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How to Build an HTML5 Video Player, from VideoJS's Creator

Steve Heffernan explains how to build a customized HTML5 player. Watch this for everything you need to know.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Sep 2012

Ustream and LiveU Explain How to Live Stream on a Budget

Companies don't need to spend a fortune to live stream an event. In fact, pricing starts around $500.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Sep 2012

How to Encode Video for HTML5

Ogg Theora, H.264, or WebM? A Streaming Media East presentation guides viewers through the fractured state of HTML5 video.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Sep 2012

Online Video Fails to Disrupt the Cable Business Model

Traditional pay TV services aren't feeling the threat of online video. Will cord cutting ever take off with the mainstream viewer?
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Sep 2012

2012 Readers' Choice Awards: Voting Now Open

25 categories. More than 280 nominees. It's time for you to cast your vote in the biggest awards in online video, and the only awards that are chosen by the people using these products, services, and technologies every day.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Sep 2012

MPEG DASH and HEVC Dominated the Discussions at IBC

Even in a down economy, Amsterdam's IBC conference was able to grow total attendance -- something it's done for the past decade.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Sep 2012

OTT in Latin America: Differentiation Is the Main Challenge

Price is a problem, but competition is high. A Streaming Media East session looks at the greatly different video streaming climate in Latin America.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Sep 2012

Roku, TiVo, Epix Ask if Internet Television Is Already Broken

Limited programming, Hollywood availability windows, confusing interfaces, search hassles: can internet television be saved?
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Sep 2012

Apple TV, Roku, WD, Sony, D-Link: Battle of the $99 Set-top Boxes

Which low-cost set-top box is best? Which offers the simplest set-up, most channels, and cleanest interface? Watch this to find out.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Sep 2012

How Cornell, Yale, MIT, and University of Chicago Stream Video

Online video is a perfect tool for cyberbullying, educators learn. Is there a way to prevent students from grabbing and misusing video?
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Sep 2012

How to Choose an Enterprise-Class Video Encoder

Hardware? Software? A workflow system? What are the advantages to each? For those not sure where to start, look here first.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Sep 2012

Turning Digital Dimes into Dollars: Online Video Advertising

The future of premium online video advertising will both borrow from and improve upon traditional business models.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Sep 2012

Comparing and Configuring Live Streaming Encoders with AOL

Watch this presentation to learn everything you need to know about creating live video streams of events from AOL's in-house expert.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Sep 2012

Apple TV vs. Roku 2

The market is full of $99 streaming boxes, but Apple TV and Roku 2 are still the most popular. Here's an in-depth comparison on hardware, features, and content.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Sep 2012

How to Deliver Low-Cost Captions on Live Webcasts

Lockheed Martin explains how it webcasts to all employees at once, even the hearing impaired.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Aug 2012

Google TV Devices Race to the Bottom

New units hit the market offering lower prices, but pared-down features. Will we see a Google TV price war for the holidays?
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Aug 2012

How to Encode for Apple iOS Devices

Jan Ozer explains how to get video on Apple's mobile devices in this hour-long presentation.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Aug 2012

Wall Street Journal: Online Series Finding Mainstream Success

AOL, My Damn Channel, Vevo, and CBS Interactive look at how original web series are crossing over and appealing to a larger audience.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Aug 2012

Studios Push Blu-Ray for the Holidays, but Disc's Time Is Ending

The major studios are making a concerted effort to sell classic movies on Blu-ray, but streaming is rapidly taking over from optical discs.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Aug 2012

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