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Dailymotion Now Streaming Live News from Al Jazeera, BBC, and Bloomberg

Dailymotion has integrated with news portal Livestation to deliver live streams from Al Jazeera, Bloomberg, the BBC, France 24, the United Nations, and NASA.
Online Video News, Posted 31 Jan 2011

KIT Digital Acquires Kyte, KickApps, and Kewego for $77.2 Million

Deals bring KIT Digital social media tools, new technologies, and geographic growth.
Online Video News, Posted 31 Jan 2011

Netflix Releases Performance Data on Top ISPs

The movie streaming company's compilation of data shows which Internet Service Providers offer the best throughput.
Online Video News, Posted 27 Jan 2011

Free Roku HD with Streaming Media East Gold and Platinum Passes

Registration opens today for this year's conference, which includes a track devoted exclusively to HTML5 video
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jan 2011

Adobe and thePlatform Partner for Delivery and Monetization Alliance

Agreement brings Flash Access benefits to thePlatform's media customers.
Online Video News, Posted 25 Jan 2011 Presents Upload Once, Stream Anywhere—for Free

The encoding specialist presents a one-step solution for streaming to any browser or device. Read on for the beta code necessary to try it out.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Jan 2011

HTML5 Track Coming to Streaming Media East

A fourth track, dedicated exclusively to HTML5, has been added at no additional cost.
Online Video News, Posted 21 Jan 2011

Smart TV Sales to Grow Rapidly, Says in-Stat

Web-enabled device sales to grow six-fold by 2014, research report finds.
Online Video News, Posted 20 Jan 2011

HTML5, the iPad, and the iPhone: What You Need to Know

The world of HTML5 video is fragmented, but a recent webinar explains how content providers can best prepare for it.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jan 2011

What if Google Didn't Drop H.264 in Chrome?

Pundits have pounced on Google for dropping H.264 support in favor of WebM in the Chrome browser. But what if an all-H.264 world isn't all it's cracked up to be?
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jan 2011

IPTV Field is Growing, Report Finds

Looking at new players and acquisitions, report predicts a prosperous 2011 for IPTV.
Online Video News, Posted 18 Jan 2011

Blinkx Adds TV Guide Videos

Exclusive red carpet coverage and celebrity interviews are now available from the video search engine.
Online Video News, Posted 18 Jan 2011

BitTorrent's P2P Live Streaming: A Video First Look

At the recent CES in Las Vegas, we sat down with BitTorrent's creator Bram Cohen to talk about his latest project: video live streaming with peer-to-peer delivery. Get a first look in this exclusive video.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jan 2011

Rackspace Teams With Akamai; Could Be Good News for Limelight

Rackspace announced last week that it is partnering with Akamai, and reports suggested it is phasing out its relationship with Limelight. That makes little sense, unless there's more behind-the-scenes deal-making going on here than meets the eye.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jan 2011

Octoshape Launches Cloudmass Delivery

CDN-aggregator provides high bandwidth for video delivery, but only when needed.
Online Video News, Posted 12 Jan 2011

VMIX Finishes European and Asian Rollout

Partnership with Amazon Web Services bring improved performance and storage to worldwide customers.
Online Video News, Posted 12 Jan 2011

How to Encode to WebM

With Google's announcement that it's dropping H.264 support in Chrome in favor of WebM, it's time to start looking at the format. Here's a look at how to get the best WebM quality.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2011

The Carrot or The Stick: Wresting Control of the Broadcast Airwaves

The battle between broadcasters and wireless providers heats up with remarks made by FCC Chair Julius Genachowski at CES last week
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jan 2011

Commentary: BT and its Orwellian Aims to Mind Control the UK (Not)

The controversy over British Telecom's new pricing scheme goes to show that the "Net Neutrality" debate might be the most ridiculous thing since the "Millennium Bug"
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jan 2011

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