 2014 SIIA Content CODiE Award

2013 was a busy year for Adobe Prime­time, from bring­ing the full solu­tion to mar­ket to build­ing on cus­tomer and part­ner momen­tum. We’ve hit the ground run­ning in 2014 with some excit­ing news on the hori­zon, and we’re thrilled to announce that Adobe Prime­time was just named a 2014 SIIA Con­tent CODiE Award win­ner in the “Best Video Plat­form for Media & Pub­lish­ers” cat­e­gory.

Dur­ing the past 28 years, the Soft­ware & Infor­ma­tion Indus­try Asso­ci­a­tion (SIIA) CODiE Awards have rec­og­nized more than 1,000 soft­ware and infor­ma­tion com­pa­nies for achiev­ing excel­lence. The CODiE Awards are the only peer-rec­og­nized pro­gram in the con­tent, edu­ca­tion, and soft­ware indus­tries. There were 91 final­ists across 26 cat­e­gories for the SIIA Con­tent CODiE Awards rep­re­sent­ing the infor­ma­tion industry’s best prod­ucts, tech­nolo­gies, and ser­vices cre­ated by or for media, pub­lish­ers, and infor­ma­tion ser­vices providers. SIIA’s rig­or­ous judg­ing, eval­u­a­tion and vot­ing process is explained here.

Adobe Primetime’s CODiE Award win val­i­dates the inno­va­tion, vision and indus­try impact we’re deliv­er­ing as we extend TV beyond the liv­ing room and bring it to every IP-con­nected screen. We’re giv­ing pro­gram­mers and cable oper­a­tors the abil­ity to stream, pro­tect, ana­lyze and mon­e­tize video across desk­tops and devices. It’s an honor to be rec­og­nized by SIIA alongside so many inno­v­a­tive play­ers in the soft­ware indus­try.

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We’d also like to con­grat­u­late our fel­low Adobe Mar­ket­ing Cloud win­ners in the fol­low­ing Con­tent CODiE Award cat­e­gories:

Lastly, we’d like to say con­grats to our own Jens Loef­fler, who was named to CableFAX’s Dig­i­tal Hot List, which “rec­og­nizes exec­u­tives shep­herd­ing inno­va­tion and pro­gress in social media, dig­i­tal dis­tri­b­u­tion, app devel­op­ment, web con­tent, tech­nol­ogy strat­egy, TV Everywhere/authentication and other cut­ting-edge mul­ti­plat­form projects.”

Stay tuned for some news around Adobe Prime­time com­ing next week. For the lat­est Adobe Prime­time updates, visit this blog, fol­low us on Twit­ter, and check out the web­site.