OKAST, the turnkey solution for the creation of white label streaming platforms, continues to expand its range of services by enabling its customers to deploy TV applications in just a few clicks.
After being deployed on the operator Fransat at the end of 2019, OPSIS TV (the Netflix for theater) and DOCS TV (the documentary platform offering more than 1,500 films) are now available on the PlayStore Google Android TV. This integration allows the two SVOD (Subscription Video On Demand) to be available on compatible TVs (Sony, Panasonic, Philips, Sharp,…), French box operators such as Freebox mini 4K, Bbox Miami, SFR Connect TV as well as foreign boxes (Xiaomi, AT&T, Dish…).
The launch of these two applications, published by HDP Interactive, is a result of the current strong growth in SVOD consumption. Since March 16th and the beginning of the lockdown, Docs TV and Opsis TV have seen a significant growth of their subscribers, looking for diversified cultural contents.
Resulting from a partnership between OKAST and NGINE, the Android TV applications offer an optimized TV experience version of the existing web and mobile platforms.
OKAST makes it possible to create and control, from a single interface, audio or video streaming platforms that can be deployed on all types of devices and throughout the world, in just a few hours.
Cédric Monnier, CEO: “Reaching the largest possible audience is a key issue for the growth of any video streaming service. With the addition of Android TV, we are taking a strategic step forward, enabling our customers to be available now on more than 400 devices, including both OTT and connected TVs and a large base of IPTV boxes around the world”.