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Bill Greenwood

Assistant Editor

Bill Greenwood is assistant editor of Streaming Media magazine.

Articles for Bill Greenwood

The Government Video Boom

More and more government agencies are getting into the streaming media game. But why now?
Fri., Dec. 11, by Bill Greenwood

The Secrets of Their Success

A look at six of today’s top online content creators

Kyte Unveils First Video Publishing App for iPhone 3GS

Kyte Mobile Producer for iPhone 3GS lets publishers instantly upload photos and videos to the new iPhone.
Wed., June 24, by Bill Greenwood

Qik, Brightcove Create Online Home for Mobile Video

Qik and Brightcove are pooling their resources to give customers a convenient place to post mobile videos online, and maybe make a buck or two in the process.
Tues., June 23, by Bill Greenwood

How Webcasting Helped Wayne State Fight the Nursing Shortage

The university uses video distance learning to train more nurses without hiring more faculty.

The NewsMarket Jumps on the Beijing 2008 Bandwagon

The NewsMarket, which supplies royalty- and rights-free video clips to media outlets, started a Beijing 2008 Olympics channel in April and has already supplied clips to more than 350 news organizations worldwide.
Thurs., July 24, by Bill Greenwood

Forrester Report: Get Ready for OmniVideo

In a new report called How Video Will Take Over the World, Forrester Research analyst James McQuivey encourages companies to embrace a world where video is everywhere.
Mon., July 7, by Bill Greenwood

Sonic Foundry Set to Unleash New Mediasite Recorders, Server

New version Mediasite EX Server will include RSS feeds and new reporting features, while upgrades to Mediasite RL and ML Recorders will feature improved editing and capture capabilities.
Mon., July 7, by Bill Greenwood

ON24 Aims to Turn Desktops Into Conference Halls With Virtual Show

With rising travel costs eating into conference budgets, ON24's Virtual Show lets companies put on "virtual trade shows" accessible from any PC.
Mon., June 30, by Bill Greenwood

Fox Chicago Journalists Seek to Bring News Alive Online

Fox News Chicago is spearheading an effort called, which features nearly 200 continuous live streams from news organizations around the United States.
Thurs., June 12, by Bill Greenwood

New Services Seek to Expand Online Video Advertising

Two new services from and Tremor Media are designed to help content publishers easily and successfully enter the world of online video ads.
Tues., May 27, by Bill Greenwood

Mogulus Aims to Bring Linear TV to the Internet With Pro Service

The new Mogulus Pro service augments the company’s successful free service with analytics, branding, and other features aimed to attract newspapers, magazines, and large media companies.
Tues., May 6, by Bill Greenwood

Comcast, Pando to Work With Industry on P2P Bill of Rights

In an effort to help manage network congestion, Comcast and Pando are proposing a list of “rights and responsibilities,” a proposal that’s met with mixed reaction. The Distributed Computing Industry Association will take up the issue at the P2P Media Summit in Los Angeles on Monday.
Fri., May 2, by Bill Greenwood

VBrick Eyes Live, Practical Streaming With VBoss

The new service, in partnership with Akamai and other CDNs, aims to simplify live streaming for enterprise and education, as well as entertainment.
Fri., April 25, by Bill Greenwood