June 21, 2017
Online Video News
Vice Takes $450M in Funding, Plans Massive Millennial Library
The millennial media company isn't known for scripted content, but that could change with the debut of Vice Studios. Is an IPO in the near future?
YouTube Details 4 Steps for Reducing Extremist Videos on Platform
Remove, flag, bury, and retarget: When it comes to taking extremist and hateful speech from its network, YouTube shows it has plenty of options.
Conviva Takes $40M in Funding, Plans Product and Sales Expansions
Artificial intelligence will play a key role in the company's future success, Conviva believes, helping it stand apart from its competition.
Blackest Blacks: Ten Things to Know About Producing HDR
Shake your viewers all night long with the best-looking high dynamic range video imaginable. For those about to color grade, we salute you.
Netflix Talks Dolby Vision and HDR10
Netflix shares its secrets for encoding Dolby Vision and HDR10, as well as the technical requirements for shooting and editing Netflix video titles
Deluxe's Martin Zeichner on HDR
Deluxe Encore Post colorist Martin Zeichner discusses the differences between Dolby Vision and HDR10
AOL Builds a Live TV Studio in the Heart of Greenwich Village
The AOL Build Studio isn't just the home of the company's popular online chat show—it's a multiplatform celebrity-driven content-generating machine.
Getting Ready for Video Over 5G: How Should the Industry Prepare?
With operators at risk of a ‘build it and they will come' approach, can a converged video contribution and delivery network monetize 5G?
Video: How Would an End to Net Neutrality Impact Latency?
Reel Solver's Tim Siglin, Rainbow Broadband's Russ Ham, and Verizon's Daniel Sanders discuss how attacks on Net Neutrality would impact video delivery in general and latency in particular.
Video: How to Engage Users and Merchandise Your Content
Hulu CTO Tian Lim discusses the challenges of monetizing and merchandising content while working within the restrictions of current content licensing parameters and not inserting too many ads.
Is Apple Giving Up on Live TV and a Skinny Bundle Offering?
There may be peace in our time between Amazon and Apple. While that's good news for home streamers, it suggests Apple is no longer interested in creating a skinny bundle.
Streaming for Good: Online Video Companies Are Feeling Charitable
Many companies in the online video industry put their money and their employees to good use, actively supporting causes they care about. Here's an overview of how they give back.
Streams of Thought
A King’s Ransom: Why Do OTT Subscription Costs Keep Rising?
The subscription video market is getting crowded, so why aren't prices declining? To understand that, first understand which actors are driving the market.
Cedexis Announces Integration with NGINX Plus for Cloud Application Delivery Optimization
Combining industry leading local and global load balancing solutions ensures peak application availability and low latency performance
Professional Facebook Live Shows Now Made Easier With BeLive.tv
BeLive.tv, the platform for Facebook Live, launch their premium product today, making it possible for anyone to host a highly interactive and customised live stream without the need for expensive and complex technology.
FuboTV Closes $55 Million Series C Round
Fundraising to Enable Sports-First, Live Streaming TV Service to Invest in Additional Content, Engineering Talent and Expanded Marketing Efforts
Monstercat and Pluto TV Launch Platform’s First Electronic Music TV Channel
Harmonic Expands Cloud Capabilities With Advanced Media Management and Scheduling Technologies
Technology Purchase From Chyro Transforms Video Workflows, Unifying Broadcast Affiliate Operations