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November 14, 2012

Featured Articles
Superstorm Sandy a Watershed for Online News Coverage
When the storm hit and the power went out, broadcast and online news organizations took their cues from connected viewers.
Wowza Media Server 3.5 Includes Support for Closed Captioning, Transcoder Overlays, and More
Modifications to the server also include HTTP origin delivery of ABR content into caching networks
Best Practices for Cloud Video Workflows
A Streaming Media East panel helped attendees understand the different workflow solutions and make the best choice.
Did Targeted Online Video Ads Sway the Election?
Both Democrats and Republicans served online videos to demographic targets this campaign, but one side heavily outspent the other.
Online Video News
Adap.TV: Tech Improvements Leading to Higher Video Ad Spending
Quarterly state of the industry report finds that agencies are increasingly planning TV and online video campaigns together.
PanaCast to Offer a Bigger Picture on Videoconferencing
Innovative panoramic videoconferencing system has no monthly fees and lets each viewer control their experience.
Quicklink and Inmarsat Offer Easy Way to Stream Mobile Video
Streaming live or recorded videos from remote locations might be easier than ever, thanks to this joint solution.
LiveU Takes in $27M in Funding, Will Develop New Products
Mobile broadcasting company plans to reach into foreign markets and speed global expansion.
SharePoint Gains Video, Thanks to Ramp MediaCloud
Ramp is branching into enterprise, bringing SharePoint-using companies some important new features.
Wikipedia Gains a New Video Player, Thanks to Kaltura
After four years and many revisions, Wikipedia has a new and far improved open-source video player from Kaltura.
Industry News
TVUPack 3G/4G Mobile Uplink Solutions Dramatically Increase Broadcasters' Ability to Deliver Creative Live Coverage of Important Breaking News
Live Asia TV among OTT broadcasters to benefit from secure content protection service
Streaming everywhere has never been more powerful with digital rights management and support for MPEG-DASH
 
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