Streaming Media

 

Streaming Media Magazine: April/May 2012
by | It's time to give the people what they want and let them enjoy their movies anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
by | Liquidus has become a used car video powerhouse without streaming any video at all, while MyPod Studios offers online video homepages.
by | Show creator David van Eyssen had to wait for technology to catch up with his vision of interactive storytelling, but it was all worth it.
by | With the number of video formats and video-enabled devices growing, content providers are stuck with the extra cost and effort. Is being on every platform worth it?
by | It's time once again to celebrate the people who made our industry great in the past year and continue to drive innovation. Presenting the ten new inductees to the Streaming Media All-Stars!
by | Who is bigger than Rupert Murdoch or Lady Gaga? Who makes the decisions that Oprah bows to?
by | Video is transforming how college students learn, but creating a video strategy takes careful planning.
by | If you need a tool to accelerate H.264 encoding, Elemental Server should be on the top of your list.
by | Set-top box or game console? Apple TV or Google TV? If you're in the market for a connected streaming device, read this first.
by | Even those who use Windows Media don't talk much about it. The fact is, Windows Media has an enormous installed base.
by | FCPX fails because Apple insists on controlling the experience, something that doesn't work with a professional audience.
 

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