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H.264 Begins Its Ascent

To quote Mark Twain, reports of the codec's demise are premature. If anything, H.264 is just beginning to gain traction.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jan 2005

Videophones, Round 3: Finally as easy as picking up the phone?

A batch of recent announcements and upcoming CES product announcements suggest that videophones just might be ready for their closeup.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Dec 2004

Industry Perspectives: Delivering High-Quality Video Service Over DSL Networks

Fiber optics isn’t the only solution available to deliver video and interactive digital media to the home.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Dec 2004

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

Webcast Metrics Releases Its First Internet Radio Ratings Report

Distributed processing allows for scalable and exact reporting of stations’ audience reach.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Nov 2004

Commentary: Are We There Yet?

We shouldn’t be thinking about creating a "streaming industry" anymore. Rather, we should focus on all the vertical markets for which streaming can provide solutions. A look at streaming’s past offers lessons for the future.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 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

Industry Perspectives: Emerging Video Apps Need Programmability and Flexibility

A major problem for equipment manufacturers is that their products don’t meet existing video encoding standards, much less accommodate emerging standards. Hence, two major requirements for the successful deployment of new digital video equipment are software programmability and system flexibility.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Nov 2004

IBM’s Open Framework Announcement Highlights Streaming Media West 2004

From the infrastructure to the handheld, this year’s show was all about collaboration.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Nov 2004

Poll Position: Gallup Streams Daily Briefings

After two years of presenting text-only resources, the Gallup Organization teamed with Akamai to deliver timely video reports on the hot topic of the day.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Oct 2004

Business Video Breaks Down Borders

Kontiki helps Ernst & Young improve business communications & training
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Oct 2004

WSN TV 75: A Business Model for the Next Hundred Years

This digital content aggregator wants to evangelize to the U.S. about the benefits of fiber optics; monetize streamed and downloaded digital content; and partner with and educate entrepreneurial content creators, all in an effort to build an Information Age business.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Oct 2004

Eyes on the Enterprise

It’s no longer a question of whether or not you can afford to add streaming media to your corporate communications toolbox, but whether you can afford not to?
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Oct 2004

Media in the Real World

Case Study: Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. adopts thePlatform media publishing system™
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Oct 2004

Streaming Media's Success Story

With technical obstacles gone and costs dropping, rich media makes more sense than ever for the enterprise market.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Oct 2004

Sports Drive IP Video Subscription Services

Lack of ubiquitous broadband access means that, for now at least, downloading rules the mound while streaming is still warming up in the bullpen. But more and more content delivery portals are offering free streaming to lure users in, in the hopes that they’ll pay for downloads.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Sep 2004

IBC Update: From a Streaming Perspective

IBC2004 offered a host of streaming-related announcements, from the ISMA’s Conformance Program to a video headend from SkyStream with eight MPEG-4 AVC encoders. Learn more about the latest and greatest in streaming media in this IBC2004 roundup.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Sep 2004

Meet the New Draft, Same as the Old Draft

The U.S. Copyright Office has proposed an alternative to the much-criticized “Induce Act.” But critics say it does little to change the fact that the bill would essentially undercut the landmark 1984 Betamax decision.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Sep 2004

Acacia Update: Busy Little Bees

From revising its licensing fees for schools to suing more cable companies, Acacia’s been keeping the streaming media industry on its toes. Here’s a look at what’s gone on in the last month.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Sep 2004

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