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Embracing Scare Tactics, the Cable Industry Still Doesn’t Get It

Can the cable and satellite companies frighten viewers into keeping expensive pay TV subscriptions? It's frightening that they think so.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Dec 2013

HTML5 Video Element to Gain Interactivity

With interactivity, HTML5 videos will become clickable and more engaging. But getting that functionality added across browsers will take some time.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2013

HEVC Will Make Streaming 4K a Reality: SNL Kagan

Streaming Ultra HD video to the home will require serious compression. Look for the HEVC codec to make the next jump in video resolution possible.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2013

Google Glass Brings Personal Video Recording to the Workplace

According to one company, Google Glass promises to deliver quick and useful video to the enterprise. QAD is at the forefront of discovering office uses for Glass.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2013

Bleacher Report: Live Video Pain Points Are Encoding and Android

One weak link will destroy the whole chain, but what if the chain is full of weak links? There are many elements that can ruin a live online video broadcast.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Dec 2013

Roku: Set-Top Boxes Drive Cable TV Subscriptions

Don't blame cord-cutting on us, says Roku. When channels offer TV Everywhere programming, Roku boxes provide a way to enjoy that on-demand content.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Dec 2013

Review: Brightcove Video Cloud Live

Brightcove customers should look to this new service for inexpensive real-time event transcoding, but several rough edges mar the experience.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Dec 2013

CDNs Offer More Than a Quick Byte

Nowadays, CDNs are jazzing up their menus with value-added services such as transcoding, content management, and monetization. Want fries with that?
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Dec 2013

Optimizing Supply Chains for Online Video

To understand data networks, think of the online video industry less as broadcasting and more as the transportation of goods.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Dec 2013

Verizon Will Acquire EdgeCast for $400M, Replacing In-House CDN

EdgeCast will become a part of Verizon Digital Media Services, but its full management team will stay in place. Learn why this is bad news for Akamai.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Dec 2013

The Netflix Way: Learning from Failure, Constantly Innovating

When Blockbuster laughed at a partnership proposal from Netflix in 2000, it jumpstarted one of the most revolutionary companies of our time.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Dec 2013

The Love Me Cat Show: A Hairless Cat Begs for Love

A Big Bang Theory producer creates a celebrity-filled online series featuring a hairless cat, a drumming robot, a side-kick owl, and a laughing sheep.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Dec 2013

Live Streaming With Mobile Devices: The BYOD Challenge

Mobile video in the enterprise is taking off, bringing with it increased security risks and unforeseen content management problems.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Dec 2013

YouTube Superstars: What's Their Next Move?

YouTube is turning out niche megastars by the hundreds, but where do they go for a second act? Does mainstream entertainment have a place for them?
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Dec 2013

Webcasting Without Worry

Webcasting has gotten easier, but that doesn't mean it's stress-free. Here are some tips and tricks to take some of the worry out of your webcasting efforts.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Dec 2013

Authenticity Is Key for Educational and Training Videos

What separates useful educational videos from laughably bad ones? To be successful, they first need to feel authentic to the audience.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Dec 2013

Presenting the Ozer Paradox: Simple and Pricey Don't Go Together

Expensive products have complicated interfaces and inflexible features, while free applications like Handbrake can be used by anyone.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Dec 2013

How Fullscreen Became a YouTube Giant (Almost) Overnight

Just a few years back, Fullscreen was nothing more than an idea. Now, it's one of the biggest players on YouTube -- and it's still growing.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Dec 2013

Why MSOs Should Not Switch Directly From MPEG-2 to HEVC

AVC is a mature and proven choice, while HEVC is still in its infancy. Dan Rayburn challenges the common wisdom on HEVC.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Dec 2013

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