Upcoming Industry Conferences
Streaming Forum [28 February - 1 March 2017]
Streaming Media East 2017 [16-17 May 2017]
Live Streaming Summit [16-17 May 2017]
Streaming Media West 2016 [2-3 November 2017]
Live Streaming Summit [2-3 November 2017]
Past Conferences

Featured Articles

Streaming Forum Preview: The Second Screen—More Important than the First?

Tim Siglin will present the findings of a survey he conducted with Piksel and Unisphere Media, one that reveals some surprising results when it comes to people in our own industry feel about second-screen apps, and what those results might bode for the future.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jun 2014

Streaming Forum Keynote Preview: Multiscreen BT Sport Delivery—One Year On

BT's Jérôme Tassel will share a look behind the scenes at the launch of BT Sport as well as the launch of YouView and the evolution of BT's TV services in the 2014 Streaming Forum opening keynote
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jun 2014

Streaming Forum Preview: Building a Scalable Live Event Workflow

Haven't yet made the leap to cloud encoding for live events? This session at Streaming Forum will explore costs, technical challenges and solutions, and realistic SLAs to help you make the switch.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 May 2014

Streaming Forum Preview: Media Servers—Who Needs Them?

With the advent of HTTP-based delivery, do you really need a media server? Panelists at this year's Streaming Forum will discuss the benefits that dedicated media servers offer.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 May 2014

Streaming Forum Keynote Preview: Norway's Multiscreen Olympics

In a country obsessed with skiing, failure was not an option when TV 2 Sumo delivered its first multiscreen Olympics. Kristian Bruarøy will offer a behind-the-screen look at how Norwegian broadcaster TV 2's OTT service overcame technical challenges and public doubts for the Sochi games.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 May 2014

Enough with Desktop and Mobile: Let's Virtualise the Operator

What if Apple and Google joined forces for their greatest accomplishment yet: Creating robotic workers with all the flaws of the real things.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 May 2014

Colleges Need to Teach the Teachers to Produce Quality Video

Technical snafus can disrupt lectures and frustrate instructors. For strong results, colleges and universities need to think about training ahead of time.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 May 2014

Streaming Forum Preview: Next Generation Content Delivery Architectures

Think that HTTP distribution is the end of the road for content delivery networks? Think again. This panel at Streaming Forum will explore how content delivery is changing, right down to the network infrastructure.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 May 2014

Streaming Forum Preview: Is HD the Real End of the Line for Quality?

As device manufacturers push 4K and content producers move into 8K, this panel discussion will take a step back and evaluate when quality is "good enough," and what the implications are for both the online video industry and consumers.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 May 2014

What Your Video Strategy Can Learn From a Taco Truck

Keep your online video menu as limited as a food truck's menu, and as tasty as a side of rice and beans. And remember: Location is everything!
Featured Articles, Posted 27 May 2014

Review: Panopto Lecture Capture and Webcasting System

This software-as-a-service solution lets companies and educators create libraries of on-demand content, or stream live to employees or students. We find it well-conceived, but difficult with longer files.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 May 2014

The Codecs That Make UHD Video Possible: HEVC Vs. VP9

Which codec delivers better image quality? Which is more compatible? And what about Daala, the spoiler codec currently being developed from scratch?
Featured Articles, Posted 27 May 2014

An Image Consultant Gives Fashion Advice to Google Glass

If Google isn't careful, Glass could turn into the next Segway: Massively hyped technology that makes the user look like a dork.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 May 2014

Forget 4K, Think 4D: Time Could Be a New Wrinkle in Online Video

Science fiction or science fact? 3D video was a bust with consumers, but 4D could add an exciting new dimension to streaming video.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 May 2014

Comment: Is Fire TV Really Just Home Shopping Network in a Box?

As a connected device for viewing content, the Fire TV is nothing special—at least not yet. But as a way to get you to buy more stuff from Amazon, it could be the ultimate Trojan horse.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 May 2014

Choosing a Video Player: Features and Specs for the Top Five

We examine off-the-shelf video players MediaElement.js, Video.js, jPlayer, Flowplayer, and JW Player to show which of these five favorites is the best for any situation.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 May 2014

How to Produce High-Quality H.264 Video Files

It's time for an H.264 tune-up. Lean how choose the right encoding tool and optimize H.264 encodes for ideal quality and device compatibility.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 May 2014

Streaming Forum Preview: Choosing a Live Encoder

The product categories and workflows for live encoding have exploded in number and complexity. This session at Streaming Forum will help you make sense of it all, and put you on the path to deciding what live encoders work best for your productions.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 May 2014

Streaming Forum Preview: The Building Blocks for OTT Success

Which countries are leading the way in OTT, which are lagging behind, and what can we learn from the successes and failures? Streaming Forum session will present case studies and point the way forward.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 May 2014
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