November 27, 2019
Online Video News
Live Channels Not Part of Many Households' Streaming Strategies
Streaming video entertainment grows more popular each quarter, but will live channels be a part of it? "Live is dead," declares senior analyst Craig Moffett.
Instagram Takes Aim at TikTok With Reels, Launching in Brazil
Reels looks a lot like TikTok, and invites members to create 15-second music videos they can share with their followers.
The 2019 Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Award Winners
The people have spoken. These are their choices for the best products and services in 28 categories from analytics to webcasting and everything in between.
From Contribution to AR, 5G Is the Future
5G's commercial rollout is faster than expected with video-intense applications including VR and AR lined up for later releases
Streaming Media West 2019 Keynote: Sports Streaming for the Win!
Google and three of its sports partners—WWE, World Surf League, and NASCAR—explained how they're using streaming tech to create direct relationships and compelling experiences.
Streaming Media West 19 Keynote: Amazon Launches Fire TV Blaster
Having a simple voice interface that transcend devices creates a magical experience, Amazon said, and that explains the strategy behind the Fire TV Blaster.
Streaming Analytics Demo: Datazoom
VideoRx CTO Robert Reinhardt demos Datazoom analytics in his Video Engineering Summit presentation at Streaming Media East 2019.
Can AI and Blockchain Help Fight Streaming Piracy?
Synamedia's Christopher Sass, NCTA's Matt Tooley, and Streaming Video Alliance's Jason Thibeault discuss the role emerging technologies can play in streaming content protection in this clip from their panel at Streaming Media East 2019.
Effectv Introduces Two New Creative Offerings to Bring Added Simplicity and Strategic Cohesiveness to Local TV Advertising
Launch of Mnemonic, a Full-Service Creative Agency, Extends Effectv’s Ability to Offer One-Stop Services for the Buying, Planning and Execution of Media Campaigns
Barstool Sports Launches New Streaming Options with OTT TV Channel Powered by MAZ
Barstool’s VOD video content now accessible on Roku, FireTV and AndroidTV with apps developed by content company trusted by major media publishers