NRB Network & Tulix Systems Announce Multiscreen Streaming Partnership
Atlanta GA, February 10, 2015: Tulix Systems, a leading provider of end-to-end streaming solutions for over-the-top (OTT) video services, today announced a partnership with NRB Network, an international broadcaster of Christian programming.
Tulix is providing streaming services that include ingest, DVR archiving, and live video content delivery to viewers worldwide via the web, Roku, Android, and iOS. Tulix also developed NRB Network’s Roku application, which features the live NRB Network channel, available free of charge to all viewers. Viewers can also choose to subscribe to the NRB archives, giving them access to 7 days of archived video recorded and labeled by program using Tulix’s DVR system.
Dr. Nino Doijashvili, EVP, Tulix, said, “We are proud to have been chosen by the NRB Network to help them bring their message to viewers around the world. We have a history of strong performance in the faith market and believe that our services are ideally suited for their needs, particularly in live video delivery.”
When asked why NRB Network chose Tulix, Allen Beckner, Director of Channel Distribution, said, “We researched the market place very carefully and chose Tulix based upon their experience, expertise, customer service, and of course, the quality of the video delivered. Live video is the core of our online streaming. It was imperative that our viewers receive a TV-like experience in terms of quality, wherever they are, around the world.”
About Tulix Systems:
Tulix is a premier global video solutions company. We provide end-to-end streaming solutions for live, on-demand, and time-shifted video to any screen. We use our own Video Delivery Network (VDN), built from the ground up for live video streaming, to guarantee pristine video delivery to audiences across the globe. Learn more at www.tulix.com
About NRB Network:
NRB Network is a non-commercial, public interest television channel seen on DIRECTV channel 378, and on select local affiliates. Live video streaming is available at www.nrbnetwork.tv, on Roku streaming players, and via a mobile app available on Apple, Android, Windows Phone, and Kindle Fire platforms. A 501(c)3 non-profit organization, NRB Network reaches a global audience 24 hours a day with thought-provoking, Christ-centered programming. For more information, visit www.nrbnetwork.tv.