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Adobe Offers DRM with Flash Media Rights Management Server

New product offers protection and controls for FLV, F4V, and H.264, as well as attendant graphics and advertising, both online and offline.
Wed., March 19, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Mar 2008

Case Study: Making a "Stickier" Cinema Site

By speeding up page load times by 88%, Edgecast's CDN helps world film site Jaman keep its bounce rate down and its return visit numbers up.
Mon., 17 March, by Nancy Davis Kho
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Mar 2008

Commentary: Why Video Is Changing The World

Sometimes we get so caught up in comparing this technology to that, or debating the merits of one business model over another that we forget why video is so important: It's all about people communicating.
Thurs., Mar. 13, by Jose Castillo
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Mar 2008

Operation MySpace and Kulabyte Bring Live HD Flash to the Web

The MySpace webcast of a concert for U.S. troops in Kuwait marked the debut of live HD Flash streaming. It wasn't perfect, but as a first test of Kulabyte's live encoding, it was an almost unequivocal success.
Tues., Mar. 11, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Mar 2008

Apple’s iPhone Courts Enterprise, Disses Flash

The good news this week is that the APIs in the iPhone SDK boost audio and video options. The bad news is that it still won't support Flash.
Fri., March 7, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2008

How to Measure Online Video Ad Success

Online video ads allow for more precise targeting and more accurate viewer metrics than their television counterparts. Still, measuring online video ad success is more art than science.
Mon., March 3, by Max Bloom
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Mar 2008

Mobile Versus Internet Streaming: 5 Key Challenges

Streaming in the mobile space poses perhaps more significant challenges than traditional internet streaming. These challenges include issues that relate to and affect quality and the overall user experience.
Fri., Feb. 29, by Alex Yoon and Roland Banks
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Feb 2008

The Watchman: MSNBC Makes Mess of Democratic Debate Webcast

MSNBC botched their delivery of Tuesday night's Clinton-Obama debate in more ways than one. In the first installment of this new column, Geoff Daily evaluates what MSNBC did wrong, and what a local affiliate in Ohio did right.
Thurs., Feb 28, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Feb 2008

Adobe Ships Flex 3; Microsoft Shines Light on Silverlight 2

Things are heating up in the run-up to NAB, as Adobe completes the trilogy of Flash, Flex 3, and AIR , while Microsoft talks about what’s in Silverlight 2.
Tues., Feb. 26, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Feb 2008

Building Video Apps With Adobe AIR

With Adobe AIR, skilled and novice developers have the tools to move from creating web-only services to delivering video-rich desktop applications. As a powerful, easy-to-use, cross-operating system application runtime, AIR lets web designers and developers take RIAs created in HTML/CSS, Ajax, Adobe Flash, and Adobe Flex and quickly deliver them as desktop applications.
Fri., Feb. 22, by Lee Brimelow
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Feb 2008

Unplugged: Giving Up Broadcast TV

In this installment of his Emerging Media column, Damien Stolarz tries to get off the broadcast TV grid entirely, and finds it's not so easy.
Fri., Jan. 25, by Damien Stolarz
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Feb 2008

And Then There Were Three: RIP HD DVD

Toshiba’s decision to end HD-DVD production—leaving Blu-ray the clear leader and only the scarcely used EVD and VMD as the other HD alternatives—widens the window of opportunity for streaming media entertainment delivery, if only just a bit.
Mon., Feb. 18, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Feb 2008

Case Study: High Quality Meets High Efficiency

With the help of Abacast's Hybrid P2P streaming technology, FutureStream Networks is now delivering high-quality video and audio for the third-largest South Korean broadcasting company.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

Case Study: Going Mobile With Webcasting

NetStreamLive recently unveiled its first Mobile Broadband vehicle: The modified 4WD Ford Excursion. The vehicle provides secure satellite network communications in the field, enabling NetStreamLive to offer webcasting productions from remote locations with no dependency on the location's existing bandwidth or connectivity.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

Case Study: Serving the Public by Serving Flash Video

Needing to stream 24/7 live coverage of news and events, as well as provide a suitable platform to allow citizens to easily access TVW's vast programming library, the company identified Flash as the best technology to meet its reach goal.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

A Whole New World

For NEC Unified, video webcasting is lighting the path to the future.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

Case Study: SyncCast Rises to the High-Def Challenge

Last year, when Microsoft prepared to launch Xbox LIVE Video Marketplace to deliver high-quality SD and HD content to Xbox 360 owners, the company turned to a trusted partner, SyncCast, to build a secure, centralized video hosting delivery platform.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

Case Study: An Enterprise Webcast Heard 'Round the World

In late 2006, MRM Worldwide began working with Insidedge to improve the level and quality of internal communications with its worldwide offices and employees. Since MRM Worldwide didn't have the internal resources to plan and produce the webcast, the MRM and Insidedge team sought a vendor that could provide an end-to-end solution for the companywide meeting. They selected On24.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

Case Study: No Good TV Won't Be Ignored

In the online world, just as in the offline world, money talks and success silences criticism. No Good Tv can be vulgar to the max, as long as it continues to make the online world, just as in the offline world, money talks and success silences criticism. No Good Tv can be vulgar to the max, as long as it continues to make money.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

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