Zype, a leading provider of streaming video infrastructure, announced today that its Playout 2.0 is a Best New Streaming Technology winner in the 2021 NAB Show Product of the Year Awards. This official awards program recognizes the most significant and promising new products and technologies showcased by corporate partners of NAB Show.
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Zype Playout 2.0 represents a new generation of live-linear streaming capabilities that make it possible for anyone to curate a range of content types and formats into a singular linear channel and distribute it to consumer-facing endpoints. Users of Zype Playout 2.0 easily build and monetize linear TV channels through the drag-and-drop programming of live and on-demand videos lowering the time, cost and expertise required to grow viewership on OTT, FAST, mobile and social video platforms.
NAB Show Product of the Year Award Winners were selected by a panel of industry experts in 16 categories and announced in a live awards ceremony on NAB Amplify on November 3. To be eligible for an award, nominated products had to come from companies scheduled to exhibit in either the 2020 or 2021 NAB Show and are delivered within the 2021 calendar year.
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“Nominees like Zype are revolutionizing the way people experience media and entertainment,” said NAB Executive Vice President of Conventions and Business Operations Chris Brown. “The 2021 NAB Show Product of the Year Awards highlight the best of what’s new and celebrates the breakthroughs and advancements within the content industry.”
“Zype Playout 2.0 delivers one of the most flexible virtual live-linear playout solutions to increase consumer engagement for video-centric brands,” said Ed Laczynski, CEO Zype. “This recognition from NAB as a Product of the Year Award supports our mission to connect the world’s streaming video and viewers through an API-first infrastructure for video.”