December 02, 2013
Online Video News
Rockefeller Bill Aims to Stop Online Video Favoritism by ISPs
A recently introduced bill aims to stop ISPs from blocking or slowing video transmissions from competing companies.
Flipped Classroom Model Taking Off, Thanks to Online Video
A new report from Sonic Foundry and the Center for Digital Education shows instructor and student benefits from a video-driven flipped classroom approach to learning
Sling Updates SlingPlayer App for iPad
The revised app includes split-screen viewing, social network support, and live sports stats. A Windows app is in the works.
DirecTV Highlights Hurdles and Flaws of TV Everywhere Access
A Streaming Media West panel on the future of pay TV authentication and access showed exactly how far viewers are from easy steaming.
BBC Talks Resilient Cloud-Based Broadcast System
At Streaming Media West, BBC senior technical architect Stephen Godwin gave an in-depth look at the broadcaster's new Video Factory workflow
Don't Bury Television Yet, Says CNN's Caleb Silver at Streaming Media West
The online video audience continues to grow exponentially, but live events and appointment viewing habits mean traditional TV remains strong, and will continue to be for a long time
New StreamGuys Interactive HTML5 Multimedia Player Breaks Compatibility Barriers
Unique player design solves metadata challenges, simplifies multiscreen advertising for broadcasters, audio publishers across multiple devices
Barix IP Audio Streaming Solutions Help Soma FM Grow Radio Footprint
Multichannel internet broadcaster specifies Barix Exstreamer 500 devices for reliable, cost-efficient and high-quality HD2 broadcasts at radio stations nationwide
Qumu Releases New Version of Video Control Center Video Platform
Video Control Center version 7 makes enterprise video easier for everyone and now is available in Japanese, German and Spanish, in addition to English