With Content Fabric, Eluvio Might Transform Online Video Delivery
Startup Eluvio has announced its first product, and it aims at nothing less than transforming how video and other large files are distributed online.
iHeartMedia Acquiring Stuff Media and Creating a Podcast Empire
Two powerhouses of podcasting are joining together, with iHeartMedia snapping up one of the top audio download producers.
Musical.ly App Folds Into TikTok, Users Urged to Switch Over
Chinese technology company Bytedance is once again getting out of its own way and reducing competition in the video app market.
Roku Turns Up the Volume with Roku TV Wireless Speakers
Arriving in late October, Roku's speakers offer simple setup and two remotes. But what about the whole home licensing program the company recently announced?
YouTube Debuts Music and Ad-Free Video Subs, Folds YouTube Red
One service becomes two, as subscribers have the choice of a $9.99 per month music plan, or paying $2 more to add ad-free video playback and YouTube originals.
Hulu and Spotify Team Up to Offer Combined Subscription
Following a successful pairing aimed at college students, Hulu and Spotify create a music and TV subscription for $12.99 per month.
YouTube Introduces SDK for Spatial Audio on Mobile and Desktop
With its latest software development kit, Resonance Audio, YouTube makes immersive video environments even more convincing.
Apple Plans Original Video Expansion, Courts Veteran Producers
The company will use original series and movies to attract more subscribers to Apple Music, not to launch a streaming video service.
YouTube Announces 360-Degree Live Streaming, Spatial Audio
During an NAB 2016 keynote address, YouTube broke news that it now supports live streaming of immersive 360-degree video, and viewers will be able to hear which direction sounds are coming from.
Spotify Offers Videos to Mobile App Users, Starts With Android
It's not just a music service anymore. In an effort to broaden its appeal, Spotify is streaming entertainment clips to its mobile app users.
YouTube Intros Subscription Plan, Music App, Original Content
For $10 per month, online video fans can watch original content from some of YouTube's biggest stars, view ad-free video, and stream music to a new app. Is that enough to entice subscribers to YouTube Red?
Music-Streamer Spotify Plans to Add Video, Talks With Partners
The company has been in talks with a variety of high-profile video publishers, and could announce its plans later this month.
Juniper Research Report Sees Slow Growth in Online Music Market
Even though major players like Apple and Google are entering the streaming music market, that doesn't mean profits will soar.
Google Announces Music Service; Spotify Not Dead Yet
As predicted, Google announced a subscription music service. Surprisingly, it looks a lot like the other subscription music services.
Rolling Stones: Let's Spend the Night Together with Online Event
In news as sweet as brown sugar, Neulion announces a pay-per-view live stream of the Rolling Stones anniversary concert with DVR features.
Google I/O Keynote Offers Movie Purchases, Google Glass Demo
The high-flying demo included a new tablet, a home audio and video player, and details on the new Android operating system release.
Vevo Announces Six Original Shows at NewFront Presentation
The online music video giant dives into reality programming and scripted humor shows.
Fraunhofer Shows Low-Bandwidth MPEG Surround at CES
New audio codec streams 5.1 audio over 64 kbps connection
CES 2012: Technicolor Announces M-GO Cloud Media Storage App
New service will launch in U.S. this spring on Intel, Samsung, and Vizio devices
Apple Will Reveal iCloud Next Week
Apple confirms it will finally unveil its long-awaited iCloud service at next week's WWDC, along with the Lion OS and iOS5