Streaming Media Magazine:
by Steve Nathans-Kelly | Streaming 3D was a non-starter, but 4K/Ultra HD is a different matter. Here's why producers should future-proof their workflows in 2015.
by Tim Siglin | While video streaming has increased, so has the number of over-the-air broadcast channels. Can broadcasters stop the planned broadcast spectrum auction?
by Robert Reinhardt | Videos on YouTube now default to HTML5 playback first, a decision that seems designed to attract headlines rather than solve problems.
by Paul Riismandel | Recording video lectures is a challenge for even the best professors, since they don't get live feedback. The producer needs to step in and fill that role.
by Troy Dreier | Online video services are defined by their original series, which win awards and attract viewers, but how do they keep those hits off illegal sharing sites?
by Jan Ozer | Why did Google purchase On2 Technologies back in 2010? Because encoding and streaming VP9 video is saving it tens of millions each year.
by Troy Dreier | Besides going to TV shows and stars, Emmy Awards also go to the companies that make contributions to television technology. Several of the biggest names in streaming have taken home the award.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | It takes a year to plan the 9-hour live coverage for the Grammy Awards, which this year served 7 million view sessions. Here's how Akamai, All Mobile Video Digital Media, and a team of over 100 people put it together.
Creating the 9-hour live streamed Grammy coverage takes more than an iPhone running Periscope. Here's a list of all the equipment and services required.
by Scott Strimple | Ready to fly? Read this first to discover the areas drone operators need to be versed in to assure safe and proficient operation. Learn the essentials before leaving the ground.
by Jan Ozer | Which delivers better quality, encoding time, and CPU performance—HEVC or VP9? We put them to the test to decide once and for all.
by Jan Ozer | Our reviewer puts the vMix GO to the test and finds it an affordable, portable, SDI-based live production and recording solution that uses the best software you've never heard of—although it does have a few rough edges.
by Jan Ozer | With version 6, Telestream has converted its premier live production software application to 64-bit operation, as well as added playlists, social media support, input from iOS devices, and instant replay.