In-Vehicle and In-Flight Video Takes Off
Cars and airplanes are now moving entertainment platforms. Here's how you'll be connecting to your favorite video on the road and in the air.
SMW '19: Tim Siglin and Friends Wrap Up Streaming Media West
Streaming Media Contributing Editor Tim Siglin is joined by fellow contributing editor Robert Reinhardt and Editor-in-Chief and VP Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen as he wraps up 2 days of interviews at Streaming Media West 2019.
SMW '19: Flavor Inc.'s Jose Castillo Talks Streaming Media Past and Future
Streaming Media contributing editor Tim Siglin interviews Flavor Inc. President Jose Castillo at Streaming Media West 2019.
How to Build a Scalable Low-Latency Streaming Solution
How do you reduce latency while syncing interactions between a live streamer and viewers, while scaling to meet demand across multiple platforms? Mux Founder & Head of Product Steve Heffernan examines the pros and cons both WebRTC-based approaches and HTTP-based approaches and shows how to develop a scalable low-latency solution to meet your streaming needs.
SMW '19: Teradek Talks End-to-End Encryption and 4K HEVC
Streaming Media contributing editor Tim Siglin interviews Teradek VP of Sales Jon Landman at Streaming Media West 2019.
From Contribution to AR, 5G Is the Future
5G's commercial rollout is faster than expected with video-intense applications including VR and AR lined up for later releases
The 2019 Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Award Winners
The people have spoken. These are their choices for the best products and services in 28 categories from analytics to webcasting and everything in between.
Review: Panasonic LiveCTRL Multicamera Live-Switching PTZ iOS App
LiveCTRL makes the most of the broadcast-level video the Panasonic PTZ cameras deliver, in a simple, clean, and very easy-to-carry iPad interface.
Streaming Live From the Battlefield: Military Video in 2019
Metadata and low-latency video create a tactical advantage in intelligence-gathering and decision making. Discover why HEVC is gaining momentum in the armed forces, and Android is preferred over iOS.
The 2019 Streaming Media Readers' Choice Finalists
220 nominees. More than 28,000 votes. 84 finalists. Here's who made the shortlist of the top streaming video products and services in our annual reader poll.
Will Ferrell, Shonda Rhimes, Questlove Creating Podcasting Slates
Entertainment celebrities are no longer content to create their own personal podcasts. The power play now is creating an entire slate of new productions.
Inside MPEG's Ambitious Plan to Launch 3 Video Codecs in 2020
The pace of innovation is getting faster and the demands on video codecs are getting greater. MPEG's three-part plan answers questions of royalties, licensing, and computational efficiency. Meet VVC, MPEG-5 Part 1 (EVC), and MPEG-5 Part 2 (LCEVC).
Announcing the State of Streaming 2019 Survey: We Need Your Help
StreamingMedia.com is undertaking the first-ever survey calculating the size and health of the entire streaming industry. Take a few minutes to answer our questions and you just might win a prize!
The List of the 50 Companies That Matter Most in Online Video in 2019
Our panel of streaming media experts has spoken, and these are the 50 companies doing the most important and innovative work in online video today.
What the Dawn of the 5G Era Means for Immersive Technologies
Believe the hype: 5G will change the game for immersive technologies, such as VR and AR, allowing us to do things which are impossible today.
IGTV’s Most-Requested Feature—Monetization—Is Coming Soon
To attract top creators, video platforms need to help them build a business. Instagram's IGTV doesn't have monetization tools yet, but they're nearly here.
YouTube Announces Money-Makers for Creators and Charities
Creators who can make a good living on YouTube are less likely to stray, so the company's VidCon address again focused on rewards for top channels.
Heading Into Year 2, TikTok Focuses on the User Experience
When a video platform finds mainstream success from the start, hiring enough people to keep that growth going becomes its biggest challenge.
Connections Are Greater Than Content in the New Media Economy
Yes, there's a way to compete against giant content providers like Netflix and Hulu. It involves creating a bond with viewers and giving them something they can't get anywhere else.
5G Speeds Just Aren't Good Enough: 6G and 16K Are Inevitable
Technological progress, Moore's Law: Call it what you will but the buck does not stop with 4K resolutions over 5G networks. Wait for 2030 when 6G will be here.