Streaming Media Magazine:
by Jan Ozer | Even the biggest, most industry-defining computing companies will turn against their ideas when there's a buck to be made. Just look at the Android operating system and Final Cut Pro X.
by Dan Rayburn | The rapidly expanding internet traffic from Netflix has ISPs waving the white flag: low-cost movies are busting their budgets.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | The appearance of connected TV service on True Blood doesn't raise an eyebrow, and shows how quickly streaming video is finding followers.
by Paul Riismandel | Whether it's in the classroom or not, video can play an important role for teachers, students and coaches, helping them build one-on-one connections.
by Tim Siglin | While technology has brought changes across the United States, its power to connect is touching even those in less-developed nations.
by Kevin Shively | To highlight the launch of LittleBigPlanet 2, Sony created a multistream live webcast that lasted for over 52 straight hours. Read the challenges the team had to overcome in this case study.
by Jose Castillo | What happens when a viewer is more interested in his or her smartphone screen while watching TV? The second screen becomes the primary screen.
by Troy Dreier | Small staff? No problem. Surfline, the Web's top surfing destination, shows how a small team can succeed big with online video.
by Troy Dreier | There's a ton of brilliant new comedy online, but Very Mary-Kate still manages to stand out. Learn about comedian Elaine Carroll's sweet beginnings and where she's headed next.
by James Careless | KIT Digital has just finished a massive three-year buying spree. So what comes next? Here's a hint: It's thinking big. Really big.
by James Careless | Four content providers — blip.tv, Funny or Die, St. John's University, and Streamin' Garage --offer lessons they've learned for not just surviving on the web, but thriving.
by Jan Ozer | Jan Ozer goes deep with Accordent's live and on-demand webcast products. If you're still not sure what Accordent does, this comprehensive review will tell you everything you never knew.
by James Careless | What do major corporations think of online video? How do they rate its performance, and what more would they like to see it deliver? To find out, we spoke with employees from Ernst & Young, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, and Wells Fargo.
by Dan Daley | As movies move online and go mobile, sound gets some respect with updated codecs, more TLC, and a better attitude.