April 17, 2017
Online Video News
47% of Online Streamers Rate Rebuffering Most Frustrating Problem
What makes consumers angry? Rebuffering tops the list. A Mux survey shows viewers will only tolerate 3 rebuffering episodes before abandoning a video.
Ramp and MovingImage Team Up to Improve Corporate Intranet Video
With companies streaming more live and on-demand video internally, network strain is putting a crimp on quality. Two enterprise leaders offer a solution.
Brightcove Announces Live Video Platform to Reduce Complexity
Creating live channels, transferring live content to video-on-demand libraries, and monetizing live streams are all goals of the Brightcove Live platform.
How to: Video Quality Optimization
From spatial to temporal to perceptual, optimizing video depends on how it's measured. This how-to guide explores recent advances taking place in video quality.
OTT’s Troubling Trend: Is Anyone Actually Making Money?
With premium content licensing costs through the roof, streaming video and audio services are struggling to become profitable. Run the numbers, Wall Street, because they don't add up.
Video: How the IP-Only Model Democratizes Content Delivery
TourGigs' Casey Charvet discusses the IP-only content delivery model and how it benefits smaller outfits doing large-scale event streams.
DVEO Launches H.264 Tablet Encoder with Built-In Cameras and Error-Free Live Streamin
The TABLET STREAMER™ is designed for mobile live streaming of events by journalists and other professionals who need an ultra-small field unit that is compatible with industry standard receivers.
Ramp and Sherpa Digital Media Announce Acquisition of VideoVerge Business and New Technology Partnership
Agreements Represent Strategic Moves by Both Companies to Strengthen Portfolios and Best Serve the Needs of Customers
MANDT VR and College Football Playoff Deliver All-Access Pass with Exclusive Virtual Reality and 360-Degree Video Content
VR Production Company and College Football Playoff Offer Fans Immersive Video Experiences
Aspera Enters a New Era at NAB 2017 With a Preview of a New Streaming Service and Expansion of SaaS Capabilities
Aspera, an IBM Company, Introduces a Major Expansion in its Aspera Files SaaS including 30 New Features and Seamless Integration with the multi-cloud Aspera Transfer Service
TiVo Introduces Metadata Packages Optimized for Studios, Broadcasters and Networks
Enhanced Metadata Packages Improve the Discovery of Content Catalogs