Streaming Media Magazine:
by Joel Unickow | Streaming video online and flying a plane might not have much in common, but that doesn't stop Streaming Media's publisher from offering a few helpful pre-flight tips.
by Troy Dreier | With the number of devices—and content providers— growing, 2013 was the year multiscreen viewing came into its own.
by Tim Siglin | Over-the-top delivery is shifting to more than just in-home content. Learn how the cloud, network DVRs, DASH, and DRM are combining to make TV Everywhere truly everywhere.
by James Careless | Online video advertising is taking in more money, but isn't growing as a percentage of total online advertising. What will it take for video ads to break out?
by James Careless | Video is transforming the enterprise, with ease of production, distribution, and access making it an ideal form of communication.
by Troy Dreier | Online video met cable and broadcast in a big way in 2012, setting the stage for an even bigger 2013.
by Tim Siglin | It's all about DASH: Adoption is moving at a rapid pace, as industry insiders see a strong need to get DASH implemented in the field in the coming year.
by Paul Riismandel | Online video is flipping the classroom: students view instructor videos at home, then do homework in class for maximum teacher-student interaction.
by Tim Siglin | Tablets and phones now account for most video consumption, with implications for both carriers and advertisers.
by Anthony Burokas | New technologies are bringing more options for online video creation. Here are the questions to consider when shopping for a camera.
by Tim Siglin | Do you need to transrate, transcode, transmux…or all three? Here are four essential questions to ask before making a purchase.
by Jan Ozer | What used to be a simple choice has become much more complex as output options and viewing devices have multiplied.
by Tim Siglin | File-based hardware solutions present a unique set of decision points. Some offer faster-than-real-time encoding, even with ad insertion.
by Jan Ozer | For both live and on-demand video transcoding, there are compelling reasons to move to the cloud. Read this before making a decision.
by Tim Siglin | Assessing your workflow is the most crucial step in making a live software encoder purchasing decision.
by Jan Ozer | On-the-go encoding comes in three flavors: software, hardware, and on-camera. Here's what you should consider for each type.
by Dom Robinson | Forget the sexy form factor and look deep inside the technology. Here are the three questions to ask before buying a cellmux.
by Tim Siglin | When is a streaming appliance a good addition to an online video workflow? Read on for the answers, as well as the different types of streaming appliances.
by Tim Siglin | MPEG DASH is the biggest factor to consider -- or is it? Here are the key features to know about before making a decision.
by Tim Siglin | It's not a question of which editing program is best, but which is best for a certain user undertaking a certain project. Here are the points to consider when selecting an editor.
by Jan Ozer | Every company wants an affordable and useful ‘YouTube for the enterprise'; here's how to pick the right approach for your organization.
by Tim Siglin | Online video workflows are complex and tricky to pin down, but focusing on a few key areas can make the entire system much more manageable.
by Jan Ozer | Reach viewers no matter where they are. Check out these strategies for reaching the most devices with the smallest number of files.
by Shawn Lam | It's all about finding the right technologies and creating the best workflow, especially when streaming live video.
by Tim Siglin | The move to IPv6 is certain to be painful. Here's what the streaming industry needs to know about device-level addressability in an everything-connected world.
by Jan Ozer | With the right tools and a little production knowledge, anyone can deliver a professional webcast from just about anywhere.
by Paul Riismandel | Learn how Duke University, UCLA, and California State University-San Marcos all took different approaches to offering lecture recording for students.
by Tim Siglin | A unique online video solution with nDVR helps Tennessee's Indian Springs Baptist Church preach to more than just the choir.
by Troy Dreier | Seattle Swedish Medical Center combines video with Instagram and Twitter for an innovative educational series.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | Take a step back and see that the online video industry has grown up. It's more concerned with what works than what's sexy.