Streaming Media Magazine:
December 2011/January 2012
by James Careless | More and more stars are bypassing the traditional Hollywood system and going straight to the web.
by Jan Ozer | To examine the spread of HTML5, we look at several sites by major brands. Flash certainly isn't dead yet.
by Tim Siglin | Does this all-in-one video mixer have what it takes to stream your next event? We put the robust TriCaster TCXD850 Extreme to the test in this exhaustive review.
by Jose Castillo | What happens when over-the-top technology meets the average living room? A confusing combination of remotes, wires, and devices. When will that cordless future actually arrive?
by Rich Mavrogeanes | DRM has no protective value. It's time to stop using it and seek out other ways to monetize online audio and video.
by Tim Siglin | Amazon favors a locked-in approach for media consumption, while Barnes & Noble offers an open experience. Apple's iPad, however, remains the tablet to beat.
by Jan Ozer | Need a notebook for video or streaming production? Check out the HP EliteBook 8760w. This is one portable that can stand up to most single-CPU desktops on the market.
by James Careless | Mobovivo has changed its business to create mobile apps that deliver premium content access from pre-production to home entertainment distribution.
by James Careless | How can companies that create video content make sure it remains salable for many years to come? By future-proofing it. Read on to learn how to keep your content fresh and your files accessible.
by Paul Riismandel | Despite the slow economy, colleges and universities are recognizing that they need specialized professionals for digital and online media production.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | MPEG DASH is a hot topic for the online video industry right now, but will it actually lead to a single format future?