June 22, 2011
Online Video News
Akamai to License CDN Software for Carriers and Telcos
As telcos and carriers look to build out their own content delivery solutions, Akamai is developing a Licensed CDN software product to meet the demand
comScore's May Online Video Rankings: YouTube and Vevo Surge
The two online video powerhouses continue to widen their lead; Viacom Digital gains in the rankings
Netflix Users Are Downgrading their Pay TV Services, Says Report
Economic reasons and growing use of online video are cited as the reasons.
MediaPlatform's Webcasting Platform Gets Pay-Per-View Option
Also gains messaging and closed captioning, making the platform attractive to more users.
The 2011 Streaming Media All-Stars
Presenting the fourth-annual Streaming Media All-Stars, the 15 best and the brightest who had the greatest impact on our industry this year.
HTML5 Fact and Fiction: What it Can Do and What's Still Missing
While HTML5 video holds great potential, it has a lot way to go before it's Flash's equal. Separate the truth from the hype with these resources.
Cox Media Group Signs Group-Wide Agreement with LiveU to Provide Live Mobile Uplink Technology
LiveU (www.liveu.tv), the pioneer of portable video-over-cellular backpack solutions, has been selected by Cox Media Group (CMG) to provide its mobile uplink technology to power electronic newsgathering operations. The Company’s newly enhanced technology
WJCT Automates Video Workflow with Telestream Vantage
Broadcast station deploys Vantage to automate and integrate file-based video workflow processes, create intelligent workflows, and remove manual intervention
Discover Video Introduces Live and On-Demand Streaming to Roku
Discover Video, LLC (www.discovervideo.com), a leader in video streaming and conferencing products and solutions, today announced at Infocomm 2011 live and on-demand video streaming delivery to the popular Roku set top box. Discover Video customers may