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Streaming Media Magazine: October 2014
by | 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 | 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 | MOOCs are bringing education to a wider group of learners, but creating them leads to growing pains within the university.
by | Apple is known for controlling the customer experience, so creating its own delivery infrastructure was the final piece of the puzzle.
by | 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 | 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 | By creating brief news videos that go behind the headlines and create water cooler conversations, Zazoom has found its niche.
by | 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 | Integrating social media boosts engagement and encourages viewers to use their second screens to interact with content producers and other viewers.
by | When it comes to using enterprise content delivery networks to stream video, companies face the choice of cloud, in-house CDN, or hybrid.
by | 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 | 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 | What the online video industry needs is simple standards for reaching all viewers. But when have standards ever simplified online video?
 

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