January 30, 2012
Online Video News
Sundance Comes to YouTube; Tim and Eric Premiere Online
Didn't make it to Park City? YouTube partners with Sundance to put indie titles online.
HTML5 Browser Support Improving, Says LongTail Video Report
In its first State of HTML5 Video report, LongTail tracks browser support and format fragmentation.
Intel Buying Video Codec Software, Patents, from RealNetworks
Real will gain $120 million from the sale of 190 patents, 170 patent applications, and video codec software.
The Changing Mobile Landscape: RIM Struggles, Apple Surges
In the topsy-turvy mobile world, AT&T gives away spectrum after arguing about a spectrum shortage, and RIM makes a drastic change but doesn't see the need for drastic changes.
The Business Case for HTML5 Video
Tablet viewers watch more long-form content, but reaching them requires HTML5 video, says an HTML5 Video Summit presenter.
Online Video Ad Buyers and Sellers Search for Results
Who's buying online video advertising and what metrics are most useful? These and many other topics were discussed at a Streaming Media West panel.
Limelight Networks Teams with Conviva to Offer Industry-Leading Solution for Online Delivery and Performance Insight
Roberts Communications Network first to try enhanced analytics on the Limelight Networks platform
Vaddio Shipping ProductionVIEW HD-SDI MV Camera Control Console with Multiviewer
The ProductionVIEW HD-SDI MV is an all-in-one camera control console with HD-SDI/SDI video switching/mixing, a built-in multiviewer, lower screen graphics and automated control functionality.
Vid.ly Universal Video Platform Reveals Android Gaining on iOS in Mobile Video Wars
Vid.ly Makes HTML5 & Mobile Video Strategy Easy – High-Quality Video Pre-Transcoded into 24 Formats for 6000+ Devices