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HbbTV 2.0: Could This Standard Become the Future of Television?

The next version of HbbTV is bringing a much more powerful toolset with it, and has the potential to change the current worldwide television landscape.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Nov 2015

The Coming Disruption: Uncapped Mobile Will Be Unstoppable

Online access could look greatly different in the near future. No industry is too big to fail, and that includes today's biggest telecommunications companies.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Nov 2015

Apple Loses Innovation Edge in Video; Now Amazon Takes the Lead

What happened to Apple as an innovator? For truly innovative streaming video hardware and software, look at what Amazon is doing.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Nov 2015

Choosing a Capture Card for Multicamera Live Production

To choose the best capture card for mixing live events with PC-based software, pursue a multi-part analysis. This article teaches shoppers the crucial features to look for.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Nov 2015

The 2015 Streaming Media Europe 101

This year's list features 21 new entrants, highlighting an industry that's not only thriving but growing faster than ever.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Nov 2015

The Influence of Emerging Markets on the AdTech Landscape

Adtech companies should learn from financial trading hubs as they build out global networks
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Nov 2015

If Taylor Swift Doesn’t Like Free Streaming, Then Turn Her Off

Taylor Swift pulled off a publicity stunt when she complained about free music services. Maybe the industry needs a way to stop her from cheapening its technology.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Nov 2015

Review: Libcast, an OVP for Small Business and Higher Education

This French online video platform offers strong customization and is priced right for budget-minded companies. Read on to learn what essential features it lacks.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Nov 2015

Think Streaming 4K Is Years Away? Think Again, Says XI Media

The future of UHD is happening right now. Here's how one production company streamed low-bandwidth 4K live from a South by Southwest music stage.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Nov 2015

How to Keep Enterprise Video Safe and Secure…Most of the Time

The CEO wants company videos shared in-house, but doesn't want trade secrets ending up on YouTube. Here's a primer on video security for the enterprise.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Nov 2015

Welcome to the Broadcasting Revolution, Open to All Creators

The internet is liberating broadcasting, turning anyone with a camera and an online connection into a creator capable of reaching a mass audience.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Nov 2015

Educational Videographers Need to Make Time for Creativity

While the school year is a hectic one for video teams, it's important to carve out a few hours to meet together and think creatively about upcoming projects.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Nov 2015

Authentication Remains a Challenge, and Not Just for Streaming

Broadcast snafus for pay-per-view events show ongoing authentication flaws, but seamless authentication via intelligent request routing might save the day for both broadcast and streaming.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Nov 2015

As YouTube Celebrity Enters the Mainstream, VidCon Grows Up

In 2015, the media finally took notice of VidCon, the wildly successful conference for YouTube creators, fans, and the rest of the online video industry.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Nov 2015

Implementing Real-Time Video Collaboration in the Enterprise

For many companies, the path is clear: understanding, championing, and leveraging video collaboration for more efficient business models.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Nov 2015

Is Flash Undead? What Will it Take to Finally Kill the Beast?

Everybody's using HTML5 and MPEG-DASH these days, right? Not so fast. Reports of Flash's death have been greatly exaggerated.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Nov 2015

Encoding Vendors Jockey For Licensing Post-HEVC

HEVC is barely out of the gate, but the race to achieve better quality and lower bandwidth might soon leave H.265 in the dust, according to speakers at a panel at this year's IBC
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Oct 2015

Sports Viewers Stream Their Teams, Changing the Game for Pay TV

Young sports fans are going to sites like Whistle Sports and Copa90 to catch the action, supporting a new style of sports coverage that invites fans into the conversation.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Oct 2015

Streaming Forum 2016: Call For Speakers Now Open

The Streaming Forum is back in 2016, with a new location and a new focus on live streaming. It will be part of BVE's London Entertainment Week in February.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Oct 2015
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