January 27, 2016
Online Video News
Streaming Video Is Changing How People Watch Movies: Tremor
When options like Netflix and Amazon Prime put thousands of movies within easy reach, adults visit their local movie theaters less often.
Vidyard Takes $35M in Series C, Focuses on Digital Body Language
By creating solutions that look at second-by-second viewing data, Yidyard is able to create a clearer view of potential customers.
Imagine Communications and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Partner
In an expansion of their existing agreement, Imagine and HPE will offer unified sales and support to customers, while optimizing performance.
Vimeo Announces Program to Fund and Support Female Filmmakers
The Share the Screen initiative will provide crucial funding to female-led projects, and will also help with marketing and distribution.
Leaping Into 2016: What Still Needs to Be Solved in Streaming
Three items for the online video industry's to-do list: Challenges for optimization, latency, and encoding that can be fixed in the short term.
The Return of Multicast: Why it Succeeds in a Live Linear World
Multicast isn't new, but CDNs, operators, and content publishers have finally caught up to the possibilities it offers for increased scale and decreased costs.
The Video Doctor
PCI Compliance: Website Essentials for Processing Credit Cards
Sites that plan to sell video online through credit card payments need to know about payment card industry (PCI) requirements, which can be stringent.
AirTies Announces Hybrid Mesh Software Combining Wi-Fi and Wired Home Networks
Operator devices can become smart Access Points utilizing the best of Wi-Fi, PLC, MoCA and Ethernet for next-generation in-home video distribution and ISP services.
One World Sports Now Available on Go90
ONE World Sports Expands Verizon Agreement to Include HD Programming on Fios and TV Everywhere Authentication
Vimond Takes a Bite from the Big Apple
Opens a NY Office following large scale success in North America
Disruptive New Music Platform StereoCast Launches on Acoustic Tour with Legendary Rock Group Foreigner
New App Will Debut with Help from Charles Koppelman and Zach Bair on February 11