May 27, 2015
Online Video News
YouTube Announces 60fps Live Streaming and HTML5 Live Playback
Video gamers can immediately take advantage of the new offering, as well as updated video game streaming software.
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.
BBC Global iPlayer Subscription App Will Close on June 26
The subscription video-on-demand Global iPlayer is shutting down, and the iPlayer is seeing declining usage at home.
Live TV Viewing on the Decline, Reveals Deloitte Survey
Binge viewing, multitasking, and video streaming now define the way Americans get their TV, with younger people leading the way.
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.
Telestream Ships Episode 6.5 Multiformat Encoding Software
Now featuring support for new formats, closed captions, multi-bitrate encoding, and multi-track audio
Text-to-Video Technology Company Wibbitz Launches in the U.S. Market With $8M in Funding and a New Platform for Publishers
Award-Winning Video Technology Enables Publishers to Increase Video Inventory and Monetize Content
Sling TV releases app for Android TV, including Google’s Nexus Player
Sling TV now compatible with all devices on the Android TV platform