July 18, 2016
Online Video News
Maybe Cord-Cutting Isn't Slowing Down After All, Says GfK
In a survey of U.S. households, GfK finds evidence that more people are saying no to cable and satellite, with younger viewers leading the way.
Twitter Will Live Stream Three Bloomberg Daily TV Programs
Continuing its efforts to provide live video, Twitter joins with Bloomberg for financial programming. The platform announced a partnership with CBS earlier in the week.
52% of Colleges and Universities Use a Video Solution: Kaltura
Over half of higher education institutions now have a video solution integrated with their learning management solution, and video use is growing across the board.
Live VR/360° Video Gets Social
NextVR, LiveLikeVR, Greenfish Labs, and others are pushing to make live sports VR/360°viewing more social with avatars, spatial audio, and more
2016 Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards: Make Your Nominations Now
It's time for Streaming Media readers to submit your nominations for the best products and services in 36 categories from cameras to webcasting solutions—including new categories for end-to-end workflow, QoS/QoE, and VR/360° camera.
Why End-to-End QoS and QoE Multiscreen Monitoring Is Essential
Viewer demands are high. To keep streaming customers happy, publishers need to implement a video monitoring workflow that ensures quality at every step.
NewsOn Platform Expands With Launch of Local News Video Browser Experience
Local News Video Clips Are Now Accessible from NewsON.us, Featuring Trending, High-Profile Videos and Categories
Mediamorph’s Studio Connect Selected by Four of the World’s Largest Studios to Streamline the Digital Supply Chain
Studio Connect simplifies title curation, pricing, promotions, metadata enrichment, and publishing to partners
ShareStream Introduces Effortless Upload and Massive-Scale Media Transcoding
ShareStream’s Revamped User Interface for Upload and Enhanced Content-Ingestion Services Included in ShareStream Next, a Major New Release of the ShareStream Video Platform.