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September 19, 2018

Online Video News

MediaKind Personalization Suite Offers Custom Ad Placement

Broadcasters moving to IP delivery need to offer targeted ad placement to stay competitive. MediaKind launches a solution.

The Netflix Post Technology Alliance Highlights Tech Partners

With its logo program, Netflix hopes to make the technical side of uploading finished movies a little less confusing for storytellers.

Conviva Brings AI to Diagnostics Reporting With Ecosystem Module

Publishers can set the module to notify outside partners of QoE problems, automating a process now done by technicians and engineers.

Featured Articles

Hulu Talks About the Challenges of Live Video One Year Later

As it built out its live video service, Hulu found a lack of standardization in signal acquisition and metadata use. Now, it's pushing for greater uniformity.

Can Streaming Video Provide a Cure for the Healthcare Crisis?

One trial is using two-way video chat to connect at-risk patients with mental health professionals, and so far the results are encouraging.

Review: Magewell USB Capture HDMI 4K Plus

Video producers, consider making the Magewell USB Capture HDMI 4K Plus video capture dongle for 4K cameras part of any laptop-based webcast workflow.

Viacom Follows Disney's Lead, Bets on Digital Short-Form Video

"If you do the math, it works out your favor," Viacom Digital Studio's Kelly Day tells an IBC audience, all the while praying that Disney's Jeffrey Katzenberg is right about short-form content.

Short Cuts

Video: How Video AI Helps Businesses Interpret Experience Metrics

Citrix Principal Architect Josh Gray explains how video enables higher-acuity metrics analysis in this clip from Streaming Media East 2018.

Industry News

“Quality and interoperability will be key for VR’s future,” says VR Industry Forum

Creating a buoyant marketplace for Virtual Reality (VR) in the future will depend on high-quality and interoperable services, the President of VR Industry Forum (VRIF) has said.

Global Virtual Reality market will be worth US$ 55 Billion by 2024

According to Renub Research Global Virtual Reality market will be worth US$ 55 Billion by 2024, and expected to grow with a staggering CAGR of 44.05% in future.

Streambox Introduces New Capabilities for the Chroma Advanced Encoder/Decoder

Streambox has extended the flexibility and upgradability of software-defined Chroma systems with a number of new features and capabilities.