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Streaming Media Magazine: June/July 2009
by | The success of this year's Streaming Media East conference has led to the launch of a new show: the Online Video Platform Summit.
When the Massachusetts Department of Revenue needed to make its video program more accessible for the vision- and hearing-impaired, as well as non-English speakers, it took matters into its own hands.
by | Though many sites offer a bevy of educational video, there is still no central hub for academic content that spans the web.
by | 2009 is shaping up to be another vintage year for Gary Vaynerchuk, the iconoclastic creator of Wine Library TV better known as GaryVee.
Fri., June 5, by Troy Dreier
by | While Wine Library TV's minimalist approach works well and the content is great, there are a few mistakes that unnecessarily mar streaming quality.Fri., June 5, by Jan Ozer
by | Is it time to put cloud encoding on your radar?
by | What video search engine strategy works best? The secret's in the sauce, but nobody's sharing their recipes.
Mon., June 29, by Nico McLane
by | While Netflix doesn't give out much information on its streaming delivery costs, it is possible to estimate those numbers with a little number-crunching.
by | A supply-demand imbalance between advertisers and content distributors has inundated the web with ads. So what does this mean for the future?
by | Lack of engagement opportunities, information overload, and physiology are some of the factors keeping viewers from focusing on videos.
 

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