October 06, 2014
Online Video News
Comcast Expands X1 Cloud DVR Service to Bay Area
Subscribers in eight markets can now stream cloud DVR recordings to any device, or watch live content at home on any device.
AOL Touts Programmatic Advances and Partnerships at Upfront Event
Big data drives ad buys at AOL, where the company debuted a dashboard for programmatic and a metric for linear TV purchasing.
Video Tech Company Dotstudioz Launches Distribution Platform
Targeting creative video professionals, DotstudioPro promises a simple way to distribute and sell videos on a variety of platforms.
H.265: Exploring the Pros, Cons, and Reality of Today's Options
HEVC/H.265 produces much smaller files, but there's a catch. If you want to get those results your encoding times will be much, much longer.
Online Video Must Improve Streaming Quality to Compete With TV
There are seven glaring quality issues that still plague online video. The industry needs to get serious if it hopes to rival television in popularity.
IBC Attendees Move in Unison to the Next Big Thing
Whether they're talking about the cloud, 3D, 4K, or HEVC, IBC vendors and visitors look for the next shiny button to push. But will that advance the industry?
Kaltura, the Leader in Campus Video, Announces its Video Creativity Suite
New suite includes easy to use video tools for capturing, creating, recording, uploading, editing, annotating, segmenting and adding calls to action to video content, all available within Kaltura’s full range of education video products.
AOL to Program Microsoft’s Redesigned MSN Experience with Premium Video and News
Expands Content from Additional AOL Properties for the New MSN on Windows, Android and iOS Devices
MPEG LA Offers HEVC Patent Portfolio License
License for High Efficiency Video Coding Standard with Patents from 23 Enterprises is MPEG LA’s Latest