September 17, 2012
Online Video News
Zeebox Launching in U.S. this Month, Probably with Comcast
The popular U.K. second screen app is definitely coming to the United States this month. Sources say it will partner with Comcast, although the company is keeping mum.
BrightRoll Intros Real-Time Bidding for Mobile Video Ads
Ad buyers can now make real-time decisions for ads on smartphones and tablets, using the BrightRoll Exchange.
Apple Announces Taller, Thinner, Lighter iPhone 5
A wider display promises better movie playback, while battery life, color saturation, screen resolution, and performance are all improved.
OTT in Latin America: Differentiation Is the Main Challenge
Price is a problem, but competition is high. A Streaming Media East session looks at the greatly different video streaming climate in Latin America.
Roku, TiVo, Epix Ask if Internet Television Is Already Broken
Limited programming, Hollywood availability windows, confusing interfaces, search hassles: can internet television be saved?
Apple TV, Roku, WD, Sony, D-Link: Battle of the $99 Set-top Boxes
Which low-cost set-top box is best? Which offers the simplest set-up, most channels, and cleanest interface? Watch this to find out.
Enterprise and educational video innovators to chair new online video conference at Streaming Media West
The new Enterprise Video Conference, with its seven co-chairs, focuses on tested techniques and new breakthroughs in the use of online video in business and education.
Online IPTV Channels Used for Disasters and Emergency Preparedness
Towns, cities, and other governmental agencies are now using online IPTV channels to keep their citizens informed about preparedness and management during natural disasters or other emergencies.
TV Worldwide Internet TV Channel, Maritime TV, Receives Strategic Investment for New Program Development and Expansion
ALCC, Inc., Pension Plan Trust Makes Strategic Investment as Maritime TV Audience Grows Rapidly Through Summer with New Program Production, Industry Event Coverage