Whether it’s regulatory compliance, patent lawsuits, or copyright challenges, the online video industry sees its share of legal and government issues. We’ll keep you up to date here with the latest news.
The online video revolution isn't just changing how we watch our favorite shows. Learn how video is informing and entertaining government and public sector employees.
Data breaches aren't just a concern for financial platforms. Hackers also target OTT platforms. Here are three best practices for keeping subscriber data safe.
Despite the White House's accusations, Huawei tells an MWC audience it doesn't plant back doors—but that's not true for its U.S. competition.
A series by National Geographic uncovers the absolutely true, incredibly bizarre story of Pixelon, the streaming video company that couldn't stream video.
In this article and video interview, Tom Munro, CEO of Verimatrix, predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
Roundup of cocktail parties on-site and off, during NAB 2015
When will the industry jettison HTTP-segment-based streaming and buffer-based playback, both of which hold us back? How about right now, our columnist proposes.
Schools are covered by different copyright measures than the mass public, making it easy for streaming classrooms to get around access controls.
Western publishers that want to stream video to audiences in China need to overcome unique hurdles that are more political than technical.
Live streaming apps Meerkat and Periscope got bad press for allowing the fight to be pirated, but the real culprits have been around for far longer.