Streaming Media

 

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3GTV?

With 17 million football fans keen to get info on their favourite Premier team, Hutchison may have quite a decent head start in streaming mobile content to a keen and hungry user-base. Paul Quigley investigates the impact this could have on the future of mobile convergence.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Aug 2001

EventStream: Interactivity Authoring That Works

Media 100’s EventStream technology adds interactivity to its well-known digital media products — and it works with the "big three" media players without plug-ins or components. Contributor Francesco Schiavon puts this interactive authoring tool to the test.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Aug 2001

The Eyeball: Playing in “Living Structures”

In his column for Streaming Media Magazine, Staff Writer Jason Thompson explains that while the word “Internet” might be taboo in Hollywood, big studio directors could learn a thing or two about the interactive power of the medium.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Aug 2001

DVD-R Plays to the Mainstream

Pioneer’s sub-$1000 DVD-R writer makes for an affordable, extremely versatile, high-capacity solution for streaming master file storage. Contributor Jon Jacobi tells us why this product is the kind of product that a reviewer lives for.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Aug 2001

Structural Group: Brick and Mortar Streaming

Contributor Max Bloom brings us the story of a blue-collar construction company which nails enterprise streaming and achieves concrete results in demonstrating ROI.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Aug 2001

UNC Medicine Does the Rounds with Streaming

After years of televising lectures, the University of North Carolina's School of Medicine decided to put the seminars online, integrating webcasting capabilities into the TV production flow. Doctors save on travel and get back to taking care of patients. Contributor Daisy Whitney reports.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Aug 2001

Digital Media Zone: Beyond Moving Pictures

Contributor Jon Leland brings us the story of Flash animator Hillman Curtis, who made his creative mark with pioneering books and breakthrough Web designs. Now his influence is seen across top-tier design clients to offline broadcast big boys trying to capture a little Curtis magic.


Featured Articles, Posted 13 Aug 2001

Does the future of streaming lie in the enterprise?

Consumer bleeding edge streaming versus prosaic enterprise - which holds the key to the future? Graham Whitehouse of NaviSite gazes into his tea leaves and brews up a vision.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Aug 2001

Putting the Squeeze on LSX-MPEG Suite 2.0

Ligos’ new MPEG transcoder acts like a vise on video files to bring them down to Internet size, but users will need to get a grip on the physics of compression in order to use it. Contributor Dee McVicker goes deep into the transcoder to see if it's worth its $399 price.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Aug 2001

IAB Announces New Guidelines for Rich Media Ads

The advertising bureau lays out voluntary guidelines for ads that use audio and video.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2001

Convergence - new dog plays old tricks

It's new and shiny, but convergence presents the music and film industries with the same old problems, with a new twist. What are they up to?
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2001

Elearning - streaming knowledge?

Internet learning tools have been boosted beyond recognition by streaming technologies. Duncan Burbidge elucidates the benefits of online schooling...
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Aug 2001

Case Study: Streaming with Grace

High atop San Francisco’s Nob Hill stands one of the city’s most recognizable icons — Grace Cathedral. Technical Editor Scott E. Baker tells us that inside resides one of the more advanced audio streaming operations in the city.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Aug 2001

WebTrends Unveils New Analysis Software

Company unveils updates software that can analyze and report streaming server log files.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Aug 2001

White Paper: Internet Group Management Protocol

Optibase wends a technical path through multicasting via Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), getting down and dirty with the protocol problems and plusses of the much overlooked technology.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Aug 2001

Interactive Music Under Attack

As streaming companies and the record labels meet to decide on webcasting fees, the battle between the two continues. Contributor Daisy Whitney tells us the licensing issue is affecting the future of streaming, begging the question of what the future holds for an industry in its infancy.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Aug 2001

Sites to See: Entertaining with Advertising

Rich media ad campaigns are popping up all over the Web, giving the boring, old banner ad a run for its money. Staff Writer Ellie Kieskowski tells us that many companies are promoting technology platforms that power rich media ads, resulting in the birth of a number of trend-setting campaigns.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Aug 2001

Digital media downloads – where’s the consumer dollar?

Offline media sells good, but online media sells bad. Consumer focussed digital media companies are facing the music.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Jul 2001

Have Telewest, will travel

Travel agents are getting sexier with streaming video, so punters can check out that once-in-a-lifetime trip in real time. Villa videos, cottage clips and audio landscapes are here for good, especially if Telewest gets its way. Travel may never be the same again.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jul 2001

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