June 15, 2022
Online Video News
Live Streaming Carbon Cuts Are Working, But There's More to Be Done: Blackbird Report
TV production's carbon output in the UK dropped by more than half in 2021, and though some of that is due to production shutdowns, there are clear signs that industry efforts to become more sustainable are working. Still, there's a long way to go, according to a new report from Blackbird.
NBCUniversal's Three C's of Ad Strategy, Part 1: Consumers and Content
NBCUniversal Senior Director, Ad Innovation Strategy, Advertising and Partnerships William Roberts-Foster discusses how considerations involving consumers and content play into the ever-evolving ad strategies of NBCUniversal and Peacock TV, based on assessments of the "mind states" consumers bring to different types of premium content in this clip from his keynote at Streaming Media East 2022.
PallyCon’s Distributor Watermark now Detects 30 Seconds Video Length for Post Production & Pre-release Workflow
Its latest release supports the traceability of forensic watermarks in video clips as short as 30-seconds duration.
Elecard Webinar “QoS QoE Monitoring Strategies for Sports/eSports Streaming”
Elecard teamed up with Videon and Diantis System House to cover sports and eSports streaming technologies, practices to troubleshoot QoS & QoE issues, HW and latency requirements, UDP/SRT/RIST streaming protocols, delivery networks with video source, tran
Haivision's Ultra-Low Latency Technology Streamlines Philadelphia Eagles' Remote Production Workflows
Offering a compact form factor, high channel density, ease of use, and high-quality, Haivision’s Makito X4 video encoder and decoder pair bring fans closer to the action