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Acacia Releases Second Wave Aimed at Colleges and Universities

The company has made limited-time licensing offers to colleges and universities across the country, creating confusion among schools as to how to respond.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Aug 2004

Local Heroes: Solutions for LAN- and WAN-based Streaming (Part 2)

In the second of a two-part article, we dig deeper three different solutions—from Certeon, Kontiki, and Network Appliance—and provide questions you should ask yourself before you go hunting for a streaming service provider.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Aug 2004

Local Heroes: Solutions for LAN- and WAN-based Streaming (Part 1)

In the first of a two-part article, we take a look at three different solutions—from Certeon, Kontiki, and Network Appliance—to offer a sense of the options available for moving your content from LAN to WAN.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jul 2004

Commentary: No Matter What You Call It, the Inducing Infringement of Copyright Act Spells Trouble

Though it’s not aimed solely, or even primarily, at streaming media, the "Inducing Infringement of Copyright Act" should give anyone involved with moving content across the Web cause for concern.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jul 2004

DivX Releases Version 5.2

Along with the usual promises—better image quality, faster encoding speeds—DivX has built in several new features designed to make the codec more appealing to both the PC and CE markets.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Jul 2004

District Court Delivers Blow to Acacia

The recent Markman Order may be the first step towards invalidating some of Acacia’s DMT patent claims, but the case still has a long way to go.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jul 2004

Convincing Your Boss You Need Streaming Media

You may firmly believe that streaming media is the best thing since sliced bread, but your boss may need some education.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jul 2004

Squeeze Play: Sorenson's New Encoding Suite Hits the Mark

With a brand-new interface, batch processing, and more output formats than ever, the Squeeze 4 Compression Suite will be a force to be reckoned with in the ever-competitive encoder market.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jun 2004

The Net/Net of Internet Radio

Between advertising, subscriptions, and marketing approaches both innovative and traditional, companies like Live365.com and Liquid Compass are trying to monetize Internet radio stations.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jun 2004

Microsoft Releases Windows Media Player 10 Technical Beta

The new version puts more options at users’ fingertips, and Redmond says the new "Digital Media Mall" will lay the groundwork for the future of digital content consumption.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Jun 2004

Streaming By the Numbers

Want to know how much bandwidth a media file is going to take? How many concurrent users you can support? Thankfully, some of the more mathematically-gifted members of the streaming media community have posted some handy "calculators" for deciphering the ciphers.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jun 2004

Saving Streaming

No, it's not the industry that needs saving. But more and more people want to save streamed content onto their hard drives. For companies like ZyGoDigital and Twinklesoft, that spells opportunity. For content creators, it might also spell trouble.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jun 2004

Taking Care of Business, In a Flash

With almost universal compatibility and near-zero buffering, Macromedia Flash Video lets streaming and Web developers focus on what really matters: customized branding and a seamless user experience.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jun 2004

Streaming Media East 2004: Acacia Still a Hot-Button Issue

Acacia is still pursuing streaming providers who it claims violate its patents, going after small firms while leaving the "big three"—Microsoft, Apple, and Real—alone. Acacia's Robert Berman defended the company's actions, but didn't address some of the most pressing questions.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jun 2004

The Best of Streaming Media East 2004 Part2

Last week, we shared highlights from the show's Content track. This week, here's a look at some of the more notable issues from Streaming Media East's Business track, including sessions on Internet radio, security, and the future of enterprise streaming.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 May 2004

The Best of Streaming Media East 2004

The exhibit floor was hopping, but the real action took place in the conference sessions, where industry experts gave attendees tips on best practices, offered their take on the state of the industry, and gave a glimpse into the future of streaming media.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 May 2004

Flash Powers Comcast.net's Innovative Video Browser

When Comcast.net needed a way to bring easy, interactive video to its broadband customers, it turned to Macromedia's Flash and built "The Fan."
Featured Articles, Posted 19 May 2004

Case Study: Cinequest's Maverick Approach to Streaming

Cinequest Online takes films from analog to digital to streaming in six weeks, giving exposure on the cheap to independent filmmakers and high-quality delivery to movie buffs.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 May 2004

Workshops Kick Off Streaming Media East 2004

In their pre-show seminars, Steve Mack offered a primer in "best practices for streaming," while Nico McLane walked her audience through three real-life scenarios.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 May 2004

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