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December 2010/January 2011

Magazine Features

Streams of Thought: Learning to Love Another

In which an unabashed Apple lover finds a newfound admiration for Microsoft

Case Study: Hyatt Connects With Ignite

The global hospitality chain uses video to communicate with more than 80,000 employees at 340 locations across the globe

The 2010 Streaming Media Readers' Choice Award Winners

More voters, more votes, and more winners than ever before. The readers have spoken, and here are the winners.

Adaptive Streaming in the Field

How do organizations like MTV, Turner, NBC, Deutsche Welle, Harvard, and Indiana University actually deploy adaptive streaming technologies? Read on for all the juicy details.

Spicy Ideas: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

There's never been more video online, and there have never been more devices on which to watch it. So why is it still so hard to find what you want to watch?

Gentlemen, Start Your Streams

NASCAR, MLB, the NFL, and others are leading the pack when it comes to streaming sports events.

Bringing Five Alive: Best Practices for HTML5 Video Deployment

A look at best practices for HTML5 Video deployment

Review: Microsoft Expression Encoder 4

Microsoft Expression Encoder 4 offers the ability to inexpensively adaptively distribute to Apple iDevices, and does so admirably

Class Act: Good Times

There's never been a better time to be using video in education

"Commoditization" is Not a Dirty Word

Vendors should embrace the fact that the pieces in the online video ecosystem have become commoditized, as it lets them focus on what's really important to customers

First Look: Microsoft IIS Media Services 4

Moving beyond Windows Media—and Silverlight—to bring multi-platform, multi-device, multi-protocol goodness, the new IIS Media Services 4 is part of a suite of offerings set to vault Microsoft's media delivery offerings into the future

Editor's Note

Editor's Note: Premium Blend

Everybody talks about so-called "premium content," but all too often what they're referring to is pap that's benefitted from "premium marketing"

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