Streaming Media Magazine:
December 2007/January 2008
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | The Hollywood writers' union strike reveals just how much TV and movie studios are counting on online video for future revenues. As usual, though, writers are having to fight for their fair share.
Fri., Nov. 30, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
by Damien Stolarz | In this installment of his Emerging Media column, Damien Stolarz tries to get off the broadcast TV grid entirely, and finds it's not so easy.
Fri., Jan. 25, by Damien Stolarz
When designing an enterprise video communication strategy, there are numerous factors to consider, including infrastructure and security requirements, distribution strategies, and centralized management.
by Tim Siglin | Combining streaming, videoconferencing, instant messaging, and desktop or application sharing, collaborative computing has come of age.
by Steve Mack | The most recent Podcast and New Media Expo show succeeds based on an understanding of its attendees' needs (free wireless, anyone?) and lively and open discussion of everything from audience numbers to business models.
Tues., Oct. 9, by Steve Mack
by Ron Miller | Video advocates must continually work with (sometimes reluctant) professors to understand the power of video and to find a simple way to deliver it to students who are using a variety of equipment, software, and internet connection speeds.
by Paul Riismandel | What's in a name? Plenty, and it's time that those of us whose job is to coordinate digital media to make their case.
by Ron Miller | New approaches mean video search might finally take off.
by Jan Ozer | Getting to know Microsoft Silverlight's Expression Encoder
by Tim Siglin | Everywhere you look, Adobe shows signs of turning into a relatively successful hybrid company that uses the web and the desktop as equal platforms.
by Nancy Davis Kho | Telestream and Nativ came together to help Getty Images get a handle on its ever-growing library of digital video.
Fri., Dec. 28, by Nancy Davis Kho
by Ron Miller | Captivate 3 continues to evolve, turning the complex process of creating online demonstrations and training into a relatively simple exercise.
by Jan Ozer | Overall, the latest version offers more streamlined workflow, with a single-screen Recorder that replaces the multistep wizard, and SmartFocus, which takes some of the work out of applying pans and zooms even if it’s not perfect.