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Tim Siglin

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 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


Articles By Tim Siglin

Presenting Streaming Media's Gear of the Year, 2014-15

Some of our top writers studied the gear releases from the past 12 months to honor the most interesting, innovative, and altogether breakthrough video products and technologies.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Apr 2015

The Biggest Streaming Media Mergers and Acquisitions of 2014

A look back on the past year's mergers and acquisitions, with an eye toward what they portend for the future.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Mar 2015

Buyer’s Guide to Media and Entertainment Video Platforms 2015

Filming in remote locations becomes much easier with the right MEVP as a partner. Here are five questions to ask before making a purchase.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Mar 2015

The State of Content Delivery 2015

Mobile device adoption, security requirements, and the rapid growth of premium OTT video will all challenge CDNs in the coming year.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Mar 2015

Pumping AIR into the Flash Debate

Even on mobile devices, Flash isn't really gone. We talked to Adobe to clarify how Flash Player and Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) continue to grow together.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Mar 2015

The State of Mobile Video 2015

Sharper screens, multicast, and phablets set the stage for the year ahead. As consumers watch more on mobile devices, how many subscriptions will they pay for?
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Mar 2015

Buyer's Guide to Enterprise Video Platforms 2015

You need to look at six key areas when choosing a platform to manage your enterprise video, including the platform's strategy for mobile, security, SharePoint, and adaptive bitrate.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Mar 2015

The State of Media Servers 2015

Do we even need media servers in 2015? You bet we do; HTTP servers simply aren't up to live streaming and adapting to new technologies. Here's a survey of the media server market as it stands today.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Mar 2015

The State of Enterprise Video 2015

2014's planning has turned into 2015's execution, but corporate video is still evolving slowly as enterprises figure out how to deal with moving away from overlay, whether or not to embrace the clooud, and what role (if any) integration with SharePoint and Skype for Business will play.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Mar 2015

Aframe, massAV, and the Game of “Musical Chairs”

Aframe offers a cloud-based, SaaS approach to video management and storage, charging by the seat. Here's a look at how one company, massAV, works with Aframe to collaborate on video projects while keeping seat rental costs down.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Mar 2015

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