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NHL: Online Video Personalization Is a Priority

Getting the multiscreen entertainment experience right means providing targeted, valuable information to both viewers and advertisers.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jul 2013

Integrating Social Media with the TriCaster 8000

The latest TriCaster lets producers do more than control their video production; they can control distribution to social networking channels, as well.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jul 2013

Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards: The Nominations Are Open

It's time to submit your nominations in 26 categories for the only awards program in online video where the winners are chosen by the people who actually use the products and services.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jul 2013

TiVo: With So Much Content, Easy Discoverability Is Key

Consumers are drowning in choice; what they need is a simple search mechanism for finding content on any platform.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jul 2013

A+E: TV Everywhere Has a Major Impact on Content Discoverability

Time- and place-shifted video-on-demand is disruptive to how networks market their new programs.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jul 2013

What to Look for in an H.264 Video Encoder

Today's video encoders are mostly similar and mostly good, said Robert Reinhardt at Streaming Media East. Still, there are a few features to seek out.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jul 2013

MPEG-DASH: Making Tracks Toward Widespread Adoption

Despite all the hype, the move to embrace MPEG-DASH and the DASH264 spec has been slow-going. We look at the history of DASH and the roadblocks it faces moving forward.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jul 2013

Taking Steps to Fight Piracy in Online Video

Legislators and content owners are trying a variety of tactics to combat piracy, but so far the pirates are staying a step ahead.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Jul 2013

No Second Chances: Get Live Events Right the First Time

Learn the five core elements for a live event, then follow this battle-tested advice to ensure live enterprise events come off without a hitch.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jun 2013

The WiredArts Fest: High Culture Meets Live Online Video

A 12-night event streams live music, dance, and theater to a global audience, proving that the arts have a place in online video.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jul 2013

Niche Sports — Such as Drifting — Find Growing Audiences Online

Sports too small for cable are finding big success with online video. Dailymotion tapped into the passion for drifting with a new series called "Battle Tested."
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jul 2013

Review: Harmonic ProMedia Xpress

We put the first generation of the recently released ProMedia Xpress through a variety of tests, looking at performance, quality, closed captions, and more.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Jul 2013

Cord-Cutters Find No Easy Solution to Replacing Cable

Those ready to dump cable or satellite subscriptions should be careful what they ask for. Cobbled together alternatives can be ungainly and challenging.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Jul 2013

For UltraHD Streaming, Studios Need to Forge a Desperate Alliance

Consumers will never go for 4K video that stumbles on the last mile. Here's what the major studios can do about it.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jul 2013

Commentary: Standards Are Meaningless (Until They Mean Something)

Enough with the new standards. All the talk about HTML5, DASH, and HEVC is mostly hot air, and here's why.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jul 2013

Online Video Lets Professors Flip the Classroom

In a trend called "flipping the classroom," college instructors have students view instructional videos online before class, so that classroom time is put to better use.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jul 2013

Shedding Light on UltraViolet Performance

Most studios are on-board and most new releases are UltraViolet-enabled. But does that mean UltraViolet is a success?
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jun 2013

The Business Case For Deploying Multi-Language Video

Since only 5.5 percent of the world speaks English as its native language, there's a big opportunity to grow an audience by moving into global markets.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jul 2013

YouTube Gives Brands Advice on Using YouTube as an OVP

Why pay more? At Streaming Media East, a YouTube executive offered best practices for tapping into YouTube's massive global audience.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jul 2013

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