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July 27, 2015

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HEVC Advance Announces Royalty Rates, Wants 0.5% of Gross Revenue
Licensing costs for Netflix and Facebook would total over $100 million per year, and terms are retroactive. Group calls terms "fair and reasonable."
A Streaming Snapshot: Articles Show Video Industry in Transition
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.
HTML5 Comes of Age: It's Finally Time to Tell Flash Good-bye
Media source extensions, encrypted media extensions, and DASH offer new possibilities for player-based DRM and increase HTML5's appeal to video publishers.
Online Video News
VidCon 2015: YouTube Announces New Mobile App, More VR, and Diamond Play Button
VidCon's expanded Industry Track ends its first day with YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki with a keynote heavy on the platform's success and achievements, as well as a few new features and diamond play button awards for channels with ten million subscribers
Netflix Adds Video Previews to Interface in TV Application Update
When Netflix Subscribers click on a title for more information, they'll see a video preview so they know exactly what they're getting.
MyEye and Look for Their Share of the Live Market
Periscope and Meerkat get competition and new players emerge, each offering a slightly different set of features.
Maker Studios Will Shut Down Blip as Pioneer Becomes Casualty
While Maker acquired Blip two years ago for off-YouTube video distribution, it no longer sees a future for that idea.
Industry News
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"YouTube of Vertical Videos" Delivers High-Definition Video for How We Naturally Hold Our Phones
Company concludes record fiscal year as the largest global distributor of linear OTT with over 700 live channels and over 200,000 new VOD titles
Combination of dynamic ad insertion, audience measurement and robust cloud-based streaming architecture carve path to monetizing radio on the web
Delivers faster time-to-live, mobile publishing, custom analytics, and industry-leading playback to enable broadcasters, marketers, and content owners to capitalize on exponential demand for video content
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