Videoship Logo Mission critical video workflow and distribution
systems for the broadcast and cable industries



VideoShip systems are deployed over proprietary and robust core CDN technologies, honed by years of operational use by some of the world’s leading media companies.


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VideoShip CDN supports concurrent delivery of content over diverse network segments. This permits deployment of hybrid networks combining the reach and scalability of satellite multicast with the reliability of two-way Internet communications.

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VideoShip offers comprehensive system solutions that can include development, administrative services, shared infrastructure, and 24/7 user-level technical support

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Products and Services

VideoShip is the engine behind these great products and services:

About Us

Established in 2004 by veterans of the data broadcast and cable industries, VideoShip draws on the rich experience of its core engineering and design teams to deploy innovative, mission critical solutions for high profile clients in the cable and broadcast industries.

An employee-owned corporation with offices in Ottawa and Dublin, VideoShip provides 24/7 support to our major customers from our Network Operations Center situated in Pensacola, Florida.

VideoShip has a commitment to excellence in providing robust turnkey solutions that include:
Video aggregation, workflow, and distribution
System integration - video encoding and transcoding technologies
Optimal use of existing network infrastructure - terrestrial/satellite hybrids
Customized and branded user interfaces

Our Customers

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Case Study

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VideoShip has been managing video distribution for NBC News Channel to its worldwide affiliate base since 2007. The NBC system is a hybrid network, deploying VideoShip’s reliable satellite multicast as the primary delivery method, supported by an Internet back channel used to retrieve missing multicast packets and confirm successful reception. Terrestrial distribution is used to service sites outside the satellite footprint, or which are having reception issues due to bad weather.


Reliable Multicast Protocol
  • Packet level Compression
  • Inline Forward Error Correction (FEC)
  • 128 bit AES encryption
  • MD5 checksum for file integrity check
Internet Back Channel
  • Missing multicast packet retrieval
  • Provides alternate file delivery method for operational redundancy
  • Delivery confirmation and real time status reporting
  • File Aggregation from affiliates back to Headquarters
VideoShip VOD
  • Local Server for recieved content
  • Integrated Export and Video Playout facility
  • Integrated Transcoder for Video Conversion to format of choice
  • Local Archival of important stories


iNet Edu Project

The iNet Edu project aims to improve the speed and quality of online delivery of course lectures and academic talks. A collaboration between Ottawa-based data broadcast company VideoShip and the University of Toronto, this project is focused on developing a new system that will allow academic institutions to provide broadcast quality recordings of lectures and… View Article

Videoship is hiring!

Join the team at Videoship! We’re looking for developers, designers and sales & marketing staff.  Send your resume or an email describing yourself to

Over 2000 election coverage live feeds shared on iNet.Live

Election day in the USA witnessed a record breaking voter turnout. It also witnessed a record breaking day for VideoShip’s “best in the industry” live feed exchange product iNet.Live. VideoShip’s world leading technology facilitated the exchange of over 2000 feeds to hundreds of locations around the world. iNet.Live’s quality and dependability is second to none!

Contact Us

Videoship Enterprise Ltd.


346 Richmond Road 2nd Floor
Ottawa Ontario
K2A 0E8
34-4300 Bayou Blvd
Pensacola FL