Streaming Media Magazine:
by Paul Riismandel | Nowadays, CDNs are jazzing up their menus with value-added services such as transcoding, content management, and monetization. Want fries with that?
by Tim Siglin | Mobile video in the enterprise is taking off, bringing with it increased security risks and unforeseen content management problems.
by J.J. Smith | Webcasting has gotten easier, but that doesn't mean it's stress-free. Here are some tips and tricks to take some of the worry out of your webcasting efforts.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | The end users have spoken, and these are their go-to products and companies in 26 categories, announced at a ceremony at Streaming Media West
by Troy Dreier | Just a few years back, Fullscreen was nothing more than an idea. Now, it's one of the biggest players on YouTube -- and it's still growing.
by Troy Dreier | A Big Bang Theory producer creates a celebrity-filled online series featuring a hairless cat, a drumming robot, a side-kick owl, and a laughing sheep.
by Troy Dreier | YouTube is turning out niche megastars by the hundreds, but where do they go for a second act? Does mainstream entertainment have a place for them?
by Tim Siglin | To understand data networks, think of the online video industry less as broadcasting and more as the transportation of goods.
by Jose Castillo | When Blockbuster laughed at a partnership proposal from Netflix in 2000, it jumpstarted one of the most revolutionary companies of our time.
by Paul Riismandel | What separates useful educational videos from laughably bad ones? To be successful, they first need to feel authentic to the audience.
by Jan Ozer | Expensive products have complicated interfaces and inflexible features, while free applications like Handbrake can be used by anyone.
by Dan Rayburn | AVC is a mature and proven choice, while HEVC is still in its infancy. Dan Rayburn challenges the common wisdom on HEVC.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | The leading voice of the online video community is increasing its print run from six to nine issues per year due to huge demand. Yes, there's a little irony here.
by Jan Ozer | Brightcove customers should look to this new service for inexpensive real-time event transcoding, but several rough edges mar the experience.