Articles for Dan Daley
Red Bull Media Readies Its Esports Studio for Prime Time
It's not a niche market anymore: Esports is massively popular. Go behind the scenes at Red Bull's gaming headquarters to learn how it streams to millions of fans.
For Debates, Online Video Is Second Screen but Not Second Fiddle
Streaming the presidential and vice presidential debates sets up the future for streaming media, one where online video is the first screen and TV is the second.
Rock Band Incubus Creates Multimedia Event to Connect with Fans
Director Marc Scarpa helped Incubus create an event in an L.A. warehouse that let the band interact with fans in-person and around the globe.
Audio Catches Up: Online Video Rocks with Multichannel Audio
As movies move online and go mobile, sound gets some respect with updated codecs, more TLC, and a better attitude.
Online Music Services Require Improved Audio
With Pandora continuing to grow, and rumored streaming music services on the way from Apple and Google, it's time to focus on the challenges of processing and encoding sound for the cloud
2011 Will Be the Year of Streaming Music
The public is finally ready to switch from downloaded to streamed music, but don't expect the transition to be easy or free from technical challenges. Discover the technologies that will improve the listening experience.
Gentlemen, Start Your Streams
NASCAR, MLB, the NFL, and others are leading the pack when it comes to streaming sports events.
The “Other” Grammys Go Streaming
This year, the non-broadcast Grammy awards come out of the shadows and sound pretty darn good, thanks in part to Move Networks and iStreamPlanet.
Sun., Feb. 8, by Dan Daley