December 13, 2017
Online Video News
NFL and Verizon Expand Live Streaming Agreement Starting in '18
Verizon will stream live NFL games to more destinations, including Yahoo Sports, but will no longer have a mobile exclusive.
Google and Amazon Fight Removes Streaming Access From Echo Show
In a retaliatory move sure to upset viewers, Google is halting YouTube Streaming to Echo Show and Fire TV devices.
YouTube Will Grow Video Moderation Team to Over 10,000 in 2018
The leading video destination was plagued by multiple content scandals this year. Will an increase in moderation assuage advertisers?
How to Choose and Use Objective Video Quality Benchmarks
If you're not using a video quality measurement tool, you're behind the curve. Here's a look at the most popular tools and how they work.
Webinar: Harnessing AI to Unlock the Potential of Your Video
AI, machine learning, and neural networks are no longer the sci-fi dreams of tomorrow. They're here today, and IBM Watson is leading the way. Learn more about how it works in our webinar Thursday, December 14.AI
Video: Choose a Social Media Network That Aligns With Your Streaming Content
Wowza's Tim Dougherty explains the importance of developing and adhering to a sound content strategy when syndicating streaming content to multiple social media platforms.
Video: Will AV1 Eclipse HEVC?
Mozilla's Timothy Terriberry, Brightcove's David Sayed, and Twitch's Tarek Amara debate the future of streaming codecs at Streaming Media West 2017.
The Producer's View
Divideon Creates xvc, an HEVC Codec With Reasonable Pricing
The surprise royalty payments on HEVC have some publishers looking for alternatives. Learn how one company created a better codec price plan.
T Group Productions Acquires Digital House Big Boots Studios, Launches Digital Studio TGM
Nielsen Launches New Performance Testing Solution for Mobile Video
New offering provides clear understanding of network performance impacting consumer experiences with IP-based video delivery