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Inside Secure Acquiring Verimatrix, Joining Two Security Leaders

The combination creates a security giant with specialties in entertainment, mobile, and network security, with an eye to IoT and connected cars

Hulu and AT&T to Show Commercials When Content Is Paused: Report

Both networks plan to increase commercial loads by using ads that fill the screen when viewers take a break. Will viewer outrage convince them to back off?

Ooyala and 24i Partner on OTT Creation and Delivery Platform

With OoyalaReach, content owners can manage their video assets and create app-based offerings to reach viewers on TVs and mobile devices.

Unified Patents Challenges Velos Media Patent

The SEP Video Codec Zone also will provide companies targeted by HEVC IP owners with unique data and tools to negotiate fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory licenses

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Inxpo Studio: Reviewing the Premium Tier Webinar Platform

by | For outstanding results with online marketing, sales, and training web webinars, look to Inxpo Studio. This review explains how to get up and running.

Today's Teachers Need to Learn to Perform in Front of a Camera

by | Teaching is a performance, but when teachers have to perform to a camera rather than a roomful of students, that performance can go awry.

Creating a Recipe for Codec Success to Please All Palates

by | Looking back and the successes and misfires of H.264, HEVC, and VP9 show what the industry can expect from AV1 and VVC.

6 Ways Influencer Marketing Can Go Wrong, With Examples!

by | Influencer marketing has been hot for years and shows no signs of cooling, but that doesn't mean every influencer marketing campaign is a success.

SMW '18: VideoLink's Kevin McCarthy Talks ReadyCam Studios

by , | Streaming Media's Tim Siglin interviews VideoLink Director of Production Kevin McCarthy at Streaming Media West 2018.
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Kagan Senior Analyst Michelle Abraham discusses survey data on current trends in cord-cutting in this clip from her presentation at Streaming Media West 2018.
Microsoft's Andy Beach and IBM/Watson Media's Ethan Dreilinger break down the differences between machine learning and AI in this clip from their panel at Streaming Media West 2018.

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by | Many of today's live video encoding solutions require extensive compute resources, limiting the ability of live streaming business models to economically scale. This article will introduce a new real-time video encoding solution, combining the performance of System-on-Chip (SoC) encoding, with innovations from NVMe-based cloud infrastructure, which together provides an economical and high quality solution to deliver encoding at scale for live video streaming.
by | It's no secret that the growing complexity of the global media and entertainment industry has made it harder to deliver content in the traditional way and maintain direct control over rights negotiation, quality levels and delivery formats.
by | Streaming viewers expect to access content at any time, in any place and on any platform. At the same time, research indicates that consumers do not have much more incremental time that they can spend watching video. There is a battle raging where the prize is the attention of consumers.
by | Consistently streaming superior video quality over the internet is hard. Hard for on-demand titles and even harder for low latency live. A big enough problem for the industry's biggest players to pre-pay a group of Emmy Award researchers to build a platform that didn't exist 22 months ago. Today, it is affecting the streams of tens of millions of US subscribers.