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This Week in Streaming: New Approaches to Mobile Content

From both the programming and technology sides, announcements from ESPN, Media Excel, and suggest the ways that mobile video is moving to the next level.
Wed., Feb. 14, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Feb 2007

Apple Drops the Computer, Picks up the Phone, and Streams to the Living Room

Steve Jobs's keynote at MacWorld was short on the Mac but long on mobile media and home entertainment, with the announcement of the iPhone and a demo of Apple TV.
Wed., Jan. 10, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jan 2007

Movidity Takes Unique Approach to Mobile Video Sharing

In stark opposition to the subscription-based walled garden of video offered by Verizon and YouTube, will let users pay per play to watch video on their mobile devices.
Mon., Dec. 11, by Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Dec 2006

ESPN Shifts Mobile Video Focus

The network shut down Mobile ESPN after only seven months, realizing that customers weren’t willing to make service-provider choices based upon available video content.
Tues., Oct. 3, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Oct 2006

Mobile Video in the Spotlight at IBC 2006

This year’s show demonstrates that the mobile video market is maturing rapidly, with an emphasis on DVB-H.
Thurs., Sept. 14, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Sep 2006

Nokia’s Loudeye Acquisition Points to New Mobile Business Models

Since it gives Nokia control over encoding, distribution, and devices, it gives the company an end-to-end solution that may free mobile service providers to focus on their core competencies.
Tues., Aug. 15, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Aug 2006

Going Mobile: Wireless TV Market in the UK Takes Off

As 3G gains momentum, successful trials suggest that the time is ripe for mobile TV in the UK. But competition between delivery models, as well as debate over the roles of different links in the delivery chain, is keeping widespread adoption at bay.
by Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2006

CeBIT 2006: Americans in Hannover

The world’s largest technology show didn’t disappoint this year, with compelling advances in VoIP, display, and optical storage pointing towards the future.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Mar 2006

Commentary: Barriers to Smooth Streaming Remain Visible at 3GSMWorld 2006

The wireless market is still defined by unproven business models and a veritable alphabet soup of competing standards and technologies. To anyone who’s been around streaming since the beginning, it’s an all-too-familiar scenario.
by Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Feb 2006

Mobile DTV Alliance Formed to Promote Best Practices for DVB-H Standard

Industry group hopes to bring TV’s broadcast model onto mobile phones and other handsets and reap the benefits it has to offer over the unicast model in use today.
by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Feb 2006

H.264 Moves to Center Stage in 2006

The huge iPod Video sales numbers released by Apple at Macworld this week tell only part of the story, as H.264 takes hold for good.
by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jan 2006

Proponents Hope IP Multimedia Subsystems Will Propel Convergence

Technology’s combination of VoIP, cellular, and WiFi leads one analyst to call it the “holy grail” of convergence.
by Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Oct 2005

Weather Channel Expands Mobile Offerings

In a harbinger of more rich media content to come, the Mobile Media Company and the Weather Channel partner to deliver lifestyle alerts to consumers’ cell phones.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Aug 2005

Streaming on the Go

The mobile space could prove to be streaming’s hottest market, but it’s still in its infancy. Here, industry leaders take a look at the technological and content challenges—and offer suggestions for how to overcome them.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jun 2005

Streaming Media East 2005 Wrap-Up: Part II

From wireless to video search, the conference sessions had something for everyone.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 May 2005

Ultra Wideband Technology Holds Promise for Streaming

Ultra wideband technology succeeds where 802.11b fails, handling multiple simultaneous transmissions across a wide band of frequences.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Feb 2005

ISMA Releases Next Link in Content Delivery Chain

Specification 2.0, based on H.264, is but one of several initiatives designed to create industry-wide standards.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jan 2005

Orb Networks Mobilizes Digital Content Via Streaming

Transforms a home PC into a "personal media portal" that can stream every major digital media format to an Internet-enabled PDA, cell phone, laptop, or remote desktop equipped with either RealPlayer or Windows Media Player.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Oct 2004

NASCAR Hops on the Streaming Bandwagon with Kangaroo.TV

Kangaroo and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series to offer attendees handheld "spectator devices" that allow them to follow live content such as in-truck video feeds, team audio communication, timing data, and scoring information as well as a digital version of the media guide.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Oct 2004

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