February 17, 2016
Online Video News
Netflix Integration Not Right for All Pay TV Operators, Says IHS
While some pay TV operators have seen increased customer satisfaction with Netflix integration, others will likely face lower average revenues.
Twitter Rolling Out Video Ads at the Top of Members' Timelines
Will giving premium placement to video ads reverse Twitter's stock decline? The social networking company certainly hopes so.
Gooru Launches in the U.S. Offering Easy Streaming, Monetization
The white label platform wants to help education, media, and enterprise customers share and profit from their live events.
Best Practices for Friction-Free TV Everywhere Authentication
In this strategic session, speakers from Adobe, Comcast, Viacom, and more look at the recommended best practices that the Open Authentication Technology Committee has proposed to achieve friction-free authentication and discuss a set of guidelines that aim to create a seamless user experience.
Live Video Encoding and Transcoding Techniques
In this session, Jan Ozer presents a live video comparison that includes cost, stream redundancy, packaging flexibility, bandwidth requirements, DRM and captioning support, and scalability.
Go Backstage With TourGigs on a Live Video Shoot
In this session, we will review what it takes to pull off a live multi-camera concert film, backhaul a compressed stream from a crazy location, and deliver it at scale to users on multiple screens.
New Vantage Features Automate Captioning & Subtitling, Reduce CDN Costs in Multiscreen Operations & Extend Camera Ingest Support
New Timed Text Flip takes strain out of closed captions and subtitles in intelligent Vantage workflows
Cinemax debuts on Sling TV
Sling TV first live standalone Internet TV service to deliver Cinemax over the top