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The Week In Streaming: MIDEM, MySpace, and More

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
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Jan 2007

Acacia Update: No News Is Good News?

Acacia’s DMT enforcement has slowed down in 2006, but they’ve acquired other patents that may be relevant to the streaming industry, and the company’s bottom line has never looked better.
Tues., Sept. 5, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Sep 2006

Commentary: Net Neutrality – An Update, a Misnomer, and (Possibly) a Better Way

It’s time we clarify the terms of the debate and separate “network neutrality” from “internet neutrality” and work towards a solution that preserves the open internet while stimulating the growth of next-generation technology, including HD streaming video.
Tues., Aug. 8, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2006

YouTube Keeps Growing, but for How Long?

By increasing its user-friendly features, the user-generated video site just keeps getting more and more popular. But analysts are beginning to wonder how long YouTube can keep going at this pace without a solid business strategy in place, and a recent lawsuit points out a chink in its armor.
Tues., July 18, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jul 2006

11 Steps to Building a Successful Global Content Business Utilizing Streaming

While every organization is different, these guiding principles can help prepare for potential growth and scaling of a content business.
Tues. May 2, by Tejpaul Bhatia
Featured Articles, Posted 02 May 2006

Burst.com Files Suit Against Apple

More than a year after settling with Microsoft, it's déjà vu all over again as the two companies battle it out in court over Burst's video and audio delivery patents.
Wed. April 19, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Apr 2006

Understanding Liability Issues For Streaming Media and VoIP

Because of the Internet's wide reach and litigants' desire to go after "deep pockets," streaming video publishers need to be especially concerned about legal issues surrounding the content they deliver.
by Marshall Seeder and Peter T. Berk
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Mar 2006

Court Upholds Claim Construction Findings Against Acacia Technologies

While significant in terms of helping the case of the adult entertainment defendants, Acacia’s DMT patents are still a long ways from being officially ruled legitimate or invalid.
by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jan 2006

Grabbing, Ripping, and Saving Streams

Applian is one of several companies offering software that records streaming audio and video. That’s a boon to consumers, but what about the legal implications?
by Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Dec 2005

Streaming Media West 2005 Wrap-Up Part 2

Reports from the Content Distribution and Content tracks, including sessions on Podcasting & Video Blogging, Digital Delivery of Movies and Programming, and the Streaming Media Advertising Vendor Showdown.
by Lionel Felix and Damien Stolarz
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Nov 2005

Analysis: EU Issues Paper Threatens Internet Expression Worldwide

By suggesting that a version of the “fairness doctrine” be applied to the Web, proposed European Union regulations undercut the very nature of Internet communication.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jul 2005

Supreme Advice on Peer-to-Peer

The court’s ruling in the MGM v. Grokster case is good news for “legit” P2P media delivery, says Kontiki’s Stuart Clearly.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jun 2005

Microsoft Settles Burst.com Lawsuit

The $60 million settlement fee is lower than many had expected, and the agreement may make it difficult for Burst to pursue future licenses.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Mar 2005

So You've Just Been Approached by Acacia...

You've gotten a letter from Acacia asking you to sign a licensing agreement. What are your options?
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Mar 2005

Acacia Makes Its Case

Acacia isn’t the first company to follow the patent licensing and litigation model, and it won’t be the last, as a flood of new companies with similar aspirations follow its lead. Here, Acacia's Robert Berman gives his company's side of the story, while patent experts provide an opposing view.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Mar 2005

Acacia’s 27 New Patent Portfolios Just Tip of the Iceberg

The company’s attempts to enforce patents on streaming technology merely are representative of a larger, worldwide trend of firms working to collect patent licensing revenue.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2005

Acacia Update: Still Flying Underneath the Radar

Due to its seemingly esoteric nature, most major news organizations have reported on Acacia’s DMT patent claims only fleetingly. What’s surprising is how many trade organizations—even those with members who’ve been contacted by Acacia—have continued to ignore this important and complex issue.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Nov 2004

Grokster Enters Web Radio Market

Company teams with Mercora to combine peer-to-peer, streaming music service with social networking and search components.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Nov 2004

Acacia Update: 3rd Quarter Earnings Report Reveals Scope of Acacia’s Ambitions

Acacia enters into its 200th DMT licensing agreement while reporting third quarter licensing revenue of $740,000 from its DMT patents alone.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Nov 2004

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