Streaming Media Magazine:
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | The virtual polls open today for readers to pick the best of the best products, services, and technologies in sixteen categories.
Mon., Aug. 20, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
by Mark Fritz | IBM has been webcasting for more than a decade. But with the help of IVT Studio, Big Blue is making it accessible to anyone in the organization, from division managers to the C-suite.
Fri., Sept. 21, by Mark Fritz
by Paul Riismandel | Increasingly, educational technologists are asked to weigh the costs in money and labor of technologies with tangible, demonstrable returns.
by Mark Fritz | With the help of Media Publisher, Envivio, Stratacache, and IBM Services, the Danish bank offers customers a dazzling video experience in addition to more traditional financial services.
by Ron Miller | A look at what works—and what doesn't—in the world of video ads.
by Tim Siglin | MLB Advanced Media's anger against the placeshifting technology of the SlingBox seems a bit arcane.
by Lisa Larson | If you're not using Flash Video, chances are you soon will be. Here's an overview of what Flash Video is, what it can and cannot do, and why you'd want to choose it over other formats.
Newspapers are no longer just dabbling with the internet; they are transforming themselves from print-only caterpillars to multimedia butterflies. And streaming media is playing a big role that may get even bigger.
by Dan Rayburn | It's time to face the facts: As good as it is for the enterprise and government verticals, there's still no proof of ROI for webcasting blockbuster events.
by Ben Waggoner | Tips, tricks, and best practices for getting the most out of WMV webcasts.
by Steve Vonder Haar | Instead of pitching itself as a poor man’s answer to television, the web has to distinguish itself by the end-user marketing experiences it can uniquely deliver—especially when it comes to marketing and advertising.
Tues., August 7, by Steve Vonder Haar
by Michael Hallinan | WiMAX might still be unproven on a wide scale, but the trends toward commercializing the technology—global adoption, low hardware prices, large corporate backing and favorable price-performance ratio—are all evident. Here's an introduction to the technology.
Tues., Aug. 28, by Michael Hallinan