Case Study: Massachusetts Tackles Streaming Accessibility
When the Massachusetts Department of Revenue needed to make its video program more accessible for the vision- and hearing-impaired, as well as non-English speakers, it took matters into its own hands.
Class Act: Making Educational Video More Accessible
Though many sites offer a bevy of educational video, there is still no central hub for academic content that spans the web.
GaryVee Uncorked: Wine Library TV's Gary Vaynerchuk
2009 is shaping up to be another vintage year for Gary Vaynerchuk, the iconoclastic creator of Wine Library TV better known as GaryVee.
Fri., June 5, by Troy Dreier
Peer Review: Wine Library TV
While Wine Library TV's minimalist approach works well and the content is great, there are a few mistakes that unnecessarily mar streaming quality.Fri., June 5, by Jan Ozer
Encoding in the Cloud
Is it time to put cloud encoding on your radar?
In Search of Video SEO That Works
What video search engine strategy works best? The secret's in the sauce, but nobody's sharing their recipes.
Mon., June 29, by Nico McLane
Stream This!: Netflix's Streaming Costs
While Netflix doesn't give out much information on its streaming delivery costs, it is possible to estimate those numbers with a little number-crunching.
Streams of Thought: Too Much of a Good Thing?
A supply-demand imbalance between advertisers and content distributors has inundated the web with ads. So what does this mean for the future?
Spicy Ideas: Hey, You! Pay Attention!—Three Reasons Why We Ignore Video
Lack of engagement opportunities, information overload, and physiology are some of the factors keeping viewers from focusing on videos.
Editor's Note: Hey Kids, Let's Put on a Show! It's So Crazy, It Just Might Work
The success of this year's Streaming Media East conference has led to the launch of a new show: the Online Video Platform Summit.