Streaming Media Magazine:
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | The biggest streaming video story of the year showed that even the World Cup and HBO Go can't outperform creative user-generated content.
by Tim Siglin | Streaming 4K video will be a major theme at next week's CES, but manufacturers need to ditch the outdated HDMI connector for TV viewing.
by Robert Reinhardt | TV viewing is changing at a frantic pace, with younger viewers leaving pay TV and advertisers looking for a way to get their attention.
by Troy Dreier | Will Americans cut the cord in the new year and give up their pay TV subscriptions? Sadly, online bundles won't be significantly cheaper.
by Paul Riismandel | While some colleges and universities have redundant systems in place to safeguard video files, others are haphazard about video organization.
by Troy Dreier | The MCN has unveiled a tiered system designed to find and nurture video-making talent. Here's what it stands to gain.
by Tim Siglin | For the armed forces, streaming is a matter of national security. Here's an exclusive look at how the military, from analysts to ground troops, is using streaming video.
by Jan Ozer | Digital rights management is more important than ever. Here's a look at the options available and how they can help you protect and monetize your content.
by Tim Siglin | Are video platforms geared toward the enterprise more than just repackaged entertainment platforms? Here's how to make a choice.
by Tim Siglin | The technology barriers are almost gone, and mobile video is growing faster than desktop. So when will mobile video delivery finally be profitable?
by Jan Ozer | Epiphan Pearl is a small, dual-input, touchscreen-driven video recording and streaming device for lecture or presentation capture. This tutorial details how to stream and capture live presentations with Pearl.
by Jan Ozer | Never heard of it? Learn why we call this video encoding analysis tool invaluable, and a must-have for anyone serious about encoding or compression.
by Jan Ozer | HEVC might be getting all the attention, but Google's VP9 appears to match H.265 in quality and might play a bigger role in the transition from Flash to HTML5