February 08, 2017
Online Video News
Haivision Debuts Platform for Live Enterprise Video Streaming
The Haivision Media Platform promises secure low-latency live video from any location, and offers three editions for different needs.
Super Bowl LI Attracts 7M Streaming Viewers, 108M for Broadcast
Fox Sports streamed the Super Bowl without authentication to 7 million viewers, but a fourth quarter app snafu marred a perfect game.
Will Snap IPO Go Boom or Bust? Looks to Raise $3 Billion
The disappearing picture and fun filter company plans to cash in with a valuation of up to $25 billion, but does the still unprofitable Snap have staying power?
Survey: What's Next for OTT?
New survey asks industry members to weigh in on the state of OTT today and share their insights into where they see the market headed in the future
What's Your Video Data Roadmap?
Effectively using the data from each part of the technology stack means better business decisions and happier customers. Here's a quick overview of the data roadmap to guide publishers to making the right decisions.
Telstra OTT Report Explores OTT Monetization Models
Report examines AVOD, SVOD, and TVOD sentiments across the globe, and finds SVOD leading the way in most markets
Video: The Case for Custom Encoding, Part 1: Bitrate
Streaming Learning Center's Jan Ozer makes the case for custom, per-title encoding on the Netflix model, focusing on bitrate issues in part 1 of this 2-part series from his Streaming Media West presentation.
Video: The Case for Custom Encoding, Part 2: Resolution
Streaming Learning Center's Jan Ozer makes the case for custom, per-title encoding on the Netflix model, focusing on resolution issues in part 1 of this 2-part series from his Streaming Media West presentation.
5G TV Could Become Rival to Cable, Satellite and IPTV, Says Strategy Analytics
5G Should Include TV and Video as 'Anchor' Use Case
Fox Sports Broadcast, Digital Innovation Headline Super Bowl LI Tech Initiatives
FOX Sports Adds Virtual Reality Super Bowl Highlights to FOX Sports VR App
New Qwilt Open Edge Cloud Platform to Transform Media Delivery in Service Provider Networks
Massively Distributed Edge Computing, Cloud Management and Open API for Publishers and Commercial CDNs Enables Next Generation Content and Application Delivery for Service Providers