November 14, 2011
Online Video News
B&N Nook Tablet to Gain Netflix
Upcoming tablet to offer Netflix access built-in; Nook Color owners to benefit as well.
Disney and YouTube Partner for Video Content and Distribution
Disney needs online revenue, while YouTube needs big studio legitimacy.
Adobe to Discontinue Development of Flash Player on Mobile Devices
Surprising the industry, Adobe has thrown in the towel on the Flash Player web browser plug-in for mobile devices. Read Jan Ozer's commentary on what this means for the future of Web development.
Flash Into (Not so) Thin AIR
Adobe Flash Player for Mobile's demise doesn't mean Flash on mobile is dead, but the transition to AIR brings its own challenges
Comcast Keynote Looks to the Future of Connected TV
Viewers will gain greater connected viewing and social viewing options, plus ways to manage infinite choices.
The 2011 Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards Winners
Announced earlier today at Streaming Media West, here are the winners in our annual Readers' Choice Awards—the only awards program in the online video industry where the end users vote for the products, services, and companies that they feel are the market leaders
MPEG DASH: The File Format of the Future?
A common file format for HTTP video delivery might be just around the corner, according to panelists at Streaming Media West
Streambox Releases World's First Low-Latency Full HD 3D 4:2:2 Encoder at Inter BEE, Tokyo
Integrated Professional Full 3D HD Encoder Delivers High Quality Video Over IP-based networks.
Digital Rapids Encoding and Transcoding Solutions Power Multi-Screen Initiatives for Turner Broadcasting System
Leading content provider and programmer uses Digital Rapids Transcode Manager and StreamZHD to transform video for multiple viewing platforms.
FotoKem Selects BuyDRM To Deploy KeyOS Platform For Digital Screeners, Dailies And Remote Review
KeyOS Smooth DRM Service to enable the near instant delivery of high-value secure content