Streaming Media Magazine:
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | HTML5 and MPEG-DASH are enjoying the spotlight, but Flash may never go away. This month's Streaming Media magazine shows the state of the industry.
by Jason Thibeault | People used to imagine an online video world that was engaging and interactive. But, instead of achieving that, we've settled for duplicating TV.
by Troy Dreier | The parties and presentations are still great, but they're being reigned in. Hype is giving way to reality as online video makes mainstream hits.
by Jan Ozer | How can video compressionists assess the quality of different files? Only by combining objective mathematical comparisons with their own professional judgments.
by Dan Rayburn | Details are sparse about HEVC Advance. The industry knew a second HEVC pool might form, but why do patent holders have a problem with MPEG LA?
by Troy Dreier | Comic books were just the beginning. The company behind The Walking Dead comic is making big moves into cutting-edge pop culture-oriented videos.
by Troy Dreier | The 150-year-old literary magazine is not only surviving online, but thriving partly due to the creation of smart, informative, and funny original online video.
by Nicolas Weil | The OTT service's Baptiste Coudurier talks about the hard work—and black magic—behind the smooth migration to MPEG-DASH, which now accounts for 75% of its traffic
by Robert Reinhardt | Everybody's using HTML5 and MPEG-DASH these days, right? Not so fast. Reports of Flash's death have been greatly exaggerated.
by Jan Ozer | Media source extensions, encrypted media extensions, and DASH offer new possibilities for player-based DRM and increase HTML5's appeal to video publishers.
by Jan Ozer | Need a streaming appliance for live event production? Read this to learn the history of the live streaming appliance market, then discover the features that matter when making a purchase.