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James Careless


James Careless is a freelance technology writer whose work has appeared in RadioWorld, TVTechnology, and elsewhere.

Articles By James Careless

HuffPost Live: Will it Succeed?

Huffington Post launched its live video service to much fanfare last week, but will it have staying power? We ask streaming producers and analysts for their take.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Aug 2012

CNN, NBC and PBS Have Big Online Plans for Party Conventions

The games of summer continue. With the London Olympics now over, the streaming world turns its eyes to the upcoming Republican and Democratic conventions.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Aug 2012

The Fall TV Launch: Time for OTT to Join In?

The big networks generate buzz each year with their fall TV season announcements. Online video publishers like Streamin' Garage and MyDamnChannel are of two minds as to whether it's time for OTT to do the same.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Aug 2012

NASA Safety Center Slashes Training Costs with Streaming: Case Study

Video capture provides a 40-to-1 return on investment for NASA's Safety and Mission Assurance courses
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2012

Streaming Poised to Overtake DVD and Blu-ray Rentals

Viewers will rent a billion more streaming movies and TV shows than DVDs or Blu-rays this year, a rise of 135% over 2011
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2012

Break Media Finds Big Bucks in Buffoons and Babes

The Break Media websites — including Break.com — attract 120 million visitors each month by aggressively courting a young male demographic.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Aug 2012

Olympic Video Online: Cord-Cutters are Out of Luck

NBCUniversal will stream every event in every sport of the 2012 London Olympics. But if you want to watch online, you'd better be a cable, satellite, or telco subscriber.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jun 2012

Cloud Video Encoding: When to Go Online and When to Stay In-House

The experts weigh in on when companies should encode and transcode their own content, and when it makes sense to move to the cloud.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jun 2012

Thomas Dolby Streams Video Messages Back to the Future

The musician and internet-pioneer is traveling the United States, Canada, and Europe, asking people to record messages for an online video time capsule.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jun 2012

Streaming to All Devices: Is it Worth the Expense?

With the number of video formats and video-enabled devices growing, content providers are stuck with the extra cost and effort. Is being on every platform worth it?
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Apr 2012

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