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MPEG DASH HANDBOOK in The June/July issue of Streaming Media magazine
What's coming in the June/July Issue of Streaming Media Magazine?

MPEG DASH: GAINING TRACTION?

MPEG DASH—or just simply DASH, as it's now called—emerged in late 2011 as the "next big thing" for online video, especially over-the-top video distribution. Now that it's closer to reality, we'll examine how content owners, hardware manufacturers, OTT services, and operators are taking steps toward implementation. 

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SPONSORED SUPPLIMENT - THE DASH HANDBOOK

In this handy guide to DASH, you'll find companies behind the MPEG DASH initative offering experience, support, products and service.  Look no further if you want a DASH solution - these are the companies to watch and eager to talk to you about DASH. 

MEASURING THE IMPACT OF PIRACY

Rightsholders, hosting companies, and ISPs have long bemoaned the cost of piracy. But just how big is the market for pirated content, and who's paying for the sites that enable it? You might be surprised. 

VIDEO MAKES THE MOOC

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have taken the higher-education world by storm in the last 18 months. If there's one thing that unites the hundreds of these courses, it's their heavily reliance on video to make the instruction come alive. We'll take a look at who's doing it right. 

BEST PRACTICES: LIVE EVENTS IN THE ENTERPRISE

We'll walk you through every step of the live event webcast, from talent and staging to lights, cameras, and distribution. Learn from the pros how to do it right. 

Also in this issue:

Streaming Spotlight, Behind the Screens, and Case Study Columns from Jan Ozer, Dan Rayburn, Tim Siglin, and more

All editorial content subject to change. 

If you'd like information on how to participate in this issue with advertisment, or the DASH HANDBOOK, please contact our Publisher, Joel Unickow ASAP - this issue is closing NOW !

Joel Unickow, Publisher, Streaming Media
Office: 250.716.8815 | Mobile: 250-797-5635 | joel@streamingmedia.com

 

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