Streaming Media

 

Streaming Media Magazine: April/May 2011
by | The Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) is trying to bring together an amalgam of DRM schemes that will let consumers achieve the long-sought goal of "buy once, play everywhere."
by | OK, so you can't get your content on every device that's out there. But by following some simple rules, you can make sure your video or app finds maximum reach.
by | From Tunisia to Egypt to the rest of the Middle East, social media and online video are emerging as powerful tools for revolution
by | The Green Bay Packers weren't the only winners at the 2011 Super Bowl. Deutsch and Volkswagen won the advertising contest with their Star Wars-themed spot.
by | Schools that provide a seamless, video-rich e-portfolio are giving their students a leg up in advancing to colleges and the job market
by | Tools from Accordent, Adobe, Brainshark, HP, Market7, Mixmoov, VUELIVE, and Watchitoo each offer a different take on online video collaboration
With the help of Elemental, ABC converted its vast archives for online delivery using adaptive bitrate streaming
by | After great success in the U.K., MyVideoRights is working to manage usage of major content libraries in the U.S., with clients including the Reda Archives
by | With Pandora continuing to grow, and rumored streaming music services on the way from Apple and Google, it's time to focus on the challenges of processing and encoding sound for the cloud
by | Peter Himmelman found creative satisfaction with his Furious World webcast, but financial compensation proved harder to realize
by | MPEG LA's call for patents could do serious damage to the WebM format and lead to the industry standardizing on H.264. Let's hope!
by | Enterprises will have to adapt to mobile device usage much the same way the adapted to employees' personal PC expectations a decade ago
by | If you went to SXSW Interactive with your mind set on video, you missed the point.
 

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