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Streaming and CDNs are rather new so I really wouldn't expect anyone on
here to deal with them.
I just looked around when you were asking about this a while back and
found local CDNs.
I also found that GoDaddy even has a CDN service so I suspect some of the
other web hosts do too.
I'm still not clear on what you are doing but I seem to recall you were
I just got a 4K Roku TV and have been looking at the Roku SDK.
Yeah, my main Roku channel is called BarTV and due to optimistic pricing
some users are causing a cash drain on me because they're using it a bit too
much. When I launch my big ad campaign I'll either have lots of users who
don't use it as much (and thus I can make a profit) or lots of users who use
it all day and all night, thereby bankrupting me. Well, not exactly, but I
hate negative cash flow. Also, I'm about to launch two more channels.
After lots of looking some months back I decided to use Amazon's C3 service.
I'm happy with it except that the downloads can run into some money. Also
since it's not a mission-critical thing I don't need all the redundancy they
I'd probably go with GoDaddy, except that I never use the same company for
both my DNS and file serving. I want to be able to leave quickly if need
be, and not be screwed over.