July 25, 2018
Online Video News
BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport Serve 66.8M World Cup Streams
Millions in the U.K. turned to the internet to enjoy the tournament, with the Sweden vs. England match the BBC's most streamed event ever.
Multiplatform Delivery and Remote Production Top List of Concerns
A large-scale survey of Avid-using media professionals identifies the top trends they see at important for the future of media production.
Musical.ly Now Directs Former Live.ly Members to LiveMe App
When the live video app Live.ly shut down last month, users were told Musical.ly would be getting live streaming. Now they're being directed elsewhere.
A Hybrid Approach Guides the Changing Face of On-Prem Encoding
Demand for on-prem encoding is waning, and vendors are responding with innovative hybrid approaches that offer the best of on-prem and the cloud.
Five Tips For Talking About Video with IT
IT departments aren't as resistant to video as they once were, but there's still pushback. Here are five ways to get the conversation started.
The Video Doctor
Developers Pay the Pioneer Tax for WebRTC Live Streaming
There's a cost to being cutting-edge, and for low-latency live video streaming that involves learning WebRTC and accepting limited browser support.
Anevia Announces Launch of Flamingo 4.0 - First Ever TV Head-end Also Available as a Software
Verizon Digital Media Services helps distribute content for principal Grupo Clarín properties
Verizon Digital Media Services’ content delivery network will be used by Grupo Clarín websites including Radio Mitre, CIMECO, Artear, Clarín and TyC Sports
Parks Associates: 30% of Netflix Subscribers in Premium Service Tier