Streaming Media Magazine:
February/March 2009 (Sourcebook)
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | Live webcasts of President Obama's inauguration revealed the promise and limitations of streaming media.
by Joel Unickow | While the economy means bad news for most businesses, those in the streaming media industry should prepare for a robust 2009.
Here are the Streaming Media editors' choices for the most innovative, compelling, and useful services and technologies from the past year.
by Tim Siglin | 2008 was the year that big media learned to stop worrying and love—or at least accept—online video.
by Steve Vonder Haar | While there are still plenty of newbies, most enterprises are savvier than ever about how to get the most out of online video.
by Paul Riismandel | The use of video in higher education has moved beyond mere lecture capture.
by Jan Ozer | H.264 was definitely the 'it' codec of 2008, and despite its complex and potentially expensive licensing, it will likely only become more pervasive in years to come.
by Max Bloom | As metrics improve, so do online advertising's prospects.
by Colby Synesael | The deals that made 2008—the good, the bad, and the cheap
by Max Bloom | Live mobile streaming is still in its embryonic stages, but these players are trying to bring it to life.
by Steve Vonder Haar | All signs seem to point to a slow year for online video, but in the business webcasting sector, online multimedia spending could go up.
by Paul Riismandel | 2009 will be the year educational media goes beyond podcasts and becomes truly mobile.
by Sam Vasisht | The convergence of TV, the internet, and mobile devices are making it much more demanding to be a couch potato.
by Vidya S Nath | The CDN market has grown an a remarkable rate thanks to the increased prominence of online video, and that trend doesn't appear to be slowing down.
by Jan Ozer | Report cards on the seven leading software encoding tools
by Tim Siglin | Increases in CPU power and the advent of portable appliances mean there are more encoding options than ever before.
Fri., Mar. 6, by Tim Siglin
by Tim Siglin | Confusion and consternation abound over H.264 licensing terms. Here's a brief overview.
by Steve Vonder Haar | Overcoming internal barriers to adoption can be as difficult as selecting the features you need.
by Philip J. Cianci | The challenges of presenting broadcast-quality TV on the PC can never be fully overcome, but an integrated workflow can go a long way to improving video quality.
by Kevin Shively | You only get one chance to get it right, so proper planning is the key to live webcast success.
by Bill Greenwood | The university uses video distance learning to train more nurses without hiring more faculty.
by Nico McLane | The New York Philharmonic live from North Korea
ViewCast and AT&T teamed up to help West Allis meet government requirements.
by Ahmad Moradi | With the help of NetStairs, Malibu Rum set sail for new online advertising horizons.