One Championship and FIFA are but two of the big names in the sports industry that have implemented new business paywall models in order to grow their audiences and increase revenue. Broadcasting live events and delivering video content on-demand is becoming one of the most popular ways for businesses to skyrocket their profits. And, whether it’s about sports, entertainment, or any other type of content, online video paywall business models set the pace for growth.
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Creators and publishers rely on various paywall models to charge users to watch video content, and monetization options vary from one publisher to the next. Here are two of the companies that offer paid solutions for monetizing video.
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CLEENG offers monetization solutions for video, on-demand, and live event broadcast. Cirque de Soleil, TED Conference, and Epicurious are some of the major brands that currently collaborate with Cleeng to manage their video content. They also have universities for clients and other medium-sized publishers. The Cleeng framework is based on four components:
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InPlayer is a monetization software for VOD and live stream content. The platform enables publishers to manage their content via various features:
With InPlayer, publishers can offer pay-per-view, subscription, or packages video content to users, while payment models for the latter include C/Card, D/Card, PayPal, and SMS. To use InPlayer, content owners pay a transactional fee monthly, and a 24/7 customer support service is included in the offer. Publishers can request a demo or try out InPlayer free for 30 days.
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