Streaming Media Magazine:
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | What happened to Apple as an innovator? For truly innovative streaming video hardware and software, look at what Amazon is doing.
by Tim Siglin | The future is up for grabs as viewers move from broadcast and cable to online, but will greedy royalty fees slow growth at a critical moment?
by Paul Riismandel | Call it the price of progress: Low-priced dSLRs have made cinematic video mainstream, but they're no substitute for camcorders.
by Jason Thibeault | There's a vast amount of user-generated brand-related original video on YouTube, but the brands themselves don't get any part of the action.
by Troy Dreier | Who needs the movie theater when viewers can stream HD video directly to their TV sets? The movie theater owners, that's who.
by Corey Behnke | Here's how one video site brought the circus-like atmosphere of Green Bay Packers training camp to thousands of die-hard fans, with tips for successful multicamera streaming.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | The list the online video industry waits for is here: It's Streaming Media's annual list of the biggest players around. These are the 100 companies charting the future during a time of transaction.
by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | Discover our 2015 list of the 100 companies doing the most interesting and innovative work in streaming video. Now in its fifth year, the list shows a new maturity, a sign of an industry coming into its own.
by Nadine Krefetz | Whether they're called digital asset management (DAM), media asset management (MAM), or production asset management (PAM), they all help organize digital libraries.
by Nadine Krefetz | Great content is the main ingredient for any successful video, but a terrific user experience makes the difference between bland and bold. User experience comes down to one simple question: Is your product a joy to use?
by Jan Ozer | For compressionists who want to see the image quality differences a tool measures, SSIMWave can feel incomplete. An upcoming update may change that.