February 21, 2018
Online Video News
YouTube TV Adds Turner Channels, Raises Price to $40/Month
At what point does a skinny bundle stop being skinny? YouTube TV now offers over 50 channels, and the price will rise next month.
Go90 Becoming Part of Oath, Focusing on Multi-Platform Delivery
With Oath focused on distribution at scale and building an audience across platforms, a standalone video service just didn't make sense.
Vimeo Goes Social, Announces Distribution Tools for Members
Thanks to new features that let members share live streams or save videos to other platforms, Vimeo feels a little more social and a little less isolated.
AI and Machine Learning Push Video Quality to New Heights
Artificial intelligence and machine learning, along with deep learning and neural networks, are solving OTT challenges from encoding quality to closed captioning.
Seed Money: 6 Ways Streaming Video Plays a Role in Farming
In chores such as cattle wrangling and crop rotation, streaming video is surprisingly important to those working in agribusiness.
Volumetric Capture and Streaming Will Take Us Beyond 360 Video
It's the difference between looking at an image and stepping into it. Volumetric video solves the problems of 360, and has real applications in the enterprise.
Video: How Will Machine Learning Impact the Media Supply Chain?
Google's Leonidas Kantothanassis explores the vast range of applications for machine learning in the media workflow and supply change in this clip from his Content Delivery Summit keynote.
Video: How to Build a DIY CDN
Varnish Software's Reza Naghibi provides a quick tutorial on how to built a private or DIY CDN in this presentation from Content Delivery Summit 2017.
Bulldog DM Announces Turnkey Facebook Live Streaming Suite for Brands, Agencies and Marketers
The live streaming agency will provide best practice services and strategy to help advertisers optimize their Facebook live events and experiences
Tektronix Announces Interoperability with AWS Media Services
Pairing Tektronix Video Quality Solutions with AWS Media Services Supports End-to-End Video Quality Assurance for Pay TV Operators, Broadcasters and OTT Providers Moving to the Cloud