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FUTURE TODAY

Future Today Optimizes Performance of Vast Online Video Library

Future Today is a leader in the ad-supported streaming media universe with its flagship channels – Filmrise, Fawesome and HappyKids – ranking in the top free channels on various OTT platforms. The company operates more than 700 content channels with over 70 million app installs, and manages a library of more than 200,000 film, television and digital content assets. Their cloud-based technology platform manages OTT services for more than 350 content owners, producers, distributors and major media companies helping them launch and monetize complex Connected TV channels across devices in a matter of days.

Challenge:

In order to deliver a reliable, high-quality viewing experience to their viewers, Future Today sought a new CDN partner who could provide expedient origin storage capabilities and multi-CDN management. They also needed a partner who could quickly migrate their vast library, handle complex management, protect against performance degradation and deliver a broadcast-quality viewing experience across large screen and mobile devices.

”Limelight allows us to deliver a consistently high-quality viewing experience for our customers at a cost that is very competitive. Our users are accustomed to large-screen television viewing and increasingly expect that same level of quality in a mobile or desktop environment, which is more difficult to achieve. Limelight optimized our content delivery and we are already seeing positive results from our viewer feedback.”

Vikrant Mathur, Co-founder, Future Today

Solution:

The team at Future Today selected Limelight’s CDN Chunked VOD Caching and Delivery, Cloud Storage and Intelligent Ingest to improve performance and reduce costs. Right away they saw improvements in their top metric, of improving cache hit efficiency. As Future Today eyes expansion to markets in Brazil, Canada and Mexico, the OTT provider has Limelight’s scalable global infrastructure and support team available to support their growth.