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Streaming Media East 2007: Keynote Sheds More Light on Silverlight

Microsoft's Sean Alexander showed off Silverlight and the Expression Studio suite, and even the skeptics at Streaming Media East seemed cautiously optimistic that Microsoft is now fully focused on the media space.
Tues., May 15, by Steve Mack
Featured Articles, Posted 15 May 2007

Streaming Media East 2007 News Briefs: Microsoft Sees the Light, Sprint Learns its ABCs, and TiVo Finds itself

While Microsoft showed off Silverlight at the show, Sprint started delivering ABC content for free and TiVo introduced new search capability.
Tues., May 15, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 15 May 2007

Streaming Media East 2007: Emphasis on the Enterprise

Announcements from Accordent and Media Publisher highlight the news coming out of Streaming Media East this week, sending a clear message that enterprise streaming is as strong as ever.
Tues., May 15, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 15 May 2007

Burst Gains Ground for its Patent Validity in Court Battle with Apple

With the lawsuits filed against Burst.com now through the Markman phase, it appears likely that Apple's best bet will be to settle with the smaller company.
Mon., May 14, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 14 May 2007

CBS Syndication Deals Reveal Seismic Strategy Change

By pushing content to other sites while gathering content to show through its own distribution channels, CBS is hoping to offer advertisers more bang for the buck as we enter the high-stakes advertising season.
Mon., May 14, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 14 May 2007

Review: Adobe Captivate 2

Captivate 2 is a "must download" for anyone creating application-based screen cams, online quizzes, or simulations, and—despite some significant flaws—don’t be surprised if you quickly find it invaluable as a standalone tool or a way to supplement video training materials.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 May 2007

Connecting Streaming to the Living Room

Last week’s Connections 2007 conference in Santa Clara explored “Future Opportunities: The Next Big Thing” for streaming, with a focus on simplifying consumer choices and DRM.
Tues., May 8, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 08 May 2007

Bill Offers Possible Reprieve for Indie Internet Radio

From Capitol Hill to the hip-hop blogosphere, unlikely allies are coming together to push back against Copyright Royalty Board's modified royalty rate.
Mon., May 7, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 07 May 2007

Commentary: Streaming in the Ivory Tower

Educators can learn a lot from the enterprise side of the streaming media industry, where ROI and audience data comprise core metrics. Likewise, the rest of the industry can learn a lot from educators who are faced with making media pay off with very tangible results: better grades and better jobs.
Sun., May 6, by Paul Riismandel
Featured Articles, Posted 06 May 2007

Microsoft Announces Silverlight Streaming and More at MIX07

In the opening keynote of its second annual developer and designer conference in Las Vegas, Microsoft revealed more details about Silverlight, including Silverlight Streaming and some very cool features in Expression Media Encoder.
Mon., April 30, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Apr 2007

Review: ViewCast Niagara GoStream

If you’re looking for a compact, portable, reliable webcasting unit, you should seriously consider the GoStream. It’s tough enough to take whatever you can throw at it, and very attractive at its price point. It’s got a few weak spots,but it’s as idiot- and bulletproof as can be.
Fri., April 26, by Steve Mack
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Apr 2007

Head of MPAA Calls for DRM That Allows for "Managed Copying"

MPAA Chairman and CEO Dan Glickman told an industry gathering that the industry "wholeheartedly" supports legitimate copying. Meanwhile, On2 adds DRM to its Flash codec while Amazon plans to offer DRM-free downloads.
Wed., April 25, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Apr 2007

Commentary: The Television Paradigm Shift

In order for traditional televison producers and networks to thrive in the brave new world of online video, they need to change the way they look at the entire ecosystem, from programmers to consumers.
Tues., Apr. 24, by Tejpaul Bhatia
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Apr 2007

NAB 2007: Major Announcements from Microsoft and Adobe Shake Up the World of Online Video

With Microsoft’s introduction of Silverlight and Adobe’s announcement of the Adobe Media Player, it’s the beginning of a whole new era in online video delivery and consumption.
Mon., April 16, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Apr 2007

NAB 2007: Apple Expands Production Tools, Now Offers VC-1, Windows Media Video, and Flash Encoding

Even though they weren’t the focus of Apple’s NAB press conference, there are a few key benefits for content streamers in the company’s new Final Cut Studio 2.
Sun., April 15, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Apr 2007

NAB 2007: Real-Time H.264 Compression Options Abound at NAB

Announcements from Digital Rapids, Envivio, and others continue to push forward the state-of-the-art for traditional, mobile, and net broadcasting.
Sun., April 15, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Apr 2007

How to Choose the Best Settings for Delivering Video in Adobe Flash

Flash offers a variety of ways to display video content, each with its own particular benefits and drawbacks. Here are five questions you should ask before you begin encoding.
Wed., April 11, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Apr 2007

Review: Rhozet Carbon Coder

Carbon Coder's feature set and video quality are outstanding, but its performance is what's really impressive, especially in multiple-processor workstations.
Mon., April 9, by Jan Ozer
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Apr 2007

EMI's Rejection of DRM May Help Apple Overcome Its European Woes

EMI deserves a hand for pioneering a return to consumer choice when it comes to the music they download. At the same time, the move may ease some of the pressure Apple is facing in the EU.
Tues., April 3, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Apr 2007

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