April 25, 2011
Online Video News
YouTube Now Transcoding to WebM
The announcement that many saw coming is now official: YouTube is transcoding to WebM, but still supporting H.264.
Dish Network Gains HBO Go and Max Go
Satellite company aims to fight off Netflix encroachment by making first-run movies available for streaming.
OnlineVideo.net Launches Contest: Searches for Great Online Video
Organizations of every kind are encouraged to show off their best online videos and compete for prizes.
Brightcove Drives Free Movie Site Popcornflix.com
The OVP will help the ad-supported movie site expand to set-top boxes and connected TVs.
Adam Carolla: The New King of All Media?
Adam Carolla has conquered TV, radio, publishing, and podcasting. In this exclusive video interview, he shares some of his secrets.
Inside Microsoft’s Cloud-Based Partner Ecosystem
An ambitious offering from Microsoft and several partners brings the full online video workflow to the cloud.
150+ Speakers to Showcase Latest Streaming Media Business Models at Streaming Media East in NYC
New offerings this year include a dedicated HTML5 Track and 'Broadband Device Pavilion' for getting hands-on with the latest devices and content platforms
Haivision's Growth in 2010 Marks Another Record Year
Explosive Growth -- a 51-Percent Compound Annual Growth Rate for the Past Five Years -- Fueled by Success in the Federal, Medical, and Enterprise Markets