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February 13, 2017

Online Video News

TouchCast Lets the Enterprise Go Live With Interactive Elements

The company's TouchCast Studio product gets a live video upgrade, offering secure live corporate streaming from an iPad app.

YouTube Expands Live Mobile Streaming, Adds Monetization Feature

Previously only available to select creators, YouTube's mobile live streaming is now an option for anyone with 10,000 subscribers.

Featured Articles

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

Short Cuts

Video: How to Choose a Video Platform in the Post-Flash Era

Viacom's Dan Balis examines the key capabilities and features of current online video players and platforms to help users make informed choices when migrating to a new player after the demise of Flash.

Video: Is 4K Quality Worth the Higher Data Rate?

Twitch Video Systems Engineer Tarek Amara discusses the pros and cons of transitioning to 4K streaming, and underscores the heightened importance of high-quality compression in delivering a successful 4K experience.

Industry News

Bottle Rocket Strengthens Roku Offering for Video Content Providers

Bottle Rocket's AWE platform for TV Everywhere and SVOD help brands of almost any size deliver content on Roku quickly, with a polished user experience, and a high level of control over how their content is presented and promoted.

IRIS.TV Expands to 11 Countries; Video Ad Views Jump 700%

Video Personalization Company Reaches New Heights in 2016

Smallest Screens get the Biggest Play as 58% of Americans Use Smartphones for Watching Digital TV Shows and Movies According to New PayPal Survey

New research showcases spending and consumption trends across digital video and music industries