Falcon Media House is a global digital technology and media group.

We are building a new breed of media entertainment house for the way people want to consume live and on-demand video content.

Our goal is to create an ecosystem where great technology meets great entertainment and delivering the right audience. We are proud to be listed on the London Stock Exchange.

By combining patented OTT video software with extensive media expertise and assets, we provide end-to-end solutions through platforms, products and services for brands, broadcasters, creators, operators and publishers.

Step inside and learn more about our products and services, or get in touch if you want to discuss opportunities for the OTT streaming, media and broadcasting future.

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Falcon appoints two new non-execs
19 October 2017

New Non-Exec Directors Appointed to the Falcon Board

Falcon Media House (LSE:FAL), the global digital media group focused on the OTT video market, is pleased to announce the appointments of Mr. Edgar Wallner and Mr. Dirk Wiedmann as non-executive directors to the Board with immediate effect. Mr. Wallner has vast experience across a range of businesses from large, publicly listed multi-nationals, to early…

Funding for Falcon.
17 October 2017

Announcing £3.4 Million Funding

Falcon Media House (LSE:FAL), the global digital media group focused on the over-the-top (‘OTT’) market, is today pleased to announce the securing of £3.4 million of additional funding via a convertible loan note, supported by existing shareholders and Group management. As outlined in the strategy update announced on 2 October 2017, Quiptel’s portfolio of OTT…

Commercial Licensing Agreements and Strategy Update
2 October 2017

Commercial Licensing Agreements and Strategy Update

Falcon Media House, the global digital media group focused on the over-the-top (‘OTT’) market, is pleased to announce the signing of a commercial licensing agreement with Africa Enterprise Media Group (‘AEMG’), experts in digital and broadcast technologies based in South Africa, to supply software technology and brand assets for a direct-to-consumer OTT service in Africa….

The cost of buffering.
28 September 2017

The cost of buffering

We all know the expression “Time is Money” and in the growing world of OTT streaming time wasted watching the buffering symbol will cost you money. In a recent European smartphone study Ericsson and Vodafone Germany used neuroscience to understand the impact of varying network performance on the perception of a mobile operators brand. The…