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Streaming Media Magazine: August/September 2012
by | We take a mid-year look at the mergers and acquisitions, fragmentation, and game-changing trends that will disrupt the entire streaming media industry.
by | AOL is climbing back on top, and quality online video (some of it created by Heidi Klum and Mark Burnett) is helping get it there.
by | Discover the best hardware and software for video encoding and transcoding. We spotlight solutions from Elemental, Digital Rapids, Apple, Adobe, Sorenson, Harmonic, Telestream, Wowza, and Encoding.com.
by | With its redesigned citizen journalism portal, Al-Jazeera is letting eye-witnesses upload video from some of the world's biggest hotspots.
by | Despite all the attention HTML5 video has gotten, informal testing shows that most sites don't see a competitive benefit to leaving Flash.
by | The rise of adaptive streaming video calls for new quality control solutions. In this comprehensive review, we put Venera Pulsar to the test.
by | The annual gathering of video-makers and video-watchers shows that YouTube has a strong community, but perhaps too much passive devotion.
by | The Break Media websites — including Break.com — attract 120 million visitors each month by aggressively courting a young male demographic.
by | For anyone not getting the results they need from technology, be like blues great Blind Lemon Jefferson and demand something that works better.
by | Campuses need to think about their streaming video needs before choosing a solution. Here are the factors to consider and the questions to ask.
by | The online video industry is on the verge of offering useful new features powered by metadata. But when will the promise become a reality?
 

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