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February 27, 2012

Featured Articles
Ustream Review: Strong Customization, but a Weak Embedded Player
The largest live streaming service, Ustream is strong choice due to its video control options and monetization programs.
Buyer's Guide: Video Editing Software
From format compatibility to storage integration, here are the issues you need to consider when choosing a video editor.
Digitas Expands NewFront Conference, Joins with Google, Microsoft
Hulu, Yahoo, and AOL will also take part in two-week season of conferences between brands and content creators.
Justin.tv Review: Simple Setup, Great for Reaching Gamers
For those streaming live video to a younger audience, Justin.tv is a top choice. It's easy to use, but doesn't stream to Apple iOS devices without a paid app.
Buyer's Guide: CellMux, Link-Aggregator, and Channel-Bond Devices
What to look for in cellular multiplexing devices -- perhaps the fastest growing streaming technology.
Buyer's Guide: Software Encoders
There are bundled, desktop, and enterprise offerings. Read on to learn which one is right for your needs.
Bambuser Review: A Simple Live Streaming Interface, but No Frills
While Bambuser is easy enough for video newcomers, it lacks configuration and monetization options.
Online Video News
PlayStation Vita Offers More than Games — Streams Netflix, Too
Lack of access to the PlayStation Network's library of movies and TV shows is a curious omission.
Comcast Debuts Online Streaming Service Xfinity Streampix
The service looks especially light on new release movies, but it's $3 per month cheaper than Netflix.
Netflix Signs Multi-Year Agreement with The Weinstein Company
Oscar-Favorite The Artist and Madonna's W.E. are coming to Netflix's streaming service.
Industry News
First entity poised to commercialize Creative Commons; Joi Ito joins advisory board
Sessions to be streamed live and on-demand via Mediasite to connect remote and in-person attendees
More Than 12 Million Songs Available on Virtually Every Major Platform
 
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