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September 2014

Magazine Features

Bit by Bit, Europe Leads the Way in Data Roaming Charges

A move by the European Union to control data roaming rates could lead to streaming throughput improvements that benefit mobile video.

Bundles Are the Way to Savings, But Operators Can Be Sneaky

There's a simple way for broadband customers to save money on their monthly bills: Take on more services that they'll never use.

With Sesame Go, Sesame Street Finds a Home Online

It's Netflix for nursery school: Sesame Workshop partnered with Kaltura to create a low-priced all-you-can-stream service that engages as it educates.

HEVC: Are We There Yet?

If you've spent any time at NAB or IBC, you'd think that HEVC is ready for prime time. The reality is that, for almost every use case, it's nowhere close.

How to Maximize the Reliability of a Cellular Bonding Solution

Cellmux technology is now an essential part of many video operations, but connections aren't always reliable. Here's how to ensure strong uptime and throughput.

Getting the Most Out of YouTube: 4 Companies Offer Best Practices

If you're publishing video, chances are you're putting at least some of it on YouTube. These four companies offer tips for making sure you're doing it right.

How to Deploy Closed Captions

Whether it's to make your videos accessible to hearing-impaired viewers or to increase SEO, you should be captioning your videos. Here's a look at the tools and services you can use to get started.

MediaPlatform PrimeTime Review: A Sleek Enterprise YouTube

PrimeTime is an attractive Flash-based option with a clutter-free interface and lifecycle management, but it does have its share of rough edges

Editor's Note

How to Win the Piracy War: Offer Premium Content at a Fair Price

The video industry has learned from the music industry's mistakes: Fight online piracy by offering easy access and affordable pricing.

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