January 14, 2015
Online Video News
Facebook Acquires Video Encoder QuickFire for Undisclosed Amount
QuickFire technology will let Facebook create smaller file sizes while maintaining video quality, improving the mobile experience.
CES Report: Veygo Plans Personalization Engine for OTT Services
With Veygo, customers can launch Netflix-like SVOD services without massive upfront development costs. Soon, Veygo will do even more.
NeuLion Acquires DivX, Creates a Full Online Video Solution
While the two companies might seem an odd fit, their strengths in OTT sports, entertainment, and 4K video are perfectly complementary, they say.
NFL Now: 15 Seconds Is the Sweet Spot for Online Video Ads
How do content owners earn the most from their videos without driving viewers away? NFL Now's VP shares what he learned in the service's freshman year.
The Challenge for Next-Generation Enterprise Video Platforms
Are video platforms geared toward the enterprise more than just repackaged entertainment platforms? Here's how to make a choice.
Tutorial: Capture and Stream Presentations with Epiphan Pearl
Epiphan Pearl is a small, dual-input, touchscreen-driven video recording and streaming device for lecture or presentation capture. This tutorial details how to stream and capture live presentations with Pearl.
CES Report: Verizon Sees 2015 as an Inflection Point for Video
Broadcasters are more comfortable with IP-delivery and viewers crave new, flexible options. 2015 is the year of online video experimentation.
Streaming Devices Poised to Dominate Viewing Preferences as Seven in 10 TV Viewers Stream Programing
Second NATPE||Content First and Consumer Electronics Association Content Delivery Study Shows Live TV Decline, Rise of Multi-Screen Viewing
Quickplay and Comigo Partner to Deliver Enhanced Social and Interactive Viewing Experience for Next-Generation TV Services
Integrated Solution Enables Operators to Increase Viewer Engagement and Fuel New Revenue Opportunities
4K Studios uses Blackmagic Design Ultra HD workflow to deliver 4K streaming media
Blackmagic Design today announced that San Francisco based 4K Studios is using a Blackmagic Production Camera 4K, ATEM Production Studio 4K and DaVinci Resolve, as well as a number of additional Blackmagic Design products, to help support its 4K workflow.