June 03, 2015
Online Video News
Sports Fans in No Hurry to Cut the Cord, Finds Clearleap Survey
Will cable survive now that Sling TV offers ESPN streaming? A survey suggests that sports viewers are happy to stick with what they have.
Google I/O 2015 Brings Chromecast Improvements and HBO Now
Android owners will soon be able to watch HBO programming without a pay TV subscription, and iOS owners can try Cardboard VR.
Rentrak Introduces Rubik, Links Ad Viewing to Product Purchases
The analytics platform lets marketers view the demographic sections that matter to them, combining a simple interface with great complexity.
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.
Unified Streaming selected by maxdome for streaming MPEG-DASH and CENC from PlayReady encrypted content
maxdome, Germany’s most popular online video platform, has selected Unified Streaming for streaming Widevine Modular encrypted MPEG-DASH from PlayReady encrypted content.
JW Insights 2015 Experts Agree: Most Publishers Have Ineffective Approach to Mobile Video
New York City's premier online video technology event featured experts from Google, Verizon, SpotXchange and more