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Industry Perspectives: Internet TV Ready for Prime Time?

Internet television might be in its infancy, but all signs indicate that—like radio, broadcast TV, and the internet itself—it stands to be a major evolution in media distribution and monetization.
Tues., April 22, by David Glassman
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Apr 2008

Spicy Ideas: Why Video Is Changing the World

Something happened in my latest review. I was reminded why video is so important and why it is changing the world … it’s all about people communicating.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Apr 2008

Case Study: MSN Autos Revs Up Video Production

The video team at MSN Autos offers a peek into the latest and greatest in the auto industry.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Apr 2008

Streaming Media Podcast #14: NAB Day One

Tim and Jose explore topics of interest at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show, talking with companies about piracy, high-definition streaming and the disappearance of two major companies—Apple and Avid—from the show floor.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Apr 2008

NAB 2008: Broadcasting by Any Other Name . . . Is Broadcasting

Not surprisingly, the takeaway from the president's keynote kicking off NAB 2008 is that broadcasting—whether it's online, offline or a combination of both—is alive and well. But clearly traditional broadcasters have much to learn from their web counterparts, and some key announcements indicate how the two worlds are merging.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Apr 2008

Adobe Media Player Now Available

The new player—called AMP for short and first announced almost a year ago—will let viewers watch Flash Video content while online or offline, and lets content owners apply Flash Media Server Rights Management rules to their video.
Wed., April 9, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Apr 2008

The State of High-Definition Streaming

The bitrate race may have slowed down a bit, but as high-definition online video has become a reality, publishers and CDNs are making HD a priority.
Tues., April 8, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Apr 2008

The Watchman: March Madness Online Is Both Mad Cool and Just Plain Maddening

Issues with video quality, player functionality, and browser compatibility have marred CBS' live streams and on-demand delivery of this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament, but in the end, the very fact that all of the games are available in all markets is still a win for fans.
Tues., April 1, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Apr 2008

Case Study: Speeding Video Delivery to the Filipino Diaspora

Philippine media company ABS-CBN was looking to cut costs and increase delivery speeds of their TV and movie content online; EdgeStream's video delivery network proved to be the answer.
Friday, March 21
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Mar 2008

Case Study: Making a "Stickier" Cinema Site

By speeding up page load times by 88%, Edgecast's CDN helps world film site Jaman keep its bounce rate down and its return visit numbers up.
Mon., 17 March, by Nancy Davis Kho
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Mar 2008

Commentary: Why Video Is Changing The World

Sometimes we get so caught up in comparing this technology to that, or debating the merits of one business model over another that we forget why video is so important: It's all about people communicating.
Thurs., Mar. 13, by Jose Castillo
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Mar 2008

Operation MySpace and Kulabyte Bring Live HD Flash to the Web

The MySpace webcast of a concert for U.S. troops in Kuwait marked the debut of live HD Flash streaming. It wasn't perfect, but as a first test of Kulabyte's live encoding, it was an almost unequivocal success.
Tues., Mar. 11, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Mar 2008

The Watchman: MSNBC Makes Mess of Democratic Debate Webcast

MSNBC botched their delivery of Tuesday night's Clinton-Obama debate in more ways than one. In the first installment of this new column, Geoff Daily evaluates what MSNBC did wrong, and what a local affiliate in Ohio did right.
Thurs., Feb 28, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Feb 2008

Unplugged: Giving Up Broadcast TV

In this installment of his Emerging Media column, Damien Stolarz tries to get off the broadcast TV grid entirely, and finds it's not so easy.
Fri., Jan. 25, by Damien Stolarz
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Feb 2008

And Then There Were Three: RIP HD DVD

Toshiba’s decision to end HD-DVD production—leaving Blu-ray the clear leader and only the scarcely used EVD and VMD as the other HD alternatives—widens the window of opportunity for streaming media entertainment delivery, if only just a bit.
Mon., Feb. 18, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Feb 2008

Case Study: No Good TV Won't Be Ignored

In the online world, just as in the offline world, money talks and success silences criticism. No Good Tv can be vulgar to the max, as long as it continues to make money.in the online world, just as in the offline world, money talks and success silences criticism. No Good Tv can be vulgar to the max, as long as it continues to make money.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

Special Delivery: High-Def Video

Case studies of Akamai, Hulu, and more reveal different approaches to delivering high-definition video online.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

Outsourcing Everything but the Company Name

Nowadays, thanks to outsourcing, you don't have to have any specific skills or knowledge relating to software development, content production, monetization, or even streaming media to build a streaming media business; you only need to come up with a clever name for your company.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

DIY Video: 10 User-Generated Content Tools You Can't Live Without

The desktop publishing revolution resulted in some amazingly beautiful design ideas being tried out for the first time. The same thing is happening with video. The general public is enthusiastic about producing video now that they can afford the tools, and the best way to learn is to experiment with your ideas and show them to people.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2008

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