Massillon Selects Moto Multiscreen Security

Massillon Cable in Ohio has selected Motorola Mobility's Medios SecureMedia Encryptonite ONE HLS+ to secure its premium content across multiple screens. The digital security system is expected to be available for Massillon subscribers on iOS and Android smartphones and tablets by the end of the year.

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