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Cisco Expands Its AVVID Portfolio

In November, Cisco announced plans to extend its AVVID IP communications products portfolio into the data conferencing world through the acquisition of Latitude Communications. Though significant, this move is unlikely to create enormous new opportunities for those selling and using streaming media.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jan 2004

What’s Holding Up Multicast Streaming?

Today many streaming industry advocates (and pundits) wonder why eleven years after the first test multicasts of streaming, this technology is still not ubiquitous. Will multicast streaming efficiencies ever happen?
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Dec 2003

Virage Then And Now

With the recent announcement of the acquisition of Virage, a provider of video and rich media communication software, contributing Editor Christine Perey reviews their business history and the integration of the streaming media work flow within enterprise corporations.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Aug 2003

Streaming vs. Downloading Video: Choosing The Right Solution

Streaming and downloading are distinct methods of delivery, each with its own benefits and limitations. We'll take a look at the difference between the two methods, and make some suggestions about when you should choose one or the other for your projects.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Jul 2003

Video E-Mail And The In-box

There are two categories of use for video messaging. The first is to offer an audience an experience akin to television advertising. The second is personal video messaging. There are professional and consumer applications for both categories of video messaging. by Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jun 2003

Where Videoconferencing and Streaming Technologies Intersect - Part 1

As simple as it sounds to connect one IP video platform to another, converting media produced in real time by a videoconferencing system to appeal to streaming audiences accustomed to broadcast television is challenging.
By: Christine Perey
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Nov 2002

Broadcasting Live Events: What You Need To Know - Understanding The Basics

Broadcasting a live event on the Internet requires a host of various resources. Outsourcing all or part of the process can leave you with more questions than answers. This two-part tutorial will provide an outline and checklist of what you need to know to stay ahead of the game.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Sep 2002

Webcasting Royalty Rates Rejected

A controversial royalty rate plan for streaming music online has been rejected by the Librarian of Congress.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 May 2002

It’s All About Communication

There’s no denying the tremendous utility in streaming media to deliver information faster, more efficiently, and to a global audience. Columnist Dan Rayburn speaks
Featured Articles, Posted 17 May 2002

Choosing The Right Capture Solution

With a host of recent changes in capture boards, contributor Dee McVicker surveys the options available for pros, prosumers and consumers.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Mar 2002

Planet of the Apps (Part II)

Vodafone and other telcos in Europe and the United States have paid billions of dollars for 3G network licenses. Now they need killer apps to match. Staff Writer Jason Thompson tells us that companies are looking at sociology to help them understand user behavior.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Nov 2001

Planet of the Apps

Vodafone and other telcos in Europe and the United States have paid billions of dollars for 3G network licenses. Now they need killer apps to match. Staff Writer Jason Thompson tells us that companies are looking at sociology to help them understand user behavior.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Oct 2001

Peer-to-Peer Streaming Finds Friends

A new breed of companies is targeting the peer-to-peer distribution method to lower the costs of streaming. Can they help alleviate the economies of streaming? Senior Editor Jose Alvear reports.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Aug 2001

Osprey 2000 DV Pro Brings Welcome Improvements

ViewCast's latest capture solution has a voracious appetite for video and audio data, and it's omnivous, devouring everything from unbalanced analog audio to SDI video with embedded audio. Associate Technical Editor Bill Bernat takes a closer look at this follow-on release to the Osprey 500 DV Pro.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Apr 2001

Case Study -- Webcasting at the House of Blues

The House of Blues is arguably the godfather of live webcasting and continues to pioneer the craft through cutting-edge technology and ambitious business techniques. Contributor Max Bloom stepped inside their domain to discover just how they do what they do.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jan 2001

Syndication As a Product

Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jan 2001

For Newly Initiated: An Open Source Primer

The term "open source" refers to software designed to be used and changed freely by consumers and developers. Open source code is usually distributed to developers over the Internet, and applications are governed by a type of license not normally applied in the commercial software world: one which requires that all users receive the source code.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Dec 2000

Open Competition

Featured Articles, Posted 20 Dec 2000

Games and Software: Flowing Streams

Streaming games and software boast a key advantage in the industry: They already work to the satisfaction of consumers. A panel session at Streaming Media Europe 2000 shed light on the budding market.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Oct 2000

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