December 2011/January 2012
Celebs on the Web: Hollywood Discovers Streaming Video
More and more stars are bypassing the traditional Hollywood system and going straight to the web.
HTML5 Is Taking Over the Web, Right? Not so Fast…
To examine the spread of HTML5, we look at several sites by major brands. Flash certainly isn't dead yet.
Review: NewTek TriCaster TCXD850 Extreme
Does this all-in-one video mixer have what it takes to stream your next event? We put the robust TriCaster TCXD850 Extreme to the test in this exhaustive review.
Cord-Cutting Easier Said Than Done: Commentary
What happens when over-the-top technology meets the average living room? A confusing combination of remotes, wires, and devices. When will that cordless future actually arrive?
DRM Is Dead
DRM has no protective value. It's time to stop using it and seek out other ways to monetize online audio and video.
A Tale of Two Tablets: Kindle and Nook Battle for Christmas Sales
Amazon favors a locked-in approach for media consumption, while Barnes & Noble offers an open experience. Apple's iPad, however, remains the tablet to beat.
HP EliteBook 8760w: A Notebook for Demanding Video Producers
Need a notebook for video or streaming production? Check out the HP EliteBook 8760w. This is one portable that can stand up to most single-CPU desktops on the market.
Mobivivo Wants to Create an App for Every TV Show and Movie
Mobovivo has changed its business to create mobile apps that deliver premium content access from pre-production to home entertainment distribution.
Future-Proofing Content: The Key to Maximizing ROI
How can companies that create video content make sure it remains salable for many years to come? By future-proofing it. Read on to learn how to keep your content fresh and your files accessible.
Academic Job Market Growing for Video Professionals
Despite the slow economy, colleges and universities are recognizing that they need specialized professionals for digital and online media production.
MPEG DASH's Future: Unified Format or DASHed Hopes?
MPEG DASH is a hot topic for the online video industry right now, but will it actually lead to a single format future?