June 09, 2014
Online Video News
Adobe Report Shows Rise of TV Everywhere Viewing in iOS Apps
TVE viewing on iOS apps is now more popular than on desktop browsers; TVE is surging on OTT devices and game consoles, as well.
Online Now Tops Print for Sports, Says Kantar Media Report
Looking at 16 world markets, a report finds that sports fans now turn to online sources for sports coverage more than they do print.
Wowza Survey: Viewers Expect High-Quality Video on Any Device
A small survey shows large expectations for multiplatform video, whether that video is viewed in the home, on a mobile device, or in the workplace.
Hulu: 'DASH Is Definitely the Future for Us'
DASH is bringing cost savings to Hulu, and quality of service improvements to its subscribers. No wonder Hulu has plans to bring it to more platforms.
How to Create Interactive HTML5 Video
Turning a basic HTML5 video player into one with enhanced playback features is surprisingly simple. Here's the code to add chapter markers, captions, and more.
MPEG LA's HEVC Licensing Terms Are Flawed, Will Prevent Adoption
There's no reason for Adobe to add HEVC support to Flash, and that keeps HEVC from becoming relevant for general purpose streaming.
Don't Just Compress the Video, Compress the Content
Researchers are creating algorithms that remove non-essential information from a video, allowing viewers to watch it faster than in real-time.
How Be Inspired Films Shoots Conferences the TED Way
TED conferences have set a high-water mark for conference recording, creating guidelines that TEDx events need to follow. It takes planning, but the results are worth it.
PeerApp names Gadi Tamari as new CEO
Current chairman of the board takes on CEO role for Market Leader in Content Caching
Sizmek’s Industry-First Single Tag for All Screens Fuels HLS Responsive Video Formats
Consumers will see sharper video campaign quality and advertisers will enjoy increased performance
Strength Of ObjectVideo Metadata Patent Confirmed By U.S. Patent Office
ObjectVideo's '923 Patent successfully emerges from Patent Office Reexamination; First of two seminal ObjectVideo metadata patents in Reexam to pass review.