Streaming Media Magazine:
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | Old vets join new kids on the block in our list of the 100 most important companies in online video.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | Discover our 2012 list of the 100 companies doing the most interesting and innovative work in streaming video. Did your favorites make the list?
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | The talk at IBC was about MPEG DASH and HEVC, and that talk grew louder and angrier as the conference went on. Will standards lead to the end of the world as we know it?
by Scott Grizzle | When it comes to video encoding, the choice between hardware and software comes down to flexibility, latency, and cost.
by Dom Robinson | New so-called reliable UDP solutions offer an alternative to TCP. But are they worth the time or money to implement?
by Troy Dreier | Smosh is really, really big and the two young men behind it are giants on YouTube, but only for viewers of a certain age.
by Paul Riismandel | Captions, interactivity, and lifespan management should all be part of a comprehensive video strategy.
by Jose Castillo | A lesson for NBC from down on the farm: If you can't escape your problems, you might have to buckle down and fix them.
by Troy Dreier | While NBCUniversal live streamed 3,500 hours of events from the London Olympics, public sentiment was often negative. We asked NBCU what it might do differently next time.
by James Careless | After a slow start, business is booming at Total Webcasting, which delivers multi-camera live streams of major events.
by Jan Ozer | This $495 device helps Livestream transition from a channel-based service to an event-based service.
by Dan Rayburn | CDNs typically offer helpful services beyond content delivery, but trying to understand those services can be confusing. Here's a cheat sheet to the most common value-add services.
by Tim Siglin | Imagine a future where Americans elect presidents by video, having their votes and faces recorded in a national database.
by Jan Ozer | Rigorous testing comparing encodes from lower-quality and higher-quality source material gives unsurprising, but much needed, results.