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Online Video Industry

The online video industry is an ever-growing ecosystem of technology, service, and platform vendors that run the gamut from traditional broadcast incumbents to disruptive startups.

Here you'll find Streaming Media's coverage of the solutions providers that are enabling the online video revolution.

Features

Investing in AI Is Just as Important as Content for Streaming Services

When it comes to giving viewers what they want and encouraging them to stick around, robust and effective AI strategies can play a crucial role

ttconv Simplifies Subtitling and Captioning

Thanks to ttconv, a new format converter, adding timed text to video is becoming simpler and more efficient, and Facebook is already embracing it

Navigating the 'COVID Content Collapse:' What's Next for Streaming TV

Free ad-supported TV (FAST) is poised for continued growth as consumers find themselves with more SVOD services than they are willing to pay for.

How to License Music for Streaming

Want to stream music online? Be prepared to deal with a labyrinth of licensing regulations. Here's an overview of music licensing for streaming, and scenarios to help you figure out what you need to do.

Spotlights

Explore New Frontiers in Real Time Video Streaming

Ant Media Server with clustering capability works with AWS CloudFormation to deliver ultra-low latency streaming

2021: The Full Monty

Streaming Media publisher Joel Unickow has some bold predictions for the rest of 2021.

Margins in Streaming Market Will Erode in 2021; Diversification is Key

Partnerships Will Be Key to Success in 2021

Columns

From Zoom Fatigue to Serendipity

It's March. Again. And we're still all on Zoom. It's been a lifeline, but it'll never replace in-person meetings and conferences.

New Rules of Codec Development

The game has changed for new codecs entering the market.

A Look Back at Streaming Video's 2020

From the rise of Zoom to the fall of MPEG, 2020 has been a year of surprises.

As Streaming Grows, the CDN Must Evolve

Streaming is still only a fraction of total video watched, even post-COVID lockdown. What happens when it's the de facto method for delivering video content? Will the existing CDN approaches be enough to handle the next phase of streaming growth?

Online Video Industry Companies and Suppliers