June 01, 2011
Online Video News
Wowza Denies Adobe's Allegations of Patent Infringement
Wowza calls Adobe's claims of patent infringement, unfair competition, and false advertising "unfounded and spurious" in a response filed yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
Multimedia Research Group Adds Rankings to IPTV Market Report
RankTracker system monitors over 100 IPTV vendors, offering regional and global rankings.
Video Search Engine Blinkx Debuts Roku App
Free app offers video search, as well as four editorially-chosen content channels.
Video CDN Market to Grow to More Than $1 Billion in 2012
While video traffic continues to grow, prices will keep on dropping, keeping the annual compound growth rate for the video CDN market to between 40-45% for the next two years.
Wall Street Journal Embraces Live Video
The Wall Street Journal finds value in both the audience generated by live streaming and the processof putting together two daily online-only video newscasts
Build Vs. Buy: The CDN Dilemma
Does it make sense for companies to build their own CDNs or outsource? One Content Delivery Summit panel looked at the costs and risks for each option.
25 Flash Video Resources You Might Have Missed
Presenting a list of 25 articles, how-tos, websites, videos, conferences, and email lists that will help you and your company get more out of your Flash video efforts.
Tennis Channel Selects Octoshape and B2 Broadcasting to Live Stream 2011 French Open
Octoshape and B2 Broadcasting today have been chosen by Tennis Channel as the exclusive provider of video streaming services for the prestigious multi-venue and multi-week 110th French Open.
AEG Digital Media and Akamai Have Landmark Month in Online Video Streaming
AEG Digital Media and Akamai collaborate to deliver ultimate viewing experiences to fans around the world
Webcast: Embracing Video for Knowledge Management and Acquisition
Technology strategist and Listening to the Future author Daniel W. Rasmus will present a free webinar on June 1 (sponsored by MediaPlatform) to discuss the potential for online video to serve as the all-important medium for this transfer of knowledge and