July 13, 2011
Online Video News
H.264 Video Is Dominant for HTML5, Says MeFeedia
Over two-thirds of HTML5 video uses the H.264 codec, notes MeFeedia in a trend analysis.
TubeMogul Debuts Private Exchanges for Online Video
The system gives more control to publishers, and aims to correct problems of scarcity and commoditization.
Telestream Brings Three New Products to Vantage Line
Also, Vantage gets upgraded to 3.0, adds greater format support and new automation features.
Attract Advertisers and an Audience: Blip.tv Explains How
Getting traction for an independent web show is a huge hurdle; Blip.tv explains the one move that delivers both viewers and ads.
Streaming Media East Finds Video Industry on the Upswing
Major deals, talent poaching, and the rise of HTML5 video were all signs that online video is having an interesting year.
Stream Video to Tablets and Smartphones: What You Need to Know
A webinar on streaming live and on-demand video to mobile devices helps publishers plan their strategies.
Fordela Launches Media Platform 4.0, Delivers Cloud-based Audio Mangement
Latest Release Extends to Include Support for Audio Assets
CoolSign Digital Signage Network Helps Rapides Regional Medical Center Inform and Entertain
Haivision Network Video, leading provider of the most advanced video networking, digital signage, and IP video distribution solutions, today announced that Rapides Regional Medical Center has installed a CoolSign-powered digital signage system to deliver
iStreamPlanet Selected by NBC Sports to Provide Managed Services for Live Web Broadcasts of The French Open and the Championships, Wimbledon
iStreamPlanet Chosen by NBC Sports to Manage Live Sporting Events Online