Blog : Video On Demand

  • Pivotshare launches elegant channel layout for VOD platform

    Preparing for the upcoming holiday season, Pivotshare decided to give their clients an early gift by unveiling their complete channel design reboot this week. The company says they have gathered customer input from the last year of business and compiled this data to inform the design and UI directions that these new layouts took. Already known for the clean feel of their channels and unobtrusiveness of their embed player, Pivotshare hopes that this new design scheme will further differentiate the company in the market.

  • Art of Strength On Demand VOD Fitness Channel

    Anthony DiLuglio is serious when he says that his workouts can save your life. Probably because they literally saved his. In 2005, after already working as a successful trainer in the fitness industry, Anthony was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer which he was told could mean the loss of his leg or worse. His doctors had told him that he had a one in two-million chance of having malignant cancer, which unfortunately happened to be the case. But when the surgeons opened up his leg to remove the tumor, to their shock and amazement they discovered that his muscle tissue was too dense for the cancer to penetrate. His leg and his life were both saved, largely he believes, because of his innovative workout regimen.

  • Subscription Model for Video Platforms Smarter Than DVD Sales

    “I like DVDs so much. It’s such a better format than VHS.”

    -Roland Joffe

    America seems to have agreed with Roland, Hollywood heavyweight director of the Oscar-winning film, The Killing Fields, at least for a time. While everyone knows that DVD sales have been falling like a wet mattress since their 2007 peak at over $10 billion in annual revenue, things have slid so far that industry insiders now refuse to even make those figures public. For years, DVD sales predictions helped studios create realistic budgets, but the crash in popularity of this medium has driven studios to make safer and more predictable choices, such as sequals, franchises and reboots. The end result is a more bland cinematic experience for everyone and a far less creative environment for those who make films for a living.

  • Pivotshare Changes Way Celebrities Sell Media Online


    Startup changes the way celebrities sell media with branded apps  and white labeling for leading mobile and tablet devices

    Costa Mesa, Calif. -  Pivotshare, a digital media startup, announced today that their platform will now offer a new resource providing branded apps through their Customization Services program for select publishers. Pivotshare is rolling out the service with the unveiling of the Elite MMA fighting channel, featuring UFC heavyweight champion of the world, Bas Rutten. The mobile apps will allow subscribers to watch Pivotshare video content while on the go on either smartphones or tablets while simultaneously putting the media’s brand in the spotlight. Like the standard Pivotshare app, these customized versions will also be found in both the iTunes and Google Play stores, free of charge.

  • Pivotshare Maps Easiest Ways To Sell Videos Online for REELSEO

    Pivotshare was the first self-service platform to allow anyone the ability to sell their media direct to audience and is still leading the pack in terms of innovation and flexibility. Because of our industry standing, the Pivotshare team was recently asked to give an overview of the monetized media landscape for online media industry leader, REELSEO. We hope you find the article interesting and that you can see the benefits of Pivotshare and what really sets us apart in the market. We look forward to building something wonderful together. To read the article, click here!

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