Television

OTT vs IPTV

OTT vs IPTV
OTT, short for Over the Top, provides content over the internet instead of cable or satellite. IPTV, short for Internet Protocol Television transmits content over the internet using a dedicated and managed...

Over the Top (OTT) and Video On Demand (VOD)

Over the Top (OTT) and Video On Demand (VOD)
Over the Top (OTT) refers to any content that is provided over the internet, instead of the traditional satellite or cable. While, Video On Demand (VOD) refers to any type of content that viewers can choose to...

Heading vs Headline

 Heading vs Headline
Key Difference: A heading is a word, phrase, or sentence at the beginning of a written passage that explains what it's about. A heading is very similar to a title. A headline means a line of words printed...

Cast Screen vs Screen Mirroring

Cast Screen vs Screen Mirroring
Casting the screen is very popular right now. It basically allows one to play content from one device to another, for example playing a movie from a phone or a table onto a TV. This allows one to watch shows,...

Roku Stick vs Amazon Fire Stick

Roku Stick vs Amazon Fire Stick
Roku Stick and Amazon Fire Stick and two different video streaming devices. As the name suggest Amazon Fire Stick is designed and marketed by Amazon, whereas the Roku Stick is designed and marketed by Roku....

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