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Data Is Driving the Video Viewing Experience in 2017, Finds Ooyala

The increased use of data lets publishers satisfy viewers, provide customized experiences, and grow their businesses, notes Ooyala's industry report.

Panopto Adds RTMP Ingest, Multi-Camera Live Streaming for Enterprise

Upgrades to the enterprise platform make it easier to reach viewers around the globe and send multiple streams without the need for live switching.

AR Use Will Grow 30% This Year, VR Will Grow 110%: eMarketer

Despite positive growth, both areas see low monthly active adoption. Most AR use is on Snapchat, while 360-videos and photos make up most VR.

Brightcove Announces Context-Aware Encoding, Up to 50% Savings

Rather than forcing content into pre-determined adaptive bitrate ladders, this system creates a unique ladder for each piece of video.
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When Giants Face Off: Ooyala Files Lawsuit Against Brightcove

by | Did Brightcove misappropriate Ooyala trade secrets to win over customers in Latin America? That's what Ooyala asserts in a six-count filing.

Video: Protecting Your Assets With DRM As a Service

by | EZDRM's David Eisenbacher and Streaming Media's Jose Castillo discuss DRM solutions and key players, and emerging codecs in this interview from Streaming Media East 2017.

Video: How Do You Standardize the Live Video Experience Across Different Devices and Platforms?

by | LiveX's Corey Behnke and Streaming Media's Tim Siglin discuss the challenges live content providers like LiveX face in managing the user experience with live video on different devices and platforms.

Video: The Difference Between Encryption and DRM

by | BuyDRM founder Christopher Levy and Streaming Media's Tim Siglin discuss the history of BuyDRM, the evolution of DRM technology, and misconceptions about encryption and DRM.

Video: Blue Frame's Turnkey Cloud Serve Targets Sports, Worship, Enterprise

by | Blue Frame Technology's Chris Knowlton and Streaming Media's Tim Siglin discuss Blue Frame's subscription-based cloud service and Production Truck app and how the company is approaching the worship and college sports markets.

Video Short Cuts

Vimond CEO Helge Hoibraaten argues that, as an industry, we're missing the point with OTT skinny bundles, aiming for incremental improvements over linear TV rather than anticipating what OTT viewers really want.
ANATOMY co-owner Gabriella Mirabelli provides tips and best practices for brands to engage millennials and other demographics on social platforms such as Facebook and YouTube.

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Mastering Live Streaming 2017 Gold: Verizon Digital Media Services Silver: Epiphan Video, Telestream, Harmonic, Matrox
2017 Case Study Superguide Platinum: Teradek Gold: Signiant, Silver: Akamai, Anvato, DVEO, Haivision, Kollective, Primestream, Videoguys

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by | Varto Technologies' Varto Keshishian and Streaming Media's Tim Siglin discuss Varto Technologies' history as a NewTek integrator and the current breadth of their offerings across the streaming and online video landscape.
By adding new IP video services, such as live linear TV, Video on Demand and network DVR, cable operators can tap the market potential provided by the growing number of consumers that are cord-cutters, cord-nevers and cord-shavers. IP video delivery also allows providers to offer a smaller bundle of channels at a low price with viewing on any device.
by | We'll see more of the same in 2017, and that's a good thing—the people in our industry are changing the world one algorithm, one pixel, and one patent at a time.
by | Network-crushing bandwidth growth means it's time to revisit H.264 and HEVC codec SDKs to get the most out of your encoding and delivery dollar.