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Streaming Media East: Old Media Embraces the New

Old media has found that, rather than being competition, new media is a great tool for attracting viewers and extending successful properties.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 May 2013

Streaming Media East: UFC's DIY Approach

Handling virtually all of its video functions in-house, UFC has had to overcome challenges from data storage to minimizing turnaround times for its time-sensitive content
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2013

Streaming Media East: Cloud Video Services in the Enterprise

Security issues and scalability should weigh heavily in an enterprise's cloud partner decision-making process
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2013

Streaming Media East: Monetizing New Distribution Models

AOL, ESPN, Scripps, and Discovery Communications discuss how media companies are responding to new audience behavior
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2013

Streaming Media East: Drawing the Line on Mobile Video in the Enterprise

As the bring-your-own-device trend continues to grow, enterprises find themselves having to limit mobile video access behind the firewall
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2013

Streaming Media East: CBS Points the Way to Multimedia Success

Clever online video program extensions and an emphasis on viewer engagement help CBS lead the way in multiplatform streaming.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2013

Streaming Media East: Large Events Drive TV Everywhere

A&E, Epix, Ooyala see TV Everywhere turning mainstream, moving towards "individualized channels" in the not-too-distant future
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2013

Streaming Media East: HuffPost Live Talks Social Video Engagement

Nearly one year after launch, the HuffPost Live network is busy talking with its viewers, not to them, and the effort is paying off.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 May 2013

Streaming Media East: Content Is King in Online Sports

In the Streaming Media East 2013 opening day keynote, ESPN explained why online video needs to be better than standard television.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 May 2013

Content Delivery Summit 2013: New Challenges and Opportunities

Transparent caching, federation, and the never-ending growth of video traffic
Featured Articles, Posted 20 May 2013

Multitasking Takes Over Small Screen, Finds Accenture Study

Viewing habits are changing, notes the global study, leading to viewer confusion and new opportunities for savvy broadcasters.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 May 2013

Lockheed Martin Offers Tips for Live Video Production

Plan the live event, then plan it some more. Follow these 10 tips to successfully live stream video from the enterprise.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 May 2013

VP9 Is Almost Here, But a Nokia Patent Fight Might Have it DOA

Google plans to release the VP9 codec in less than a month. While it sounds promising, deep-pocketed companies will want to hold off on adoption.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 May 2013

Students Learn by Making Videos Outside the Classroom

Real learning happens when students can take ownership of a video project and teach each other.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 May 2013

Akamai Explains the Economics of DASH and DASH-264

In a panel discussion, Akamai considers why DASH-264 makes sense for the industry and tells the audience how to join those already working on it.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 May 2013

How to Stimulate Sharing and Find the Dollars in Social TV

Driving conversations is crucial in social TV. That means knowing the difference between what people watch and what they share.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 May 2013

Review: Dish Network's Hopper With Sling Is the One to Beat

The latest Dish DVR offers integrated Sling functionality and wireless iPad transfers. After thorough testing, we call it a winner.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 May 2013

Choosing a Live Streaming Encoder: A Video Guide

Content creators have several choices for turning a live event into a series of adaptive delivery files. This presentation explains them all.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 May 2013

Commentary: Adobe Goes All In on the Cloud

Adobe officially changes all the Creative Suite products to Creative Cloud. While that might make logical sense, the shift could create problems for end users and, ultimately, for Adobe, too.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 May 2013

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