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Tim Siglin
Contributing Editor

Tim Siglin is a contributing editor to Streaming Media. 

Articles By Tim Siglin

A Decade of

With the 2008 Streaming Media East show next week in New York, the Streaming Media brand celebrates its tenth year. What a long, strange trip it's been—here's a guided tour of the ups and downs of our first decade.
Tues, May 13, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 13 May 2008

H.264 Adoption Creating an International Broadcast Muddle

With more and more broadcasters simulcasting content online in H.264, issues of licensing and piracy are once again coming to the fore.
Fri., May 9, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 09 May 2008

Telepresence: Are Rising Oil Prices Videoconferencing's Best Hope?

Today’s confluence of environmental, financial, and political issues—along with new solutions from Polycom, Tandberg, and LifeSize—have breathed new life into the world of videoconferencing. That’s good news: Ultimately, more videoconferencing leads to more webcasting.
Mon., May 5, by Tim Siglin

Featured Articles, Posted 05 May 2008

When DRM Key Servers Vanish, Where Do Users Turn?

Piracy and "borrowed" content is often in the news, but even legitimate purchasers sometimes face a conundrum, such as that posed when MSN announced that music files purchased before 2006 would no longer be supported beginning later this year.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Apr 2008

Streams of Thought: Where Are They Now?

A few years ago, VH1 ran a program called Where Are They Now that tracked down artists that had faded from wider public view. So I thought it only fitting that, as part of this “Decade of Streaming” issue, I track down a few people who had played varying roles in the advent of streaming media.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Apr 2008

Review: Inlet Technologies Spinnaker S3000

Another winning real-time encoder from Inlet
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Apr 2008

Streaming Media Podcast #15: NAB Day Two

Tim Siglin interviews two more companies at the National Association of Broadcaster's show (NAB) in Las Vegas: Akamai talks about its partnership with transcoding companies, while Wowza talks about competing with Adobe on a whole new price-point playing field.
Fri., April 18, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2008

Streaming Media Podcast #14: NAB Day One

Tim and Jose explore topics of interest at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show, talking with companies about piracy, high-definition streaming and the disappearance of two major companies—Apple and Avid—from the show floor.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Apr 2008

NAB 2008: Andy Beach Writes a Book . . . And Other Amazing Tales

Inlet's Andy Beach published a book on practical encoding, while his company and Adobe are showing off metadata and automated encoding solutions at the NAB show in Las Vegas.
Wed., April 16, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Apr 2008

NAB 2008: Broadcasting by Any Other Name . . . Is Broadcasting

Not surprisingly, the takeaway from the president's keynote kicking off NAB 2008 is that broadcasting—whether it's online, offline or a combination of both—is alive and well. But clearly traditional broadcasters have much to learn from their web counterparts, and some key announcements indicate how the two worlds are merging.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Apr 2008

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