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Yahoo! Music Unlimited Turns Out To Be Limited

Another music service pulls the DRM plug, although unlike MSN Music, Yahoo! Music won't exit the music biz entirely, and will partner with Rhapsody. But some observers wonder how long even Apple can stay in the online music biz.
Thurs., July 31, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Jul 2008

The NewsMarket Jumps on the Beijing 2008 Bandwagon

The NewsMarket, which supplies royalty- and rights-free video clips to media outlets, started a Beijing 2008 Olympics channel in April and has already supplied clips to more than 350 news organizations worldwide.
Thurs., July 24, by Bill Greenwood
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Jul 2008

On2 Gets Into the Olympic Act

Chinese streaming broadcaster rights now licensed to several interested parties, and On2 is getting into the act, announcing that Chinese Central Television’s CCTV.com will be using the Flix Engine to encode content with VP6.
Thurs., July 17, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jul 2008

Interoperability and Simplicity the Key Trends at Connections 2008

This year's Connections conference highlighted the paths and pitfalls to streaming in the home, with competing approaches offering simplified user experiences. And while there's a push towards a unified standard, its realizations seems a long ways off.
Tues., July 8, by IdaRose Sylvester and Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jul 2008

Forrester Report: Get Ready for OmniVideo

In a new report called How Video Will Take Over the World, Forrester Research analyst James McQuivey encourages companies to embrace a world where video is everywhere.
Mon., July 7, by Bill Greenwood

Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jul 2008

Rhapsody's New DRM-Free Tracks are Music to iPod Users' Ears

Real's Rhapsody music subscription service is now selling downloadable content that will play on any device, including the iPod.
Tues., July 1, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Jul 2008

Monetization Dominates Digital Media Conference Discussions

Whether the panel was adressing online video, mobile entertainment, or digital music, talk inevitably turned to monetization models and potential at Thursday's Digital Media Conference, which included keynote speakers from Google and Fox Interactive.
Thursday, June 26, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jun 2008

Streaming Radio Royalties Set To Affect Terrestrial Radio

SoundExchange using last year's Copyright Board decision as leverage against traditional radio, claiming that AM and FM stations should start paying performance fees. In the meantime, negotiations to cap internet radio royalty rates have stalled.
Tues., June 24, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Jun 2008

Commentary: In-Stream Ads—The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

Content owners need to monetize their videos. But, writes the Watchman, if you're going to make people watch ads to get to free video, you should make the experience as easy and painless as possible.
Friday, June 20, by Geoff Daily

Featured Articles, Posted 20 Jun 2008

Microsoft Lets the Music Play

Reversing a decision it made in April, Microsoft has decided to allow music purchased from its now-defunct MSN Music service to play on new or updated devices.
Friday, June 20, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Jun 2008

Analyze That: PC-TV Convergence

This months' question: At this point, just about anyone with a broadband connection, a recent-model TV, and a few hundred dollars to spend on a set-top box can watch internet-delivered video on his TV screen. We know they're able; the question is, are U.S. consumers ready and willing to embrace the PC-to-the-TV leap, or are they not quite there yet?
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jun 2008

Spicy Ideas: A Day in the Life of a Media Junkie

We cannot escape. We cannot look away. Everywhere we go, we are surrounded by screens pumping out video and speakers piping in audio. Good or bad, it is a way of life for most of the world—even more so for those of us who are hyper-connected.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jun 2008

Editor's Note: Don't Call It a Comeback

Whether his venture succeeds or fails, the involvement of an A-list Hollywood star like David Caruso in a streaming video startup says volumes about the level of attention online video is receiving these days.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jun 2008

Fox Chicago Journalists Seek to Bring News Alive Online

Fox News Chicago is spearheading an effort called LiveNewsCameras.com, which features nearly 200 continuous live streams from news organizations around the United States.
Thurs., June 12, by Bill Greenwood
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jun 2008

Entertainment Device Deals Reshape the Streaming Industry Yet Again

A spate of announcements from TiVo, Amazon, and Netflix over the past two weeks point to the ways in which consumer entertainment has joined the enterprise on equal footing as a driver of the streaming industry.
Fri., May 30, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 30 May 2008

New Services Seek to Expand Online Video Advertising

Two new services from Adap.tv and Tremor Media are designed to help content publishers easily and successfully enter the world of online video ads.
Tues., May 27, by Bill Greenwood
Featured Articles, Posted 27 May 2008

Streaming Media East 2008 Day 2: How CNNmoney Does It

In a freewheeling presentation and a spirited question and answer session, CNNMoney's Caleb Silver touched on the technology, the people and the raison d'être for CNNmoney.com using video.
Wed., May 21, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 21 May 2008

Blasts From the Past: A Decade (Almost) of StreamingMedia.com Headlines

As part of StreamingMedia.com's tenth anniversary, we've gone through the archives and compiled some of the most interesting news stories and commentaries that have appeared on the site.
Mon., May 19, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 18 May 2008

Online News: A Decade of Change or Stasis?

Assessments of online news from today sound similar to those from a decade ago. What's changed is that, whether old-school print journalists like it or not, video is absolutely central to a successful newspaper business.
Tues., May 13, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 13 May 2008

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