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Biographical Information
Tim Siglin
Chairman
423.384.9962

Tim Siglin is chairman of Braintrust Digital, a digital media production company, and a co-founder of the go-to-market strategic consulting firm Transitions, Inc. Involved full-time in visual communications and digital media for over 20 years, Siglin has also served as a contributing editor for StreamingMedia.com for over 15 years.  Prior to co-founding Transitions Inc., he served as principal analyst at The Hampton-James Company, a media consultancy, and was CEO of Century VII, Inc., a production and media integration design firm. Siglin has an MBA in international entrepreneurship, has taught as an adjunct at several colleges and universities, and has worked in both motion picture production and crisis management public relations. As a co-founder of Transitions, Inc., Siglin offers customized strategy consulting for a number of customers, including three Fortune 10 companies, numerous Fortune 100 companies, and multiple small businesses. Repeat customers account for more than 80 percent of all on-going business. Siglin can be reached at writer@braintrustdigital.com.

 

Articles By Tim Siglin

HTTP Streaming: What You Need to Know

Understanding this hybrid delivery approach is key to advancing robust streaming solutions.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Feb 2010

YouTube: The Place for Politics?

From President Obama to the Tea Party to a "re-enactment" of the Proposition 8 trial, politicians and activists of all persuasions are turning to streaming video to make their point.
Tues., Feb. 2, by Tim Siglin
Online Video News, Posted 02 Feb 2010

Commentary: An iPad By Any Other Name

From the name to its lack of video features - including camera and Flash support - Apple's new iPad deserves equal parts criticism and praise.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jan 2010

The Devil's in the Details

When it comes to reporting and analytics, make sure you’re getting all the information you need.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jan 2010

Live Streaming of Large Events: Is it Worth It?

Last week's "Hope for Haiti" telethon was streamed to PCs and mobiles, as well as broadcast on dozens of TV channels. But a close look at the numbers reveals both the promise and the potential pitfalls of webcasting large events.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jan 2010

Time to Show YouTube (and Hulu?) the Money

YouTube announced that it will offer a select number of Sundance Film Festival entries for rental, while Hulu appears poised to start charging for some content.
Fri., Jan. 22, by Tim Siglin
Online Video News, Posted 22 Jan 2010

News Video Sites Consider Charging for Content

Current events such as the earthquake in Haiti are driving traffic to news sites in unprecedented numbers, leading to renewed interest in charging for news video online.
Tues., Jan. 19, by Tim Siglin
Online Video News, Posted 19 Jan 2010

Review: video.Market7.com

The annotated player Market7 provides sets it apart from other collaboration tools, even if those other tools might do a better job with collaborative scripting and resource allocation.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jan 2010

Courtroom Streaming Attracts Supreme Attention

Supreme Court argument leads to ban on streaming in a case challenging California's gay marriage ban, but for how long?
Tues., Jan. 12, by Tim Siglin
Online Video News, Posted 12 Jan 2010

CES 2010: Streaming Leads Consumer Electronics Growth

At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, integration and service are the name of the game, with increased emphasis on mobile video and the digital living room.
Thurs., Jan. 7, by Tim Siglin
Online Video News, Posted 07 Jan 2010

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