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OTT

1. An abbreviation for "over the top," referring to entertainment (such as TV shows and movies) that is obtained from sources other than a traditional cable subscription, such as streaming services and a la carte programming. The cable bill had gotten so expensive that I just decided to go OTT instead.
2. slang An abbreviation for "over the top," meaning excessive or overly dramatic. If you wear a full face of makeup to the bowling alley, people will think you're kind of OTT. A massive birthday party with princesses and pony rides is a little OTT for a one-year-old, don't you think?
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New Delhi [India], Dec 4 ( ANI ): After creating a huge impact in the category of B2C entertainment platforms and the B2B space with telecom and DTH operators, India's top OTT expert and multi-device video streaming and entertainment solutions provider, DigiViVe is now betting big on bringing the MSOs/ISPs and Content Creators to the OTT space, which by far was the game of big media houses/production houses.
Although Netflix is at the top of the OTT heap, it, too, suffers from content woes.
We are able to deliver premium entertainment services on a single IPTV platform already and we aim to continue to simplify and delight our customers with this approach in our OTT environment.
* The OTT video market: This section provides a general analysis of OTT services, including a taxonomy and an overview of the business models and content provision that are relevant to Latin American markets.
According to Ott, the "Ott Box" has been running for more than 600 hours of uninterrupted service.
Telecom operators have long demanded the regulatory body that the OTT players should share revenues.
On the other hand, OTT players defend themselves by demanding access to Internet or webbased services without any hurdle for growth of communities and nations.
HBO, Verizon and Dish are expected to announce OTT video services in the US next year.
Daily OTT messaging traffic from players such as WhatsApp, Facebook
On Monday the American University in Cairo hosted a lecture by Professor Claudia Ott, professor at the Institute for Non-European Languages and Cultures.
14 September 2012 a[euro]" US private equity group Azalea Capital LLC said that its portfolio company Orbital Tool Technologies Corporation (OTT) had taken over Turbine Engineering Concepts Inc (TEC).
"Key technological, business and regulatory trends are influencing the development of the mobile voice OTT industry", says Dr.
are said to co-open an over-the-top (OTT) service platform at the end of this year to increase the number of Chunghwa's multimedia on demand (MOD) service subscribers to 1.5 million by the end of 2012.
Two years ago at TelcoTV, I presented a future vision where over the top (OTT) content delivery would become a significant driver for change in our industry--and a key part of the future consumer entertainment experience.
In Part I, Ott aims to vindicate in part the Hatfield-Garber thesis that Descartes is a "limited occasionalist": in the Principles of Philosophy (though not in Le Monde), he holds that created minds have causal powers, but bodies do not.