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December 01, 2014

Online Video News

Aereo Files for Bankruptcy Protection, Plans for Next Stage

The streaming service looks to the courts to help it move past lawsuits and debts, and focus on a new strategy.

Ramp Partners with Wowza on Live Video Service for SharePoint

The first live video solution native to SharePoint lets companies stream events with no IT assistance and little training.

CDN Survey Examines US/UK Business and Personal Viewing Habits

What benefits do our readers see in CDN services? A report sponsored by Akamai and Streaming Media uncovers fragmentation and opportunities.

Featured Articles

The Case for VP9

HEVC might be getting all the attention, but Google's VP9 appears to match H.265 in quality and might play a bigger role in the transition from Flash to HTML5

Elemental Pushes Concept of Software-Defined Video

Elemental co-founder Sam Blackman talks networking and video workflows using off-the-shelf hardware rather than specialized processors

Roku Highlights Best Practices for Set-Top Box Streaming Success

Video on-demand or live linear? New content or repurposed? Roku knows what works in set-top box video, and it's happy to share its experience with partners.

Industry News

Vidible Releases Flashlight, A Solution to Combat Fraud for Video Content Exchange Across Syndication Channels

Inca High-Density Transcoder Powers 260-Channel HD/SD IPTV Service, Cobalt TV From Hamilton Telecommunications

Inca Networks announced today that diversified telecommunications and technology company, Hamilton Telecommunications, has deployed Inca’s IP video reception and MPEG-4 transcoder products to power their new IPTV service dubbed “Cobalt TV”.

Videon's Avia Now Supports Apple TV, Roku and LG Smart TVs

Videon’s Avia Media Player uses LG’s "Connect SDK" to expand its footprint to over 30 million new devices.

VideoBlocks Launches First Stock Video Marketplace Allowing Contributors to Keep 100% of Their Sales