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October 08, 2012

Online Video News

YouTube Announces Improvements to Content ID System

Designed to prevent unauthorized use of copyrighted material, Content ID get more accurate, gains appeals option.

Windows 8 Brings a More Immersive Video Environment: Microsoft

The launch of Windows 8 is almost here, and the radically different operating system promises new opportunities for video creators and advertisers.

With Playground, Watchitoo Creates a Video Hangout for Businesses

Up to 25 colleagues can meet online and share files, thanks to a new video chat offering from Watchitoo.

Featured Articles

The Streaming Media 100: The One Hundred Companies that Matter Most in Online Video in 2012

Old vets join new kids on the block in our list of the 100 most important companies in online video.

The List of the 100 Companies that Matter Most in Online Video in 2012

Discover our 2012 list of the 100 companies doing the most interesting and innovative work in streaming video. Did your favorites make the list?

How to Live Stream to Any Device from a Single Encoder Stream

A Streaming Media East presentation explains the workflow for live streaming, with an emphasis on the Wowza Media Server.

Smosh: YouTube Gods and Unlikely Online Video Superstars

Smosh is really, really big and the two young men behind it are giants on YouTube, but only for viewers of a certain age.

Industry News

Zeebox Extends Industry Momentum; Forms Strategic Partnership with Viacom

Just days after successful U.S. launch, Zeebox inks significant agreement, further enhancing its industry platform for TV viewing experiences

The Miss Universe Organization Signs Exclusive Deal with T3Media for Licensing and Library Management

Blip to Be the Official Video On-Demand Player for the 3rd Annual Streamy Awards

Online Digital Platform to Stream Awards Show Live on February 17, 2013

TelVue Cloud Services Power Neon Alley, a new Anime Live Programmed Channel

TelVue's CloudCast Hosted Broadcast system is powering a new 24-hour anime channel, delivered to gaming consoles.