Systems contractor show once again proves that streaming is penetrating traditional analog audio strongholds, with implications that may benefit the entire streaming industry.
Posted 20 Mar 2007
The proposal to implement expensive and retroactive royalties on internet radio stations—and generate millions for SoundExchange—has created a backlash.
Tues., Mar. 13, by Tim Siglin
Posted 16 Mar 2007
European Commission awards UK council that created “transparent” system to stream to constituents running Linux.
Wed., Mar. 7, by Tim Siglin
Posted 07 Mar 2007
Servecast and the Sports Video Group are each hosting or partnering on high-profile industry events to keep pushing sports video as both a broadcast art and a significant revenue stream.
Mon., Feb. 26, by Tim Siglin
Posted 26 Feb 2007
Google, Adobe, Vitalstream, and more bring mergers and acquisitions of tech companies back to center stage in the mainstream media
Posted 15 Feb 2007
2006 was a turning point for streaming media, but which direction is it headed in now?
Posted 15 Feb 2007
From both the programming and technology sides, announcements from ESPN, Media Excel, and ExpertVillage.com suggest the ways that mobile video is moving to the next level.
Wed., Feb. 14, by Tim Siglin
Posted 14 Feb 2007
From the unexpected—Steve Jobs coming out in favor of unprotected music—to the absurd—a man sued by the RIAA for downloading a paltry five songs—recent events highlight the fundamental problems with DRM.
Wed., Feb. 7, by Tim Siglin
Posted 07 Feb 2007
YouTube's announcement that it will begin some sort of revenue-sharing program opens a Pandora’s Box of legal, ethical, and business questions.
Tues., Jan. 30, by Tim Siglin
Posted 30 Jan 2007
Announcements from MySpace, Merlin, France Telcom, and a Chinese search engine point towards the future of digital media online.
Wed., Jan. 24, by Tim Siglin
Posted 23 Jan 2007