Streaming Media Magazine:
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | In 2014, content's monarchy is over. It now shares the crown with technology and the audience, each essential elements for building an online video platform.
by Joel Unickow | There are a lot of content choices around, and yesterday's leftovers aren't going to cut it. Make the good stuff available at a good price.
by Christophor Rick | From faster networks to wearable devices, everything is aligning to make mobile video grow faster than ever.
by Tim Siglin | Are we closer—or further away—from one-size-fits-all media consumption? In this article from the 2014 Streaming Media Industry Sourcebook, we take a look at the OTT landscape from a technology, carrier, and multi-channel video programming distributor standpoint.
by Christophor Rick | Video advertising has been experiencing rapid growth. Now, as it begins to mature even further, we're starting to see more powerful video advertising tools and a more cohesive overall picture.
by Tim Siglin | Streaming video is changing the way that business gets done. This year, making enterprise content accessible to mobile devices is a key challenge.
by Paul Riismandel | The proliferation of mobile devices and the surge in popularity of the flipped classroom mean that video is at the head of the class in today's schools.
by Tim Siglin | From AVC to WebM, here's a look at the status of the acronyms that define the streaming media world.
by Tim Siglin | From Samsung buying up Boxee to multiple acquisitions by Verizon and Yahoo, the past year was loaded with M&A activity that reflected streaming's ever-shifting landscape.
by Christophor Rick | Between Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, UltraViolet, YouTube, and others, viewers have more great content to watch and more ways to stream it.
by Jan Ozer | Considering producing a live event? Read this to learn the different live encoder categories, as well as the features to look for before buying.
by Jan Ozer | A wealth of options makes for tough choices. Here are the questions you need to ask to make sure you choose wisely.
by Jan Ozer | Here's what you need to know before you take your encoding to the cloud. (Hint: It's not about video quality.)
by Dom Robinson | The cellmux vendor universe is expanding, but a careful needs assessment can lead you to the right solution for your company.
by Jan Ozer | From customization and video quality to branding and tech support, the options offered by numerous services vary widely, even if the basic functionality is the same.
by Tim Siglin | The BYOD trend, closed captioning, and cloud services present three key areas that enterprises should address when purchasing an enterprise video platform.
by Tim Siglin | 4K and DASH muddy the waters, but the need for servers that can deliver multiple formats and handle closed captioning and ad insertion has never been clearer.
by Dom Robinson | CDNs aren't what they used to be. Here's what you need to know as you select one (or more) to deliver your content.
by Dom Robinson | Whether you call it backhaul or contribution feed, getting a signal to a studio or CDN is a key step in the streaming delivery chain. Here's a look at the options.
by Jan Ozer | It's still early in the game, but here's everything you need to know about moving to the next-generation video codec.
by Jan Ozer | So you need to start webcasting—should you choose a webcast platform, a live streaming service provider, or a conferencing solution?
by Paul Riismandel | Few content publishers have the know-how or resources to do their own captioning. Here are the issues to explore when selecting a service provider.
by Jan Ozer | If you need to deliver to mobile devices and via OTT platforms, you need to deliver HTTP Live Streaming (HLS). Apple provides plenty of advice for compressionists, but here are some tips and tricks for encoding and testing your HLS files
by Jon Orlin | This mail order club delivers more than just bottles as it relies on its long-running online series to get its message out to buyers.
by Paul Riismandel | Online video lessons viewed at home let university professors get the most out of classroom time, and students reap the rewards.
by Troy Dreier | The team behind online video network Raw Science saw a lack of high-quality science videos, so they set out to fill the void.
by Jon Orlin | CreativeLive is a live streaming network for creative types -- and anyone else who wants to learn new skills.