The DRM Blog

Much to the chagrin of the EFF and FSF, the Web moves forward with DRM in the browser. This is an update to the saga of DRM for HTML5 using EME.
In Part 5 of our series : “Creating DRM Workflows” we will review the various approaches to delivering license keys to users of DRM-managed, encrypted content.

Making Sense of DRM for CMAF

by Oleksandr Paraska on Jun 14, 2017 1:59:15 PM

Previously I wrote about Common Encryption (CENC) for CMAF in The DRM Blog. Since then we have seen a big movement towards a common specification.
ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Selects BuyDRM™'s KeyOS MultiKey Service for their iview On-Demand and Catch Up TV Service
BuyDRM™ and DAZN announced their commercial agreement whereby DAZN is deploying secure, high-quality live and VOD sports content using KeyOS™ MultiPlay™ (SDKs).
In Part 4 of our series : “Creating A DRM Workflow” we will take a look at using 3rd Party Cloud Encryption Solutions.
Tuesday, March 21st, we will go live with “Deploying KeyOS Multi-DRM With Encoding.com's Cloud Encoder.” One lucky attendee will win a Free Chromecast!
BuyDRM™ and Cinedigm today announced their commercial agreement whereby Cinedigm is deploying secure, major studio content using KeyOS™ MultiKey™ Service.
The W3C announced that on March 2nd, they will roll back the curtains on a new program called "Responsible Vulnerability Disclosure" Program.
Tuesday, March 7 th, we will go live with “Deploying KeyOS Multi-DRM With Amazon Web Services.” One lucky attendee will win a Free Chromecast!