Streaming Media Magazine:
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | Whether they're talking about the cloud, 3D, 4K, or HEVC, IBC vendors and visitors look for the next shiny button to push. But will that advance the industry?
by Robert Reinhardt | Was Adobe's decision to remove FLV and F4V export from Creative Cloud the last gasp for Flash? No, and there are better tools around, anyway.
by Troy Dreier | MOOCs are bringing education to a wider group of learners, but creating them leads to growing pains within the university.
by Dan Rayburn | Apple is known for controlling the customer experience, so creating its own delivery infrastructure was the final piece of the puzzle.
by Troy Dreier | Ensuring that paid online video ads are actually seen is a good thing. But the recently created standard is more of a joke than a useful benchmark.
by Troy Dreier | In this Q&A discussion, AwesomenessTV's COO explains what a multi-channel network gains when it's acquired by a major movie studio.
by Troy Dreier | By creating brief news videos that go behind the headlines and create water cooler conversations, Zazoom has found its niche.
by Troy Dreier | Putting online celebs in front of teen fans has helped DigiTour grow quickly, but those fans can become angry if they don't get personal responses from their idols.
by Shawn Lam | Integrating social media boosts engagement and encourages viewers to use their second screens to interact with content producers and other viewers.
by Tim Siglin | When it comes to using enterprise content delivery networks to stream video, companies face the choice of cloud, in-house CDN, or hybrid.
by Jan Ozer | Running a webinar doesn't take IT expertise anymore. TalkPoint Convey is simple enough for beginners and offers a rich set of features -- although pricing is steep.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | The wait is over: Here's our annual list of the biggest players in the online video industry. Not only are all 100 doing fantastic work today, but they're also blazing a trail by showing us what's possible for tomorrow.
by Jan Ozer | What the online video industry needs is simple standards for reaching all viewers. But when have standards ever simplified online video?