Qview is a media-streaming platform that enables creators to effectively deliver video into satellite dependent communities without losing copyright control or ownership.
Qview is split into 2 parts named QvCentral (QvC) and QvLocal (QvL).
QvC is hosted in Ottawa and provides southerners with easy access to northern content while providing northerners with a single repository optimized for delivery over all backbone types.
QvL is a community-based server designed specifically for satellite communities. The purpose of QvL is to dramatically reduce backbone congestion and provide a better experience for the viewer at a much lower (or zero) usage consumption.
SSi Canada is proud to be involved with The Inuit Broadcasting Corporation in a pilot project aimed at bringing culturally relevant content, free of charge, to the 3 regional capitals of Nunavut (Cambridge Bay, Rankin Inlet, and Iqaluit)!
Don't hesitate to contact us if you are interested in having your own streaming channel.
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The Inuit Broadcasting Corporation provides a window to the Arctic by producing award winning television programming by Inuit, for Inuit. IBC is indeed, Nunavut’s public producer. IBC does not produce the regular fare of television sitcoms and talk shows. Instead, IBC producers make programming about one of the richest and enduring cultures in our nation, the Inuit of Canada, in the language Inuit speak...Inuktitut. We produce shows about our kids, our musicians, our politicians, our humour, our issues, etc. No one else can make these shows for us!
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