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October 01, 2012

Featured Articles
Google TV: What We Learned from Version One
The first Google TV user interface looked like a PC, admits a Google TV manager. Learn what Google changed in version two.
A&E Networks: The Problem with Measuring TV Everywhere
For premium channels that don't depend on advertising, TV Everywhere is a better fit, explains A&E.
How to Build an HTML5 Video Player, from VideoJS's Creator
Steve Heffernan explains how to build a customized HTML5 player. Watch this for everything you need to know.
Online Video News
Zeebox Arrives in U.S., Partners with Comcast, NBCU, HBO, Cinemax
App provides a unified second-screen experience for hundreds of shows; includes in-depth info, social networking, and shopping.
YuMe Study: Who's Buying Online Video Ads, Who They're Targeting
In its latest quarterly report, YuMe shows which video ad types are most popular, and which demographics are the most targeted.
Adobe to Integrate MPEG DASH Across Entire Lineup
While declining to provide a timeline, an Adobe representative says the company will integrate DASH from its players to its servers.
Industry News
Program allows users to publish scheduled HD video playlists on Roku, iPads, and iPhones.
Conference tour includes presentations and exhibits at CMMA, Streaming Media Europe and FOLIO: Media Next
New investors StarVest Partners, Hearst Interactive Media, and EDBI join existing RAMP investors Fairhaven Capital, Accel Partners, General Catalyst Partners, and Comcast Ventures
Leveraging a Flexible, Client-Driven Technology, PackeTV Mobile Optimizes the Delivery of Live and Prerecorded Streams to Mobile Devices
Students in the College of Osteopathic Medicine Simulate Real-Life Patient Examinations
Innovative Solution Enables Advertisers to Efficiently Convert and Conform In-Stream Campaign Creative Across All Publisher Sites, In Half the Time
Mediasite webcasts facilitate peer-to-peer learning among leading Wisconsin companies at University of Wisconsin E-Business Consortium event
Clear need for metrics that demonstrate effectiveness across digital and traditional video screens
Featuring HTML5 and a Powerful WebKit Engine, Espial TV Browser Optimizes Interactive TV Content and OTT Web Video
Revamped User Interfaces and Innovative Features Make Photo and Video Editing, Organizing and Sharing Easier
 
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