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Kaltura powers puzzling Korean-US OTT service Kocawa

Kaltura has delivered on its promise that it would be unveiling an Asia Pacific win this week, but the announcement was not quite what we were expecting. The video technology vendor has landed a deployment at KCP (Korean Content Platform), a US entertainment company founded in Los Angeles just 7 months ago by a trio of Korean broadcasters KBS (Korean Broadcasting System), MBC (Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation) and SBS (Seoul Broadcasting System). The deal is for the Kaltura TV Platform to power Kocawa, KCP’s new OTT service centered around Korean dramas – the service is set to launch sometime this summer. As well as not being officially launched yet, neither KCP or Kaltura seem to know exactly where the service will…

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