May 20, 2015
Online Video News
Netflix Looks to China for Expansion, Calls Plans Modest
The world's most populous country is an attractive target for Netflix, yet the streamer faces unique hurdles before it can begin offering service.
Verizon Will Acquire AOL for $4.4B, Mobile Video a Central Reason
In a move few saw coming, Verizon will purchase AOL in an all-cash transaction. Attracting mobile viewers and advertisers is a chief reason why.
Music-Streamer Spotify Plans to Add Video, Talks With Partners
The company has been in talks with a variety of high-profile video publishers, and could announce its plans later this month.
Periscope and Live Streaming Apps: Opportunity or Threat?
After the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, many content owners saw mobile live streaming apps as a threat to their business, but the smarter move is to embrace them.
Streaming Media East '15: What Can Replace Flash Video?
Publishers need a universal solution that works on every desktop and mobile platform, doesn't require plug-ins, and includes DRM. In this panel discussion, three companies offer their services.
Streaming Media East '15: Integrating Unified Communications
Creating a unified communications solution for streaming video and videoconferencing is anything but a simple procedure, says Aetna.
Sesame Workshop Launches Sesame Street Go Subscription Service on Roku Streaming Platform
Video Learning Company, Zaption, Announces $1.5 Million in Seed Funding
Infusion of Capital Bolsters Zaption Growth Across Education and Professional Training Markets
Plex Media Server Now Available On WD'S My Cloud NAS Series
Streaming Media Hosting Announces Successful Live broadcast with iHeartMedia to over 500,000 fans.
iHeartMedia entrusted us to Produce, Direct and Broadcast their star-studded red carpet event and main concert stream and we delivered.
Contextual advertising platform Mediabong books $5 million in funding for U.S. expansion