Streaming Media West Preview: Off-the-Shelf Streaming Tools
Learn how to create, buy, edit, analyze, and distribute content—plus launch your own streaming video service—in only three hours. It's one reason to attend Streaming Media West next week.
Go In-Depth on CMAF and Machine Learning at Streaming Media West
Here are two strong reasons to attend Streaming Media West's pre-conference training sessions: a morning seminar on deploying CMAF and an afternoon session on video machine learning.
Discover In-Depth Pre-Conference Training at Streaming Media West
In just two weeks, Streaming Media's Jan Ozer will lead SMW attendees through advanced sessions on ABR production, video quality metrics, and more.
Twitch Talks Women Gamers at Esports and Sports Streaming Summit
One highlight of the upcoming conference will be a Twitch vice president talking with an influential gamer about the current environment for women in gaming. Here's a preview.
Streaming Media West Preview: Cloud Graphics Are the Future!
Here are six reasons why cloud graphics and overlays are the future of streaming TV, plus one big reason to attend Streaming Media West next month in Los Angeles.
Apple, Amazon Fire TV, and Google Anchor Streaming Media West '19
This year's Streaming Media West has a new location—in downtown L.A.!—but the same impressive roster of streaming visionaries that the industry has come to expect.
Esports and Sports Streaming Summit Preview: Jamie Horowitz, DAZN
Sports leagues need to adapt to a new world of live streaming delivery. At the Esports and Sports Streaming Summit, DAZN will explain what interactive video can provide.
Throwback Thursday: When Bill Gates Keynoted Streaming Media West
20 years ago at the second Streaming Media West in San Jose, Microsoft chairman and CEO Bill Gates addressed a capacity crowd with a keynote on "The Digital Media Revolution."
Who Is the Streaming Media Reader?
Tell us a little bit about yourself and your interests. In return, we'll give you $100 off registration for Streaming Media West and enter you to win a $100 Amazon gift card.
The Quiet Conference: At IBC 2019, No News Was Good News
Some years are revolutionary, some are evolutionary, and some are just "meh." Here's why those "meh" years are the best ones for the industry.
Ban the Binge! Netflix Makes the Right Move With Weekly Episodes
Whatever happened to the water cooler? Even though some viewers are howling in protest on Twitter, Netflix is making a smart choice by releasing new episodes weekly.
Has IBC Survived Its Identity Crisis?
The traditional broadcast world of "big iron" is shrinking, and the new OTT kids on the block are looking at commodity IT and cloud workflows. How will the biggest industry show outside of NAB keep up?
Voting Is Now Open for the 2019 Readers' Choice Awards!
Let the competition begin! Voting begins for the streaming video industry awards that matter most—because winners are chosen by the community itself.
Disney Raises the Stakes, and the Competition Should Be Worried
The Disney+/ESPN+/Hulu triple-play offers something for the whole family, and comes at a budget-conscious price. As opening shots go, it's a howitzer.
$21: The Amount Consumers Want to Pay Barely Covers Two Services
Households are reacting to new OTT offerings by tightening their belts and closing their wallets. Is this a boon for ad-supported services or the end of expansion?
Deadline Extended: Make Your Readers' Choice Nominations Now!
What streaming technologies and products are the best of the best? Our readers will decide soon, so make your nominations today.
The DirecTV Now Name Must Be the Real Problem, Decides AT&T
Customers are fleeing DirecTV Now because they don't like the DirecTV name, the parent company decides. What do they like better? Their phone company, of course.
AT&T and NBCU Drag Viewers Into the Age of Experimentation
Yes, there are two more premium OTT services coming. Yes, it's all too much for the average viewer. No, it won't last forever.
Trouble Ahead: Netflix's Bad Quarter Could Turn Into a Bad Year
The constant drip, drip, drip of bad news for the SVOD leader has taken its toll, and viewers are leaving en masse. Suddenly the giant doesn't look so powerful.
If TV Watching Goes Social Is it Still Passive Entertainment?
We all know that hours of passive boob tube watching aren't good for our bodies and minds. But what if we're active viewers? Is there a safe way to binge?