On Broadway and Online
BroadwayHD's Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley have made it their mission to bring the theater to people's homes. But it's a lot more than pointing a camera at the stage; they've helped create a new and different experience.
Investing in AI Is Just as Important as Content for Streaming Services
When it comes to giving viewers what they want and encouraging them to stick around, robust and effective AI strategies can play a crucial role
ttconv Simplifies Subtitling and Captioning
Thanks to ttconv, a new format converter, adding timed text to video is becoming simpler and more efficient, and Facebook is already embracing it
Navigating the 'COVID Content Collapse:' What's Next for Streaming TV
Free ad-supported TV (FAST) is poised for continued growth as consumers find themselves with more SVOD services than they are willing to pay for.
The State of OTT Video Advertising
The OTT video advertising world has reached a tipping point, as consumers turn to AVOD services and ad tech gets more sophisticated
The State of OTT 2021
Taking stock of where OTT is at, with a look back at an unprecedented year and how it will impact the rest of 2021
The State of Video Ad Tech 2021
As ad-supported viewing grows, the industry grapples with three key challenges: privacy, workflow fragmentation, and scale
Navigating a Multi-Codec World
AVC led to format consolidation, but we've seen more fragmentation in recent years. Fortunately, the huge critical mass around AOMedia might lead to a simpler future.
Navigating the Ad Tech Maze
Here's how five industry experts are finding their way through the complicated world of advertising technology.
The Algorithm Series: Digital Rights Management (DRM)
The math behind the magic of protecting live and on-demand streaming video content
How Can Direct-to-Consumer Platforms Better Protect Their Exclusive Regional Content?
Staggered release schedules, the explosion of direct-to-consumer offerings, the cost of multiple subscriptions, and the ease of finding illegal or unlicensed content online is resulting in growing amounts of piracy. A multi-pronged approach to combating piracy is necessary to prevent lost revenue, job cuts, and poor brand association.
5G's Future Is Broken. Here's Why We Need 6G
InterDigital, one of the chief architects of generational telecoms developments, says true immersive video experiences are a bust at 5G
Riding the 5G Wave
Carriers are moving to standalone networks to fulfill 5G's true potential, but it remains a work in progress
ATSC 3.0: The Future Is Now
The broadcast industry has been looking for ways to compete with OTT, and ATSC 3.0 gives it its last, best chance.
8K: History Repeats Itself
With production challenge solved, smarter AI upscaling and enhanced codec technologies will enable 8K streaming to the home—inevitably.
Solving the OTT Worfklow Puzzle
With so many moving parts in the streaming workflow, are best practices even possible? Five industry leaders share their insights into how to make all of the pieces fit
Sky: "It's All Digital Now"
It's time to get beyond the notion that it's pay TV vs OTT, argued executives from Sky, ViacomCBS, YouTube, and Roku at a "virtual IBC" event hosted by Bitmovin
The 2020 Streaming Media 50: The 50 Companies That Matter Most in Online Video
Who made our annual list of the most important, most innovative, and just plain most interesting companies in the online video space? Read on ...
Revry Takes the "Tribrid" Approach with its LGBTQ OTT Network
Revry is the first global LGBTQ video service, and it's growing like crazy. This year, it expanded with Brightcove's Beacon to offer a three-pronged approach to programming and monetization: live linear, SVOD, and AVOD.
The Algorithm Series: Video Player Performance
Multiple algorithms for encoding, transfer, and playback intersect in the end user's player. So how can you make the numbers work in your favor?