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Retransmission Dispute Dominates House Video Marketplace Hearing

While the agenda was updating video marketplace laws for the mobile age, stopping pay TV blackouts stole the stage.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Sep 2013

FCC Extends Comments Deadline on Closed-Captioning Rule

New deadline gives content producers, distribution outlets, and hardware manufacturers time to collaborate on interoperable solutions to provide closed captioning to online viewers
Online Video News, Posted 09 Sep 2013

3Play Media: Captions Aren't Just a Good Idea, They're the Law

Government regulations spell out exactly what online video needs to be captioned. Learn the laws to avoid fines and lawsuits.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Sep 2013

Video Technology Providers Back FCC E-Rate Update

As more students stream distance learning video, FCC proposes updating program that funds internet access for schools and libraries, and finds backing among video tech vendors
Online Video News, Posted 23 Aug 2013

Eyepartner Wins Injunction Against Kor Media for Copyright Issues

A trial will follow in a few months, deciding whether or not Kor illegally used TikiLive code in a competing product.
Online Video News, Posted 16 Aug 2013

Aereo Plans September Launch for Dallas, Houston, Miami

Continuing an aggressive expansion plan, Aereo announces three more markets. Meanwhile, Time Warner and CBS give it a boost.
Online Video News, Posted 08 Aug 2013

Department of Commerce to Make Unauthorized Streaming a Felony

Reproducing copyrighted material is a felony, while streaming it is a misdemeanor, but that distinction could go away.
Online Video News, Posted 07 Aug 2013

Streaming Forum Preview: Netflix Aims to "Delight" Customers

Netflix will kick off Streaming Forum 2013 with a panel discussion highlighting the unique challenges—and opportunities—for SVOD providers to build a content and service supply chain in Europe
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Apr 2013

Closed Captioning for Streaming Media

Whether you're required by law to offer closed captions or not, there's good reason to add them to your online video workflow. Here's how.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Nov 2012

YouTube Announces Improvements to Content ID System

Designed to prevent unauthorized use of copyrighted material, Content ID get more accurate, gains appeals option.
Online Video News, Posted 04 Oct 2012

Netflix Pays out $9M for Class-Action Lawsuit, Changes Privacy

The big winners are the suit's lawyers and a few unnamed charities, but mostly the lawyers.
Online Video News, Posted 31 Jul 2012

WCIT-12: The End to the Internet as We Know It?

ACTA and SOPA may be dead, but proposed changes to the Internet Telecommunications Regulation pose an even bigger threat to a free and open internet
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jul 2012

SXSW Report: The Future of Online Video Captioning

A government act will soon require much broadcast video streamed online to contain captioning. Adobe and MTV are looking for solutions.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Mar 2012

AT&T and T-Mobile Withdraw Merger Request; Spectrum Is Key Issue

While AT&T needs spectrum, the DoJ's antitrust concerns could scuttle its plans.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Nov 2011

Internet Raises Alarm over HR 3261, Allows Sites to Be Shut Down

Free speech advocates decry SOPA bill, which gives broad powers to stop copyright infringement.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Nov 2011

Media Security Company Irdeto Buys BayTSP, Adds Anti-Piracy

Irdeto's ActiveCloak for Media platform gains piracy search and protection features with acquisition.
Online Video News, Posted 24 Oct 2011

YouTube: A Peek Inside

YouTube's European engineering director Oliver Heckmann will keynote Streaming Media Europe in London in October, and he offered us a preview of his behind-the-scenes talk
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Oct 2011

WebM Patent Fight Ahead for Google?

MPEG LA says that 12 patent holders have stepped forward with patents they believe are essential to the VP8 standard. A patent pool license could be next.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jul 2011

Wowza Denies Adobe's Allegations of Patent Infringement

Wowza calls Adobe's claims of patent infringement, unfair competition, and false advertising "unfounded and spurious" in a response filed yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
Online Video News, Posted 27 May 2011

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