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May 11, 2016

Online Video News

Periscope Introduces Changes to Fight Off Facebook Live Video

Automatic video deletions will soon be a thing of the past, and DJI drone owners will be able to stream live from their flights.

Vice Continues Online and TV Expansion, Plans Additional Channels

The youth network now has 4 cable channels in North America and Europe, and plans to launch 20 more by the end of the year.

YouTube Expands Google Preferred to Trending Viral Videos

Brands can now get their messages on the hottest clips of the day, no matter what those clips happen to be, with Google Preferred.

Featured Articles

Open Caching and the Future of Streaming

At the Content Delivery Summit today, Qwilt's Mark Fisher discussed how open caching can increase capacity at reduced cost

CDNs Need to Meet Demand of 38.5B Connected Devices by 2020

In a Content Delivery Summit 2016 opening keynote, Level 3's CTO said that 90 percent of all IP traffic will be video in only a few years.

Fashion Week Los Angeles Gets a Streaming Video Makeover

Streaming Media connected a struggling and unprofitable online operation with an expert in live video event production: Fashion Week LA solved its pain points with a master class in streaming.

SME 2016: Google Shows 5 Trends Revolutionizing the Industry

The past three years have been a time of unrivaled change for video. At Streaming Media East 2016, a Google keynote address explained the keys to driving multiplatform success on Android.

Industry News

Piksel Strengthens Its Artificial Intelligence Machine Learning Expertise for Video Analysis With Lingospot Acquisition

Piksel, a global leader in building successful online video businesses, today announces the acquisition of Lingospot to augment Piksel’s know-how in machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) for video.

IP Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Expected to Reach $61.3 Billion by 2022: Allied Market Research

Internet protocol (IP) video surveillance refers to networked and digitized video monitoring. It is also referred as an advanced version of traditional, closed-circuit CCTV cameras.

Total Webcasting Scores a Big Win with UConn

Total Webcasting™, is a leading provider of Full Service and Self-Service Webcasting and Content Publishing Solutions.

National Geographic Unveils 2016-2017 NewFronts Slate, Including 10 New Digital Short Series, First Instagram Video Series, Cause-Related Social Takeover

Additional Highlights Include National Geographic Channel’s First Digital Short Series Before Mars, Prequel to the Global Television Event MARS; Nat Geo WILD’s First Digital Series, Wild_Life With Bertie Gregory; National Geographic’s First How-To Series,