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Speed Sells: Strangeloop Front-End Optimization Improves Sales

When sites load faster, customers spend more. But what's the best way to implement front-end optimization?
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jul 2012

Time Warner Extends Video Delivery with CDN

Customers want to watch what they want, when they want, and where they want. Cable companies are rising to the challenge.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jul 2012

European Summit to Look at the Sharp Knives of CDN Federation

Attendees of the Video Infrastructure Summit in London will attempt to push federation forward, and also discuss online entertainment and privacy.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jul 2012

VBrick's Integration Strategy

As asset management becomes more important than ever, streaming veteran VBrick continues to expand it's end-to-end offerings
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jul 2012

mDialog Looks to the Future of Mobile Video Advertising

At the Streaming Media East conference, mDialog shines a light on emerging technologies for buying ads and reaching customers.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jul 2012

Telefonica's CDN: Be a Cheetah or an Eagle, not a Duck

Spain's Telefonica might be entering the CDN market, but it's not trying to be all things to all people, said a Content Delivery Summit presentation.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jul 2012

Zencoder Says Pro Services, Speedy Cloud Encoding Set it Apart

In a competitive market, cloud video encoding company Zencoder is targeting the needs of large studios and enterprises.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jul 2012

MPEG DASH's Future Is Fractured, Says VideoRX

At the Streaming Media East conference, Robert Reinhardt of VideoRX says that MPEG DASH's unified vision is still years away.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jul 2012

BP Showcases Olympic Athletes with HTML5 Video Site

Olympic sponsor BP America has created an attractive, responsive, and moving site that delivers HTML5 video first with a Flash fallback.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jul 2012

WCIT-12: The End to the Internet as We Know It?

ACTA and SOPA may be dead, but proposed changes to the Internet Telecommunications Regulation pose an even bigger threat to a free and open internet
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jul 2012

Streaming Media West: Entertainment, Education, Enterprise

The leading online video conference will return to L.A. in October with a focus on media, as well as a new conference on enterprise and education.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jul 2012

Intel on the Challenge of Mobile Video Access

Employees are demanding access to internal videos from mobile devices, but that creates access and security issues for the enterprise.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jul 2012

MPEG LA Requests Patents for High Efficiency Video Coding

Also, the MPEG Industry Forum closes up, its mission to promote a standards-based solution a success.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Jul 2012

Turner Sports: Targeting 'Tribes' Leads to Greater Revenues

When publishers identify the tribes within their audience, they're better able to direct targeted content to them.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jul 2012

Roku Explains the Growing Threat to Cable and Satellite

Viewers are looking for more flexibility, such as a la carte models, but pay TV has been slow to respond.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jun 2012

Lauren Francesca: How to Make it Big on YouTube

Consistency and collaboration can help budding online video superstars find an audience, explains the Key of Awesome regular.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jun 2012

CBS Interactive: The Growth of Online TV and the New Water Cooler

According to CBS Interactive, online video programming is at a tipping point, but don't look for it to replace broadcast.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jun 2012

Olympic Video Online: Cord-Cutters are Out of Luck

NBCUniversal will stream every event in every sport of the 2012 London Olympics. But if you want to watch online, you'd better be a cable, satellite, or telco subscriber.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jun 2012

Vimeo Members Hit by Phishing Email Scam

A high-level phishing attack targeted members of the video sharing site Vimeo, and purported to come from Washington Post reporters.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jun 2012

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