February 29, 2016
Online Video News
Netflix Leads to Decreased DVD Sales for Movies and TV Shows
The debut of Netflix streaming leads to rapid decreases in spending for physical media. The U.S. and U.K. have both seen DVD sales erode.
TVE Finally Finds a Purpose With At-Home Catch-Up Viewing: Adobe
TV Everywhere viewing showed a significant increase in Q4 2015 thanks to the major broadcast networks creating Roku apps.
Adobe Primetime Gains Dynamic Ad Insertion for DASH Video: MWC
Media companies can use stream stitching to reach more viewers while taking advantage of lower CDN costs, Adobe says.
NFL: TV Has Flatlined, Online Is the Future: Streaming Forum 2016
The NFL looks to a post-TV future as it builds a digital portfolio of superior viewing options that will soon be worth over $1 billion per year.
Engineering a TV-Like Streaming Experience: Streaming Forum 2016
ITV's director of broadcast and distribution technology shared the broadcaster's strategy for merging catch-up and live linear TV into a universal consumer experience during the Streaming Forum 2016 keynote address.
Taking IP to the Wire: NewTek's Boss Talks Tough on Transport
Standardizing an industry move to video-over-IP is generating considerable confusion, but NewTek claims its approach is the only one focused on IP's real-world capabilities.
Limelight Networks Helps Dailymotion to Deliver Video As Peak Activity Increases in the Asia Pacific Region
Leading Content Delivery Network (CDN) Selected Based on its High Performance During In-Depth User Testing
Haivision Extends Its Enterprise Video Platform Allowing Multi-Site Organizations to Easily Stream All Hands, Town Hall Meetings and Internal Live Events
Join Haivision for a live webinar to learn how to stream your next all-hands event to all employees, everywhere, from anywhere.
Warner Bros. to Acquire DramaFever, SVOD Service Specializing in Importing Global Programming to U.S.
Acquisition Will Help Studio Build New OTT Capabilities and Further Connect with Audiences