Streaming Media Magazine:
by Adrian Pennington | Despite all the hype, the move to embrace MPEG-DASH and the DASH264 spec has been slow-going. We look at the history of DASH and the roadblocks it faces moving forward.
by Claudia Kienzle | Legislators and content owners are trying a variety of tactics to combat piracy, but so far the pirates are staying a step ahead.
by Larry Kless | Learn the five core elements for a live event, then follow this battle-tested advice to ensure live enterprise events come off without a hitch.
by Troy Dreier | A 12-night event streams live music, dance, and theater to a global audience, proving that the arts have a place in online video.
by Troy Dreier | Sports too small for cable are finding big success with online video. Dailymotion tapped into the passion for drifting with a new series called "Battle Tested."
by Jan Ozer | We put the first generation of the recently released ProMedia Xpress through a variety of tests, looking at performance, quality, closed captions, and more.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | Those ready to dump cable or satellite subscriptions should be careful what they ask for. Cobbled together alternatives can be ungainly and challenging.
by Tim Siglin | Consumers will never go for 4K video that stumbles on the last mile. Here's what the major studios can do about it.
by Jan Ozer | Enough with the new standards. All the talk about HTML5, DASH, and HEVC is mostly hot air, and here's why.
by Paul Riismandel | In a trend called "flipping the classroom," college instructors have students view instructional videos online before class, so that classroom time is put to better use.
by Troy Dreier | Most studios are on-board and most new releases are UltraViolet-enabled. But does that mean UltraViolet is a success?