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Industry Perspectives: Beyond Compliance—Webcasting Evolves into a Strategic Communications Tool

For investor relations professionals, Webcasting has been the “killer app” for compliance with the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation FD. Now, however, savvy communications professionals are leveraging the benefits of Webcasting for other applications beyond the quarterly earnings call.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Aug 2004

Sonic Youth: York University and Sonic Foundry’s Mediasite Put a New Spin on Elearning

While most elearning applications augment or replace classroom learning, a Canadian university is saving money and staff time by implementing it in its career center.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jun 2004

The Best of Streaming Media East 2004 Part2

Last week, we shared highlights from the show's Content track. This week, here's a look at some of the more notable issues from Streaming Media East's Business track, including sessions on Internet radio, security, and the future of enterprise streaming.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 May 2004

Workshops Kick Off Streaming Media East 2004

In their pre-show seminars, Steve Mack offered a primer in "best practices for streaming," while Nico McLane walked her audience through three real-life scenarios.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 May 2004

VCR's for Streaming

Streaming media is a great way to receive multimedia over the Internet. But it doesn't help you when you're on a plane, in traffic, or in your ice-fishing hut in Minnesota. Help is available-StreamDown and SDP can record streaming media programs, letting you watch or listen at your convenience.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Mar 2004

Screen Recording – An Enterprise Approach to Streaming Media Publishing

For software training, demos, or even Powerpoint slideshows, a narrated screen recording can be a simple & effective way to get your point across. In this article we'll look at the industrial-strength Screenwatch & see how it handles presentation authoring for educational institutions & enterprises.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Feb 2004

Debunking Multicast Urban Legends

In the multicast industry there are a number of commonly heard statements that have become "urban legends." It is the streaming media industry’s responsibility—if it wants to become ubiquitous by driving down bandwidth costs—to dispel these myths with "truths" such as those provided here.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jan 2004

Screen Recorders for Streaming

With visual communication over the Internet an essential business and educational tool, screen recording can provide a simple means to create presentations of software demos, data walk-throughs, or even traditional slideshows. Let's face it, nothing beats the "Show me, don't tell me!" approach.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jan 2004

Cisco Expands Its AVVID Portfolio

In November, Cisco announced plans to extend its AVVID IP communications products portfolio into the data conferencing world through the acquisition of Latitude Communications. Though significant, this move is unlikely to create enormous new opportunities for those selling and using streaming media.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jan 2004

What’s Holding Up Multicast Streaming?

Today many streaming industry advocates (and pundits) wonder why eleven years after the first test multicasts of streaming, this technology is still not ubiquitous. Will multicast streaming efficiencies ever happen?
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Dec 2003

Virage Then And Now

With the recent announcement of the acquisition of Virage, a provider of video and rich media communication software, contributing Editor Christine Perey reviews their business history and the integration of the streaming media work flow within enterprise corporations.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Aug 2003

Streaming vs. Downloading Video: Choosing The Right Solution

Streaming and downloading are distinct methods of delivery, each with its own benefits and limitations. We'll take a look at the difference between the two methods, and make some suggestions about when you should choose one or the other for your projects.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Jul 2003

Video E-Mail And The In-box

There are two categories of use for video messaging. The first is to offer an audience an experience akin to television advertising. The second is personal video messaging. There are professional and consumer applications for both categories of video messaging. by Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jun 2003

Where Videoconferencing and Streaming Technologies Intersect - Part 1

As simple as it sounds to connect one IP video platform to another, converting media produced in real time by a videoconferencing system to appeal to streaming audiences accustomed to broadcast television is challenging.
By: Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Nov 2002

Broadcasting Live Events: What You Need To Know - Understanding The Basics

Broadcasting a live event on the Internet requires a host of various resources. Outsourcing all or part of the process can leave you with more questions than answers. This two-part tutorial will provide an outline and checklist of what you need to know to stay ahead of the game.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Sep 2002

Webcasting Royalty Rates Rejected

A controversial royalty rate plan for streaming music online has been rejected by the Librarian of Congress.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 May 2002

It’s All About Communication

There’s no denying the tremendous utility in streaming media to deliver information faster, more efficiently, and to a global audience. Columnist Dan Rayburn speaks
Featured Articles, Posted 17 May 2002

Choosing The Right Capture Solution

With a host of recent changes in capture boards, contributor Dee McVicker surveys the options available for pros, prosumers and consumers.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Mar 2002

Planet of the Apps (Part II)

Vodafone and other telcos in Europe and the United States have paid billions of dollars for 3G network licenses. Now they need killer apps to match. Staff Writer Jason Thompson tells us that companies are looking at sociology to help them understand user behavior.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Nov 2001

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