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April/May 2009

Magazine Features

Stream This!: Video CDN Pricing Stable for Now

CDN pricing remains constant at the moment, so don't expect a big drop in 2009.

Case Study: Taste of Home Gets a Taste of Video

The Taste of Home website beefed up its video offerings with video aggregation and a platform from Magnify.net, significantly increasing page views in the process.

Case Study: A Harmonious Relationship

How NTT Communications is helping Pandora keep the music alive on the internet

Spicy Ideas: Why Online Video Will Crush Blu-ray

While Blu-ray players offer superior quality, odds are against it becoming a dominant force. Instead, expect online video to take off by the end of the year.

Broadcasters Are Doubling Down on Online Video

Some broadcasters are hedging their bets, but most are gambling on internet delivery to increase their brand visibility and hit the monetization jackpot.
Fri., April 24, by IdaRose Sylvester

Class Act: Preserving Your Video Legacy

With the last distributor of new VHS movies giving up the format, it is time for educational institutions to think about what video they have stored in this medium.

Streams of Thought: Back to Basics

So far in 2009, competitive strategies are shifting, innovation is continuing, and a tipping point of new users appears to have been reached. All three trends mean good things for the streaming media industry.

Choosing an Online Video Platform

Host your own, use a UGC site, or deploy a fee-based, SaaS approach? Here's how to decide which approach is right for you.

Eyes on the Enterprise: Save Money to Make Money

Lucrative opportunities await those who can integrate online video with other applications in a way that saves companies money.

Review: Adobe CS4 Production Premium

Although the release of CS4 pushes Adobe’s video software further into the spotlight, it doesn’t make as large a first impression as its predecessor did.

Case Study: YouTube as a Student Recruitment Tool

How the University of Bridgeport and Saxon Mills used YouTube to draw potential students to campus

Editor's Note

Editor's Note: Bullish on Online Video

Despite the struggling economy, the world of online video is still a good place to be.

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