Streaming Media Magazine:
December 2012/January 2013
by James Careless | To find out what's in, what's out, and what's new for the year ahead, we surveyed 11 industry leaders. Here's what they told us.
by Troy Dreier | With marquee acts like The Killers and Carrie Underwood, and blockbuster events like the Global Citizen Festival, Vevo has become the go-to source for live music on the 'net.
by Troy Dreier | The online video industry is still young, but already boasts five awards programs—The Webby Awards, Streamy Awards, IAWTV Awards, Vimeo Awards, and Telly Awards. Which one do online video creators most prize?
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | Whether you're creating a magazine, website, or online video, listening to the audience is crucial. Let them lead the way.
by Jan Ozer | The Nano is a compact, quiet live streaming appliance, but its steep price will put it out of range for some companies.
by Dan Rayburn | Unlike Apple's iOS platform, Google has yet to provide an easy way to get live video to Android devices. Worse yet, it hasn't offered a strategy for fixing the situation.
by Paul Riismandel | Video use is growing at colleges and universities, but who makes the call on purchasing systems is often not clear.
by Jan Ozer | For those who forgot about WebM, you're not the only ones. Support never materialized for Google's open source format.
by James Careless | Heading out to the mall one last time? Before you go, learn which devices people do and definitely don't want to find under the tree.