February 15, 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.
Video Will Be 78% of Mobile Data Traffic by 2021, Says Cisco
By the year 2021, more people will have a mobile device than have running water. Live video especially is poised for strong mobile growth.
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: 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: 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.
Magewell Selects Lattice Semiconductor FPGAs to Power New USB Capture Devices
LatticeECP3 and ECP5 FPGAs to be integrated in multiple new Magewell USB 3.0 capture devices launching in 2017, including the USB Capture Plus series unveiled last month
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.
Viaccess-Orca and ContentArmor Partnership Strengthens UHD and 4K Content Protection
ContentArmor Watermarking Technology Has Been Integrated in Viaccess-Orca's Sentinel Family of Content Protection Solutions