August 01, 2011
Online Video News
AOL Streams to TVs and Set-top Boxes with New App
Available for download on Yahoo, Roku, and Boxee, the app can reach 10 million users.
Fox Erects Pay Wall for New Episodes; Is this the Future?
Online viewers will have to wait eight days to watch Fox shows online, unless they have a paid subscription.
Online and Mobile Ad Networks to Clear $5.64B in 2011: AccuStream
New research report looks at growth prospects for ad networks, and finds that 2011 will be a strong year.
Mobile Video Streaming Is Rising Fast, Says 2011 H1 Report
YouTube is the most visited mobile video destination, with one-fifth of all mobile bandwidth, says Allot.
WebM Patent Fight Ahead for Google?
MPEG LA says that 12 patent holders have stepped forward with patents they believe are essential to the VP8 standard. A patent pool license could be next.
On-prem Vs. Cloud: Choosing the Right Encoding Method
The right approach for your company could be a hybrid model, using cloud encoding when needed, says Sorenson.
Digitas Says Know Your Niche, Ad Buyers
There are plenty of online video celebs that most people haven't heard of. When buying ad space, get to know them.
Telestream Expands Live Webcasting Input Choices with Wirecast 4.1 Release
Wirecast extends input support with integration of LiveU, Teradek, Matrox, Viewcast and Axis; adds Lion support and more
Slacker Radio Chooses YuMe’s Ace for Publishers Platform for Cross-Platform Video Advertising
YuMe Ad Management Solution Enables Leading Digital Music Company to Run Video Advertising Campaigns Across Multiple Devices Seamlessly
Total Webcasting Releases Latest Version of TAM
Total Webcasting has released the latest version of TAM™ with new features and enhancements.