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NCAA Scores with Thought Equity

The NCAA chooses to expand and deepen its relationship with the video archiving company.
Online Video News, Posted 22 Oct 2010

Ooyala Launches Paywall Service

Integrated service gives publishers flexibility over how they charge for their videos.
Online Video News, Posted 19 Oct 2010

Aurora Launches Set-top Box for Professional Market

Its five levels of copy protection will keep confidential video from finding its way online.
Online Video News, Posted 11 Oct 2010

Why Are the Big Studios Afraid of Little Ivi?

Does the Copyright Act support online re-transmission of broadcast material? Much is riding on the answer.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Sep 2010

Kantar Lets Customers Track Modified Videos

While other tools only track official syndication, Kantar will monitor even edited content.
Online Video News, Posted 21 Jul 2010

DRM: The Big Two

When it comes to digital rights management and content protection, Microsoft PlayReady and Adobe Flash Access aren't the only names in town, but they're the biggest. Here's a look at the latest features in each.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jun 2010

Samsung Will Use Widevine's Technologies Worldwide

Agreement brings adaptive streaming and virtual DVD playback to a global audience
Online Video News, Posted 22 Jun 2010

A Look at Adobe's Flash Access and Player Roadmap

Flash Access is another step in the path leading to HTTP Streaming and Flash Player 10.1
Featured Articles, Posted 11 May 2010

Adobe Delivers Flash Access 2.0 and HTTP Dynamic Streaming

With updates to content protection and the upcoming Flash Player 10.1, Adobe attempts to quiet the critics.
Online Video News, Posted 11 May 2010

Widevine Expands Its DRM, Video Optimization Offerings

Once a pure-play DRM solution provider, Widevine's video optimization may be its strongest competitive advantage
Online Video News, Posted 21 Apr 2010

Adobe to Launch Flash Access 2.0 Next Month; Irdeto Announces Hosted Flash Access Service

Even before launch, Flash Access 2.0 ecosystem enhancements by Irdeto are intended to speed adoption
Online Video News, Posted 20 Apr 2010

Commentary: Hulu's Secret? It Doesn't Really Care About Browser Blocking

Hulu once again generated bad PR last week by blocking the Kylo browser, but that's just the price it pays for keeping its content providers happy.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Mar 2010

RSA Conference 2010: Is Security Relevant to Streaming?

The RSA Conference keynote and sessions advocate a proactive approach to encryption and user identification that warrant closer attention from the streaming industry.
Online Video News, Posted 05 Mar 2010

To Protect and Serve: A DRM Primer

Looking to monetize your content directly through subscription or pay-per-download? Then you need to find the right DRM solution and figure out the best way to deploy it.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2010

IBC 2009 Starts with a Bang

Adobe announces bit-level encryption, Envivio provides live iPhone encoding tools, and much more
Thurs., Sept. 10, by Tim Siglin
Online Video News, Posted 10 Sep 2009

Youreeeka! There's a New Way to Monetize Video

Targeting instructional video producers and publishers, Youreeeka offers a low-cost approach to protecting and monetizing video content.
Thurs., June 11, by Troy Dreier
Online Video News, Posted 11 Jun 2009

CDNetworks, Widevine Announce Partnership

CDNetworks customers now have access to Widevine's DRM solutions, which cover Windows Media, Silverlight, and Flash, in addition to QuickTime and Real.
Fri., Jan. 9, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jan 2009

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

When DRM Key Servers Vanish, Where Do Users Turn?

Piracy and "borrowed" content is often in the news, but even legitimate purchasers sometimes face a conundrum, such as that posed when MSN announced that music files purchased before 2006 would no longer be supported beginning later this year.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Apr 2008

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