Reversing a decision it made in April, Microsoft has decided to allow music purchased from its now-defunct MSN Music service to play on new or updated devices.
Friday, June 20, by Tim Siglin
Posted 20 Jun 2008
A "where are they now?" look at some of the names associated with the early days of the Streaming Media shows.
Posted 15 Jun 2008
At Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference 2008, Steve Jobs promised the new iPhone is twice as fast at about half the price. Other announcements included a revamp of QuickTime, while Sling showed off its new SlingMobile across the street.
Tues., June 10, by Tim Siglin
Posted 10 Jun 2008
Tim interviews Chris Knowlton and Charles Finkelstein, both with Microsoft, regarding the new Expression Encoder 2, Silverlight 2 and IIS 7's ability to handle multiple video formats.
Mon., June 2, by Tim Siglin
Posted 02 Jun 2008
A spate of announcements from TiVo, Amazon, and Netflix over the past two weeks point to the ways in which consumer entertainment has joined the enterprise on equal footing as a driver of the streaming industry.
Fri., May 30, by Tim Siglin
Posted 30 May 2008
Tim Siglin wraps up Streaming Media East 2008 coverage with a series of interviews: Angelina Ward with Focal Press, Gerard Virga, COO at CDN Powerstream and Dr. Harsh Verma from R Systems.
Tues., May 27, by Tim Siglin
Posted 27 May 2008
In a freewheeling presentation and a spirited question and answer session, CNNMoney's Caleb Silver touched on the technology, the people and the raison d'être for CNNmoney.com using video.
Wed., May 21, by Tim Siglin
Posted 21 May 2008
Jose Castillo and Tim Siglin talk about highlights from Streaming Media East in New York, including AT&T's re-emergence as a CDN, a jaw-dropping mobile video webcasting demo by Steve Garfield, and interviews with show attendees.
Posted 21 May 2008
AT&T courts customers big and small as the telco returns to the video and content delivery space in a big way at Streaming Media East
Tues., May 20, by Tim Siglin
Posted 20 May 2008
Assessments of online news from today sound similar to those from a decade ago. What's changed is that, whether old-school print journalists like it or not, video is absolutely central to a successful newspaper business.
Tues., May 13, by Tim Siglin
Posted 13 May 2008