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Yahoo Attacks Problems of Scale and Bandwidth for Live Streaming

With its high-profile Live 365 concert series and other major entertainment events, Yahoo has become an expert in streaming live video to large audiences.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jan 2015

NFL Now: 15 Seconds Is the Sweet Spot for Online Video Ads

How do content owners earn the most from their videos without driving viewers away? NFL Now's VP shares what he learned in the service's freshman year.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2015

CES Report: Verizon Sees 2015 as an Inflection Point for Video

Broadcasters are more comfortable with IP-delivery and viewers crave new, flexible options. 2015 is the year of online video experimentation.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2015

insideCES: Is Video Everywhere Creating New Revenue Streams?

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Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jan 2015

CES Report: Veygo Plans Personalization Engine for OTT Services

With Veygo, customers can launch Netflix-like SVOD services without massive upfront development costs. Soon, Veygo will do even more.
Online Video News, Posted 08 Jan 2015

NeuLion Acquires DivX, Creates a Full Online Video Solution

While the two companies might seem an odd fit, their strengths in OTT sports, entertainment, and 4K video are perfectly complementary, they say.
Online Video News, Posted 08 Jan 2015

insideCES: Are Consumers Ready for the Next Generation of TV Viewing?

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Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jan 2015

CES Report: Ericsson Tries to Solve the Pain Points of OTT Video

The industry is in the early days of streaming entertainment, and there are still plenty of obstacles that need to be removed.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jan 2015

CES Report: Let Sports Inspire Online Entertainment, Says NeuLion

Sports fans benefit when they can control the feed, choosing whatever angle they prefer at any time. Could the same approach work for scripted content?
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jan 2015

insideCES: New Devices, New Platforms, Less Fragmentation?

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Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jan 2015

CES Report: Roku Looks at the Future of Streamed Entertainment

As the company transitions away from being purely a device maker and builds its TV OS, Roku wants to be one of the winners of the new world of streaming TV.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jan 2015

CES Report: Channel Master Adds Linear Streamed Channels to DVR+

Cord-cutters will soon be able to view linear online channels through a familiar program guide. But will they be able to record those shows?
Online Video News, Posted 05 Jan 2015

CES Report: Samsung Announces Founding of UHD Alliance

Disney, Netflix, Warner Bros., and many more will join together to set standards that will deliver strong image quality to consumers.
Online Video News, Posted 05 Jan 2015

CES Report: Giraffic Demonstrates Adaptive Video Acceleration

Giraffic extends its acceleration technology to mobile devices, offering high-resolution playback over low-bandwidth connections.
Online Video News, Posted 05 Jan 2015

CES Report: Roku Announces Connected TVs from Haier and Insignia

Roku has also created a reference design for a 4K TV, and is working with Netflix to provide UHD video for owners of Roku 4K TVs.
Online Video News, Posted 05 Jan 2015

CES Report: YouTube and the Power of Programming

YouTube is the go-to destination for video content for millennials and younger generations, but as some of its best-known programs and creators get bigger than the platform itself, both YouTube and the entertainment industry at large wrestle with what comes next.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jan 2015

CES Report: Consumers Call the Shots in the Multiscreen Future

The future of television will be marked by skinnier bundles, more a la carte offerings, and seamless delivery across multiple devices, say speakers from Adobe, Dish, Gracenote, Piksel, and Verizon on CES Digital Hollywood panel
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jan 2015

CES Report: Dish Announces $20/Month OTT Service for Cord-Cutters

Called Sling Television, the service includes live sports, and will launch with 13 channels—plus optional add-ons—at the end of this month.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jan 2015

CES Report: LG Announces More 4K TVs, Netflix Partnership

Netflix will add HDR to its video in 2015, and will begin a Recommended TV Program to endorse sets that make online viewing easy.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jan 2015

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