January 29, 2018
Online Video News
Twitter Prepares Snapchat-Like Feature for Easy Video Sharing
While Twitter wants to learn a video lesson from Snapchat, walled garden Snapchat is learning to play nice with Twitter and Facebook.
Training Is the Top Corporate Internal Use for Live Video
Companies are increasing their reliance on live video in-house, and several of the most popular uses involve training workers, finds a Brandlive report.
T-Mobile Closes on Layer3, Won't Bundle Upcoming TV Service
This won't be like every other streaming service, T-Mobile promises. It won't require a T-Mobile Wireless subscription and it will stream over any wired or wireless connection.
Survey: The Impact of Apple's HEVC Adoption
New Unisphere report indicates that OTT services and other video publishers are making the move to HEVC, but are equally interested in AV1
Streaming Forum Preview: Broadcaster Streaming Strategies
Hear speakers from Sky, BT, and CenturyLink discuss their organisations' approaches to OTT technologies, including virtualisation, containerisation, micro services, and encoding, as well as their overarching strategies for reaching multiple devices and audiences.
Video: How to Stream to Multiple Destinations With Switchboard Live
Switchboard Live CEO & Co-founder Rudy Ellis offers a quick how-to on streaming simultaneously to multiple platforms with Switchboard Live and describes how several companies have made it work for them.
Video: How to Boost Cellular Bonding Performance in High-Traffic Areas
ReelSolver's Tim Siglin and BlueFrame's Chris Knowlton discuss the challenges of streaming via cellular bonding in congested cell-traffic areas, and strategies for boosting performance, in this panel discussion from Streaming Media West 2017.
Future in Focus
The Enterprise Embraces Streaming Innovation Behind the Firewall
Microsoft, Kaltura, Brightcove, and others are putting streaming video to use at work, creating cutting-edge features that any viewer would enjoy.
The Alamo’s iconic battleground and stories are being brought to life through an upcoming augmented and virtual reality experience
It’s a groundbreaking union of technology and historical accuracy launching at one of the nation’s most significant landmarks
Nuvyyo Brings New Advanced Recording Features to Table OTA DVRs
Flexible Scheduling and Recording Management Tools Now Available
Brainly Taps Into Video Technology to Enhance and Lead the Future of Learning
Brainly acquires Bask’s video learning platform to accelerate students’ learning paths