April 22, 2015
Online Video News
IAB Report Documents How U.S. Television Viewing Is Changing
Viewers are streaming more video than they did a year ago, often using a second screen to get more information about the program.
Crackle Introduces Always On Playback, Powered by Adobe Primetime
The lean-forward online video experience gets the lean-back treatment: Crackle programming will begin playing automatically on launch.
Akamai Incorporates Adobe Primetime Server-Side Ad Insertion
The collaboration pairs Akamai's scale with Adobe's ad technology, and should launch commercially in Q3.
Streaming Media East: Plex Keynote Will Highlight Media Access
Plex solves the problem of home movies and music libraries locked away on computer hard drives. Watch the keynote to learn what's coming next.
NAB 2015: How Sports and Gaming are Driving Live Streaming
Millennials watching eSports, travelers watching their favorite teams on the road, and sports fans who can't get the content they want anywhere else are driving 82% of live online video ad views, and publishers and advertisers are reaping the benefits.
StreamingMedia.com Presents the Best Products of NAB 2015
Announcing the six standout products from the thousands of new offerings at the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters conference.
Rovi to Power Dish's Voice-Based TV Interface
Rovi’s Natural-Language Spoken-Voice Interfaces, Supporting Two-way Dialogue Between Users and Their TVs, to Debut at DISH
Kaltura ‘cracks the code’ for reliable HLS video streaming on Android devices
First to market with dedicated open source Android HLS (HTTP Live Streaming) library
Ooyala Enables Fast, Simple Video Syndication to Amazon Fire TV for Premium Video Providers