+ apps created 100% in-house
+ end users
live streams annually
Say bye-bye to hiring engineers and support teams, dealing with third parties, and managing app upkeep. Say hello to tech that scales with you. Vimeo OTT includes:
Free migration, no downtime
Branded OTT apps with in-app purchase
App development, submission, management
Live streaming with auto-archive
In-depth, real-time insights
24/7 support for you and subscribers
Offer subscribers a streaming service as user-friendly as Netflix, and just as seamless across devices. Beam flawless video anywhere — live or on-demand — to Apple iOS, Android, Apple TV, AndroidTV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Tizen, and Xbox apps.
Reach your audience your way. With a universal purchasing experience across the web and apps, Vimeo OTT offers the most diverse monetization models available, including:
Subscription VOD Platform (SVOD)
Transaction VOD Platform (TVOD)
Advertising VOD Platform (AVOD)
Free VOD Platform (PVOD)
No start-up costs, pay-as-you-go model
Straightforward pricing that scales from 1 subscriber to 1M+
Go global in every market, language, and currency
No hidden bandwidth fees for growing too fast
Full control of your subscriber data and brand — forever
Vimeo OTT has a built-in analytics dashboard, so it’s simple to monitor how your viewers and subscribers are tuning in. Here, you’ll get a complete breakdown of how your OTT channel is performing, so you can:
Attract more subscribers with built-in marketing and promotion tools
Inform your pricing by looking at why subscribers join and stay
Build a content plan around what subscribers watch and where
Understand customer lifetime value (LTV) and churn with detailed analytics
We shifted our focus entirely on digital last year. We wanted to deliver a better experience for our clients, and build a sustainable solution that would exist with or without our studios open — which led us to Vimeo OTT. We were so hyper motivated to stay connected, we built Y7 Online in about three to four weeks.
CMO, Y7 Studio
OTT stands for “over the top,” which means that a content provider is going “over the top” to provide video directly to the consumer. Basically, it’s a fancy way of saying that OTT providers take videos straight to users who want them, without the go-between of using broadcast or cable platforms.
An OTT platform can be any streaming service that supplies content online. The key is that OTT platforms don’t use distributors like broadcast, cable, or satellite platforms. Instead, users can go directly to the OTT platform for the content they want.
OTT platforms send content over a high-speed internet connection, as opposed to using traditional distributors like cable or IPTV. This way, users can access the content they want straight from the creator, without having to go through an intermediary. OTT content is typically video and is watched on any device that has an internet connection (and, y’know, a screen).