May 14, 2014
Online Video News
Content Delivery Summit: Google Talks YouTube Views, Caching
Google continues to build out POPs worldwide to reach more than a billion viewers and handle more than 100 hours of content uploaded per minute
Comcast Content Delivery Summit Keynote: Live Linear Explained
Using its IP video development platform VIPER, Xfinity TV Go offers next-generation products and services for on-demand and live linear content.
Verizon Content Delivery Summit Keynote: Removing Complexity
During his keynote address, Chris Carey showed how the VDMS acquisitions would simplify digital content delivery for its customers.
Anvato to Debut Live Event Solution at Streaming Media East
Anvato Live Cloud offers broadcasters a simple way to stream live events to multiple devices and create highlight clips in the cloud.
The Codecs That Make UHD Video Possible: HEVC Vs. VP9
Which codec delivers better image quality? Which is more compatible? And what about Daala, the spoiler codec currently being developed from scratch?
Forget 4K, Think 4D: Time Could Be a New Wrinkle in Online Video
Science fiction or science fact? 3D video was a bust with consumers, but 4D could add an exciting new dimension to streaming video.
Colleges Need to Teach the Teachers to Produce Quality Video
Technical snafus can disrupt lectures and frustrate instructors. For strong results, colleges and universities need to think about training ahead of time.
Streaming Media Keynote: Twitch Streams Gaming Videos to Millions
Delivering far more concurrent video streams than the Olympics, Twitch is bringing social gaming and easy broadcasting to a global audience.
VBrick Unveils Next Generation Enterprise Video Platform at Streaming Media East
Cloud Architecture of VBrick Rev Delivers Dramatic Performance, Flexibility and Scalability Improvements over Traditional Server-based EVPs
Encoding.com Brings Cloud Media Processing to Broadcasters and IPTV Providers
Encoding.com has released support for advanced broadcast formats on the heels of their integration with Harmonic’s ProMedia Carbon
Televisa Builds Groundbreaking Multiscreen Service on Harmonic ProMedia Suite and MediaGrid Shared Storage System
Harmonic (NASDAQ: HLIT), a worldwide leader in video delivery infrastructure, today announced that Televisa, the largest media company in the Spanish-speaking world, has built a first-of-its-kind large-scale multiscreen service on the Harmonic ProMedia(
Clearleap appoints Joe Oesterling as Chief Operating Officer
Key Hire Brings Seasoned Technology and Operations Experience Amid Rapid Global Expansion