August 22, 2012
Online Video News
Connected TV Is Strong for Streaming Video Ads Says YuMe Survey
Since the connected TV space is still uncluttered with ads, viewers are more likely to pay attention to and remember advertisements.
Limelight Adds Opscode Automation to Video Platform
Automation solution lets customers scale resources up or down with one command to better meet viewer demand.
Adap.tv Uses Nielsen Data in Unified Ad Buying Tool
Buyers can unify online spending with TV spending by targeting online ads to Nielsen TV audience segments.
When Will H.265 HEVC Arrive and What Will it Mean for MPEG DASH?
The latest draft of the high-efficiency video coding codec appears to point to early 2013 for the final specification.
HuffPost Live: Will it Succeed?
Huffington Post launched its live video service to much fanfare last week, but will it have staying power? We ask streaming producers and analysts for their take.
Video Pros Offers Tips for Making a Living on YouTube
Experts from both behind and in front of the camera shared money-making tips at the Streaming Media East conference.
LiveU and NewTek Collaborate to Offer Integrated Live Video Streaming & Production
Live studio demonstration at IBC 2012, in partnership with The Next Web
Wowza Software Powers First Live Public Trial of MPEG-DASH During the London Games
Streaming Origins for World's First Live Demonstration of New Streaming Standard Provided by Wowza Media Server Software
Rdio increases catalog to over 18 million songs; adds new partners TuneCore and CD Baby
Partnerships with top independent music aggregators connect over a quarter-million artists to fans in 13 countries