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Synamedia CEO Yves Padrines

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11/27/2018 | 3:54:53 PM
Good luck
unified view/search: Love to see if any major or minor OTT player willing to open up their metadata with SP or Synamedia. They are called OTT because they want to bypass the traditional delivery model. Even with Youtube data API it's painful to integrate with 3rd party. Interested to see how this evolves and any operator could influence OTT player to open up unless Synamedia partner with these 100's of ott players in the back end. 

video service piracy: Piracy will be there as long as content reachability/availability/consumability/affordability is a question. Even with Prime/netflix/Hotstar/and many other options combined with cheapest mobile data, Piracy is still a major issue in India. It's $2-5 ARPU markets that's creating challenges. Preventing Password sharing etc are a terrible idea by legacy players and the OTT players will happily enjoy the cord cutting. 
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