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Streaming Media East: Monetizing New Distribution Models

AOL, ESPN, Scripps, and Discovery Communications discuss how media companies are responding to new audience behavior
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2013

Streaming Media East: Large Events Drive TV Everywhere

A&E, Epix, Ooyala see TV Everywhere turning mainstream, moving towards "individualized channels" in the not-too-distant future
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2013

Streaming Media East: Content Is King in Online Sports

In the Streaming Media East 2013 opening day keynote, ESPN explained why online video needs to be better than standard television.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 May 2013

ABC First Network to Offer Live Linear Video Stream

Partnering with UpLynk, ABC will stream live broadcast content to authenticated users on its iOS app.
Online Video News, Posted 13 May 2013

How to Stimulate Sharing and Find the Dollars in Social TV

Driving conversations is crucial in social TV. That means knowing the difference between what people watch and what they share.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 May 2013

Ooyala Documents the Rise of Live and Long-Form Online Video

In an interview, Sean Knapp explains why live video is compelling to viewers, and why long-form content is quickly growing in popularity.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 May 2013

Streaming Forum Preview: Netflix Aims to "Delight" Customers

Netflix will kick off Streaming Forum 2013 with a panel discussion highlighting the unique challenges—and opportunities—for SVOD providers to build a content and service supply chain in Europe
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Apr 2013

The Rise of the Second Screen: Zeebox, GetGlue, Viggle, and More

Are companion apps the wave of the future or a passing fad? Here are the best tablet and smartphone apps for staying engaged while watching TV.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Apr 2013

OTT Revenue Grew by 60 Percent in 2012, Says ABI Research

The worldwide OTT economy is over $8 billion, but it will expand greatly in the next few years.
Online Video News, Posted 12 Apr 2013

Adobe Announces General Availability of Adobe Primetime

Long a work in progress, Adobe Primetime is finally ready for business. Comcast and NBC Sports are the first customers.
Online Video News, Posted 10 Apr 2013

Brightcove Expands TV Everywhere Support with Adobe and Akamai

TVE needs to be easier, so Brightcove is helping put it on more devices with simpler authentication.
Online Video News, Posted 10 Apr 2013

Take Streaming Media's Video Service & Security Survey

We get your input on perception vs. reality in OTT video trends; you get entered for a chance to win a new iPad
Online Video News, Posted 09 Apr 2013

Ooyala Report: Live Video Keeps Viewers Watching Longer

Findings also show when people are watching online video, and charts the rising popularity of long-form video.
Online Video News, Posted 04 Apr 2013

Vizio: To Succeed, Streaming Video Needs to Work With TV

Streaming device-makers aren't going to gain viewers until they understand current viewer behavior.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Mar 2013

Ooyala Announces Three Tools to Improve Viewer Engagement

Trying to simplify mobile and connected TV streaming, Ooyala intros tools that take the complexity out of online viewing.
Online Video News, Posted 27 Mar 2013

How HBO Go Expanded South with a Latin America Rollout

HBO Go is now available in multiple Latin American countries, but it wasn't a simple matter of porting over the U.S. original.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Mar 2013

TV Everywhere Faces Challenges Such as Ease of Use, Alternatives

‘It has to get better, and it will,' says the Synacor executive behind the HBO Go app, speaking at the Next TV Summit.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Mar 2013

iStreamPlanet Study Shows Pay TV Customers Want Multiscreen

TV Everywhere isn't truly TV Everywhere until subscribers can get all their channels on any device.
Online Video News, Posted 20 Mar 2013

Sling Media: Operators Finally Open to Video on Other Devices

Cable operators, satellite broadcasters, and content owners have been reluctant to work with mobile devices, but the industry is at last turning a corner.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Mar 2013

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