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Featured Articles

Case Study: Giant Screen Video at Paris' Parc des Princes

Managing Paris' mythical Parc des Princes stadium's giant screens with NewTek TriCaster
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

Navigating HTML5 Video

A look at key developments that shaped the HTML5 platform, as well as practical and technical resources to help you implement HTML5 Video
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

Live Webcasting Solutions Buyer's Guide

From consumer tools all the way up to broadcast-grade solutions, the choices for webcasting technologies are almost endless.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

2011 Streamticker: Online Video Mergers, Acquisitions, and Investments

2010 proved to be a banner year for companies looking to bolster their strengths or move into new markets.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

Telcos and the State of Content Delivery

The TDN—telecontent delivery network—comes into its own.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

The State of Digital Television (DTV) in Europe

Digital TV transition across Europe is moving along slowly—and that may be a good thing for internet-connected TVs.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

The State of Media and Entertainment Streaming Video

A survey of the current state of streaming media in Europe.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

How to Set Up a Streaming Server, from A to Z

From ABR to Zeri, here's what you need to know to get started with your streaming server.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

Assuring Video Quality

When we're at the point where all encoders work just as well, how do we measure quality? From PSNR to SSIM to ‘golden eyes,' here's a look at how video quality can be assessed.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

Choosing a Streaming Encoding Tool

Our annual test of the leading desktop encoding programs.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

Editor's Note: Embrace the Chaos

Whether you're talking video formats, connected devices, or HTML5 vs. Flash, the world of online video is a mess. And that's a good thing.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Mar 2011

RealNetworks Talks Helix Streaming for Enterprise

Delivering high-quality video in multiple formats and protocols to an enterprise audience is no problem with Helix, RealNetworks explained in a recent webinar.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2011

7 Reasons Why Google Will Launch YouTube Streaming in Europe

Despite Google's denials, there's plenty of reason to believe that the company is indeed planning to launch a YouTube movie and TV streaming service in Europe
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Mar 2011

25 HTML5 Video Resources You Might Have Missed

Here's a list of articles, videos, websites, and conferences that can help you better understand the issues surrounding the HTML5 Video tag, as well as the HTML5 specification in general.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Feb 2011

Securing the Enterprise Against Smartphones

As more and more employees use their smartphones on enterprise networks, security firms are taking a cue from content protection and controlled-access media technologies
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Feb 2011

Live Streaming from a Notebook

Live streaming on a notebook can be the best of all possible worlds, but how powerful a machine do you need, and how do the various live streaming software programs stack up? We look at tools from Adobe, Kulabyte, Microsoft, and Telestream.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Feb 2011

Connected TV Confusion

Brightcove's Eric Elia addresses the fragmentation in the connected TV landscape at Broadcast Video Expo in London
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Feb 2011

Google's WebM to Face Patent Challenge?

Last week, MPEG LA issued a patent pool request, which Google brushed off as "old news"
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Feb 2011

Flash Player 10.2: More Efficient than WebM

The latest version of the Flash Player significantly reduces the CPU resources required for video playback, and beats HTML5-based WebM in most deployments
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Feb 2011
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