Streaming Media Magazine:
December 2008/January 2009
by Dan Rayburn | Netflix is moving more and more toward streaming, a move that will serve the company well down the road. But how do they plan to make money off of it?
by Liz Merfeld | Neulion, Inc. and BandCon came together to bring the NHL to IPTV. Now fans can access live games, on-demand highlights, behind-the-scenes footage, clips from morning skate, and pregame and postgame interviews and commentary.
by Ray Hood | While there is no shortage of technologies to achieve easy and effective collaboration among teams, none are as immersive as video. For this reason, enterprise video is the next big thing in corporate communications.
by IdaRose Sylvester | With online video viewership up substantially in 2008, 2009 is set to be the year that multisource, multiscreen video blows up.
Fri., Dec. 12, by IdaRose Sylvester
by Jan Ozer | Microsoft, On2, and Jan Ozer square off to determine which codec produces the highest quality video: VC-1, VP6, or H.264.
by Mike Lorenz | Considerations for deploying an enterprise video communications platform
by Steve Vonder Haar | Interest in mobile multimedia is on the rise, but to fully exploit its potential, the industry should learn some lessons from the corporate world.
by Tim Siglin | While imperfect, Datpresenter is a good choice for those looking to create and deliver internet TV channels.
by Tim Siglin | Gomez's first foray into large-object and streaming-delivery testing for CDNs seems to be a good initial launch.
by Jose Castillo | Jose Castillo turns Gil Scott-Heron's "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" into a clarion call for the streaming media industry.
Mon., Jan. 19, by Jose Castillo