September 25, 2019
Online Video News
Vidyard Introduces Free Plan for Limited Business Hosting
Business video platform Vidyard introduces no- and low-cost Free and Pro plans, designed to ease businesses into online video without a large financial commitment.
Vimeo Creates a Job Marketplace to Help Companies Tap Top Talent
Rather than relying on word-of-mouth, Vimeo members have a new way of finding paying gigs. Best of all, Vimeo doesn't want a cut.
YouTube Announces AI-Driven Video Reach Campaigns at Advertising Week
Advertising Week starts today in New York City, and YouTube has a message for all those attending: Let artificial intelligence make your job simpler.
Hulu Says Creativity and Engagement Will Win the Next Era of TV
The current environment offers an opportunity to rethink advertising: Innovative storytelling from brands and agencies will keep viewers engaged.
Achieving Zero Latency for Video and Audio Is a Zero-Sum Game
In the AV world, zero-frame latency isn't just a pipe dream—it's a requirement. Here's why the streaming industry would do well to pay attention.
Imminent Privacy Regs Force Brands to Get Serious About Data
The California Consumer Privacy Act will go into effect in a few short months, requiring a whole new approach in how companies collect and transact personal data.
How Do You Fight Streaming Piracy in a Free Content Culture?
Synamedia Head of Technical Sales Christopher Sass discusses the challenges of content protection in a culture that regards streaming content as free in this clip from a panel at Streaming Media East 2019.
Why Does SCTE 35 Matter in SSAI?
Reality Software's Nadine Krefetz, Sinclair's Jason Justman, and fuboTV's Geir Magnusson discuss the importance of SCTE 35 to server-side ad insertion in this clip from their panel at OTT Leadership Summit at Streaming Media East 2019.
Ban the Binge! Netflix Makes the Right Move With Weekly Episodes
Whatever happened to the water cooler? Even though some viewers are howling in protest on Twitter, Netflix is making a smart choice by releasing new episodes weekly.
Has IBC Survived Its Identity Crisis?
The traditional broadcast world of "big iron" is shrinking, and the new OTT kids on the block are looking at commodity IT and cloud workflows. How will the biggest industry show outside of NAB keep up?
Combining the Power of Video and Client Testimonials: VSP Makes it Easy to Capitalize on Both
V-Nova and Metaliquid partner to deliver accelerated AI-driven media indexing solution
• Solution enables more than 3x faster object detection and recognition performance while preserving accuracy using V-Nova’s PPro technology and Metaliquid’s video content analysis
• Strategic Partnership between V-Nova and Metaliquid to develop and depl
Protected Media launches OTT/CTV supply side ad-verification platform to stamp out ad-fraud
In a market first, TV manufacturers, OTT TV channels and TV advertising platforms can now provide demand partners with fraud-free digital CTV ad marketplaces.