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Microsoft: How to Keep Dull Webcasts Out of Your Enterprise

Are employees watching in-house webcasts because they have to or because they want to? Learn the secrets of creating compelling enterprise video.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Feb 2015

For Epix, Multi-Platform Viewing Is the Only Option Forward

Streaming content to multiple platforms is now an essential. Epix explains how it prioritizes platforms and secures rights with content holders.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Feb 2015

Get Recommendations Right: Thumbs Up as Important as Thumbs Down

While services might want stay positive and only let members vote up content they like, negativity plays a crucial role in recommendations, says Clearleap.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Feb 2015

H.265: Here's the Good News, the Bad News, and What to Expect

Does H.265 double the compression ratio compared to H.264? Perhaps not, but users will still see much smaller file sizes.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Feb 2015

Frost & Sullivan Shows the Appeal of HEVC Across the Industry

While all players agree on the value of moving ahead with HEVC, they see getting different benefits coming from its widespread adoption.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Feb 2015

Securing Mobile Video a Challenge for Even the Biggest Enterprises

Why did a practitioner from a company implementing an enterprise video platform give a presentation on enterprise mobile video when it doesn't support mobile yet? Because a lot of companies are in the same position—securing mobile video is challenging
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Feb 2015

Twitch Explains How Professional Video Gamers Make a Living

For anyone over a certain age it's still hard to comprehend: People make a living playing video games? Yes, and the best make a lot.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2015

Akamai: How MSE, EME, and WebCrypto Will Join to Kill Flash

When these three technologies are used together, they create a player development environment that works across a wide range of devices.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2015

The NYT Becomes a Video Hub, Leads With Chromecast Development

As the New York Times prepares to invade the living room, it's starting its OTT efforts with the Google Chromecast—but there's much more to come.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2015

The Key to Online Video Success Is Authenticity, Says YouTube

Any voice can find an audience on YouTube as long as viewers believe it's authentic and honest about what it wants to communicate.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Feb 2015

Vubiquity: The Two Unstoppable Advantages of TV Everywhere

Think TVE is DOA? Think again. It offers consumer benefits that the OTT services can't begin to touch. Now it just needs to exploit them.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Feb 2015

Sling TV Review: It's Only a Bargain if You Like the Content

Dish has gotten the price right on its $20 per month OTT bundle, but the content and the interface are all kinds of wrong. There's 13 channels and nothin' on.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Feb 2015

FCC's "Open Internet" Proposal Fails to Address Real Issues

In the latest salvo in the debate over "net neutrality," the FCC released a fact sheet outlining proposed rules, but they don't address interconnection and ISP competition
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Feb 2015

iOgrapher Brings Simple Video Production to Cash-Strapped Schools

With an iPad, an iOgrapher, and a few accessories, schools and even news networks are learning how strong the results of mobile shooting can be.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Feb 2015

Sony: First Live 4K Football or Baseball Game Will Be a Milestone

When will viewers finally take notice of the benefits of 4K video? When they can stream a live football or baseball game in glorious ultra-high definition.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Feb 2015

How the NFL Diagrams In-House and Remote Video Workflows

When millions of football fans are watching the output, the NFL can't afford to make a mistake. Here's how it tackles the problem of complicated workflows.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Feb 2015

Commentary: Flash Is Dead Again (Yawn)

Sure, YouTube now defaults to HTML5 Video and VP9 for most browsers, but don't send flowers to Adobe just yet. Flash still has a lot of life left in it.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jan 2015

Build a YouTube Following: Shira Lazar Shares Insider Advice

Succeeding on YouTube requires passion, creativity, and tons of hard work. The host of What's Trending explains how to attract viewers the right way.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jan 2015

Fox Networks: Behind TV Everywhere's Slow Consumer Rollout

TV Everywhere isn't everywhere, and it won't be for several years. A Fox exec explains why there's no magic wand for content programming deals.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jan 2015

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