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NAB 2006: Streaming Takes Center Stage

Beyond the slew of product announcements that always accompanies the opening of the show, this year’s NAB finds keen interest in streaming throughout the show floor.
Mon. April 24, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Apr 2006

ABC To Offer Hit Shows Online—For Free

Desperate Housewives and Lost are among the shows the network plans to stream, with ads, the day after they air on broadcast TV.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Apr 2006

Gearing Up for NAB

As broadcasters focus more attention on delivering content online, this year’s show promises to be a showcase for streaming media tools.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Apr 2006

Going Mobile: Wireless TV Market in the UK Takes Off

As 3G gains momentum, successful trials suggest that the time is ripe for mobile TV in the UK. But competition between delivery models, as well as debate over the roles of different links in the delivery chain, is keeping widespread adoption at bay.
by Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2006

NSCA 2006: Streaming Invades the Conference Room

The National Systems Contractor Association’s annual Expo has traditionally focused on audio, and analog audio at that. But this year’s show, held earlier this month in Las Vegas, saw streaming products move front and center.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Mar 2006

CeBIT 2006: Americans in Hannover

The world’s largest technology show didn’t disappoint this year, with compelling advances in VoIP, display, and optical storage pointing towards the future.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Mar 2006

CeBIT 2006: Action at the Extremes

With its theme “Digital Solutions for Work and Life,” this year’s show offered plenty of playback-related devices, from the most portable to the least.
by Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Mar 2006

Gcast Lets Podcasters Phone It In

Is there money to be made by letting people record podcasts for free via the telephone? Gcast’s Ali Partovi thinks so.
by Ron Miller
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2006

Commentary: Barriers to Smooth Streaming Remain Visible at 3GSMWorld 2006

The wireless market is still defined by unproven business models and a veritable alphabet soup of competing standards and technologies. To anyone who’s been around streaming since the beginning, it’s an all-too-familiar scenario.
by Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Feb 2006

Mobile DTV Alliance Formed to Promote Best Practices for DVB-H Standard

Industry group hopes to bring TV’s broadcast model onto mobile phones and other handsets and reap the benefits it has to offer over the unicast model in use today.
by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Feb 2006

Moving Beyond Text Search

Even today, video indexing systems are still based on textual search modalities. But if some cutting-edge research projects are any indication, that’s all about to change.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Feb 2006

The Great Telecom Debate: (Re)Defining the Internet for the 21st Century

Congress is poised to write new telecom legislation that will have far-reaching ramifications for the future of the Internet as an open communications network and the development and delivery of ultra-wide broadband content.
by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Feb 2006

Company Profile: On2 Technologies Pledges Continued Innovation

Despite the unexpected departure last week of CEO Doug McIntyre, On2 continues to search for the ever-elusive low bit-rate, low processor-power sweet spot.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Feb 2006

Google Video: Asleep At The Wheel

Google’s new Video Store offers clips from the NBA and CBS—right along with clips containing graphic sexual content and violence that appears to violate the company’s own video program policies. The end result? An embarrassment to the entire industry.
by Dan Rayburn
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Feb 2006

Commentary: The Year of Video Search

Google Video and the AOL/Truveo deal aren’t the only reasons why video search could take off in 2006. Other vendors like Accordent, Sonic Foundry, and Pictron are poised to step up their search game, too.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Jan 2006

H.264 Moves to Center Stage in 2006

The huge iPod Video sales numbers released by Apple at Macworld this week tell only part of the story, as H.264 takes hold for good.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jan 2006

Video iPod Sales Growth Portends Big Things for Streaming Media in 2006

Apple’s latest success story might be just the key to open up the floodgates to the mobile streaming industry we’ve all been hoping for.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Jan 2006

Streaming for Holiday Travel

Whether planning to go somewhere exotic or mundane this season, more and more travelers check out the online views and reviews first, opening up new opportunities for Web sites to capitalize on the power of streaming video and audio.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Dec 2005

Adobe Completes Macromedia Acquisition

The April announcement of the deal paved way for speculation on how Adobe would leverage Macromedia’s Web and interactivity tools. With word that the acquisition is now complete comes a clearer, though somewhat surprising, picture of what the future may hold.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Dec 2005

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