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Commentary: Is Prime-Time TV Ready for the Internet?

Despite the tremendous potential of Disney’s aggressive push to experiment with and monetize its most valuable content through streaming media, this announcement has raised more questions than it has answered.
Fri. April 14, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Apr 2006

ABC To Offer Hit Shows Online—For Free

Desperate Housewives and Lost are among the shows the network plans to stream, with ads, the day after they air on broadcast TV.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Apr 2006

Gearing Up for NAB

As broadcasters focus more attention on delivering content online, this year’s show promises to be a showcase for streaming media tools.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Apr 2006

Case Study: European Commission Masters Streaming Media

The EU’s Audiovisual Services group reaches out to journalists by offering an online complement to its popular Europe by Satellite service.
by Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Apr 2006

IPTV and VOD in Europe: Growing, Slowly but Surely

While outsiders see Europe as a unified economy, it’s anything but. In reality, it’s a highly fragmented market, and Internet TV initiatives vary from nation to nation.
by Gary Flood
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2006

Going Mobile: Wireless TV Market in the UK Takes Off

As 3G gains momentum, successful trials suggest that the time is ripe for mobile TV in the UK. But competition between delivery models, as well as debate over the roles of different links in the delivery chain, is keeping widespread adoption at bay.
by Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2006

Case Study: Flash Earns Pole Position for Safety-Kleen’s Video Training

The parts washer manufacturer and NASCAR sponsor left videotape behind as soon as Flash offered video support. Now, the company saves both time and money by delivering all of its sales and customer training online.
by Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Apr 2006

March Madness: A Slam-Dunk for CBS SportsLine

Though the numbers, including more than a quarter-million simultaneous streams, are out of many Webcasters’ league, the rules of the game when it comes to planning for a live event are the same, regardless of the size.
by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Mar 2006

NSCA 2006: Streaming Invades the Conference Room

The National Systems Contractor Association’s annual Expo has traditionally focused on audio, and analog audio at that. But this year’s show, held earlier this month in Las Vegas, saw streaming products move front and center.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Mar 2006

Choosing a Video Codec

Picking the right video codec isn’t as easy as it used to be. But with the right information, you can determine which one will work best for your project.
by Jan Ozer
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Mar 2006

Review: On2 Flix Pro 8 for Flash 8

An easy-to-use interface, myriad output options, and relatively fast transcoding make Flix Pro worth considering.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Mar 2006

Company Profile: Online Video Service

Tim Treanor was able to parlay his previous government experience into a successful firm that focuses exclusively on the public-affairs and government vertical.
by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Mar 2006

CeBIT 2006: Americans in Hannover

The world’s largest technology show didn’t disappoint this year, with compelling advances in VoIP, display, and optical storage pointing towards the future.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Mar 2006

CeBIT 2006: Action at the Extremes

With its theme “Digital Solutions for Work and Life,” this year’s show offered plenty of playback-related devices, from the most portable to the least.
by Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Mar 2006

Understanding Liability Issues For Streaming Media and VoIP

Because of the Internet's wide reach and litigants' desire to go after "deep pockets," streaming video publishers need to be especially concerned about legal issues surrounding the content they deliver.
by Marshall Seeder and Peter T. Berk
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Mar 2006

Commentary: NBC’s Olympic Coverage Marks Major Victory for Streaming Media

NBC’s expansion of its online video coverage of the 2006 Winter Olympics provided a rare opportunity to compare and contrast the characteristics of on-air and online video delivery of this premier sporting event.
by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2006

Gcast Lets Podcasters Phone It In

Is there money to be made by letting people record podcasts for free via the telephone? Gcast’s Ali Partovi thinks so.
by Ron Miller
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2006

Breeze: “A Wonderful Juxtaposition of Synchronous and Asynchronous”

ULiveandLearn uses Macromedia Breeze by Adobe to build online training programs, including one in the works for media training guru TJ Walker.
by Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2006

Adobe Looks to Future at Flashforward Conference

Adobe's keynote did more than set the minds of the Macromedia faithful at ease. There’s plenty for Flash developers to be excited about, including one project—code-named Apollo—that could free them from the constraints of the Internet browser altogether.
by Steve Mack
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Mar 2006

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