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January 22, 2014

Online Video News

Verizon Buying OnCue TV Unit from Intel

For a price estimated to be between $300 and $500 million, Verizon will gain intellectual property and 350 workers. But will it have better luck than Intel?

Enterprise Video One of the Last Blue Oceans, Says Ustream

Shifting away from free customers, Ustream is embracing a SaaS model and creating tools for enterprise broadcasters.

Fullscreen Acquires Supernova; What Comes Next?

Once a buzzed-about video app company, Viddy became Supernova and is now part of Fullscreen. So what kind of apps will it make now?

Featured Articles

Disney: The Television Will Become the Second Screen

TV vendors are quickly trotting out smart TV interfaces, but Disney says they can't compete with rich and easily updated tablet apps.

Don't Count Amazon Out; Three Reasons Why it Could Beat Netflix

Media outlets have been quick to crown Netflix the king of SVOD, but Adobe says not so fast -- here are three things Amazon has in its favor.

How Measurement and Performance Hold Back Online Advertising

Online video advertising has some serious hurdles to overcome if it's going to attract TV dollars, says one forecasting expert.

MPEG LA Announces Proposed HEVC Licensing Terms

The news is good for content owners and not so good for encoding/decoding vendors, but gives everyone a feel for how the issue will play out.

Industry News

TikiLIVE Offers Adaptive Bitrate Streaming for Video-On-Demand (VOD) for Roku Set-Top Boxes

Media Networks Selects PeerApp to Ensure Quality of Experience for Broadband Subscribers

Media Networks Selects PeerApp to Ensure Quality of Experience for Broadband Subscribers Telefonica Digital B2B Unit Implements Caching Infrastructure for Broadband Service Across Latin America

Blackmagic Design Announces DaVinci Resolve 10.1

VBrick Systems Recognized By Frost & Sullivan as Enterprise Video Webcasting Top Challenger

New Report Cites VBrick’s Commitment to Enterprise and Breadth of Product Line