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Featured Articles

Apple's HD Streaming Gamble

Whether Apple delivers from in-house or via CDN, Apple's new approach sets streaming bar high. But yesterday's Apple TV announcement suggested they might not always be able to reach it.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Sep 2010

Industry Perspectives: Why Pay-As-You-Go Internet Pricing Calls for Careful Consideration

ISP's are considering a return to usage-based internet pricing. Here's a look at the pros and cons.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Sep 2010

UK Online TV Measurement Put to the Test

Online ad spend in the UK last year exceeded both TV and print. So now the challenge is how to get accurate measurement of online TV viewing. BARB thinks it has the answer, but others aren't so sure.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Aug 2010

Commentary: Some Data Packets are more Equal Than Others

The debates over net neutrality show a misunderstanding of fundamental characteristics of how traffic moves on the internet.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Aug 2010

Producing H.264 Video

What you need to know to get the most out of the web's most popular codec
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Aug 2010

The Transformation of Transcoding

What was once an easily defined process has become much more complex, as have the solutions that perform it
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Aug 2010

World Television Now Reaches Mobile Devices

New offering let customers reach an audience on the move, and do so with custom mobile apps.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Aug 2010

Commentary: RIAs are the Beta Ground for Browsers

Silverlight and Flash both have a future, but publishers should be considering HTML5 as a way to step away from vendor lock-in and the player and plug-in wars.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2010

WebM vs. H.264: A Closer Look

Google's decision to open source VP8 in the form of WebM was the opening salvo in yet another codec war. We take a look at encoding efficiency, output quality, and CPU horsepower required for playback of both WebM and H.264.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jul 2010

The Impact of OTT on the Walled Garden

With Google TV on the way, broadcasters and service providers alike are debating the value of the gatekeeper vs. the value of unfettered online access via the TV. We asked several industry leaders for their take on the challenge ahead.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jul 2010

Commentary: YouTube Leanback is a Big Step Forward

While large-scale initiatives like Project Canvas and HbbTV will obviously do more, YouTube Leanback is a crucial move towards getting online video to the living room
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jul 2010

CEO Q&A: KIT Digital's Kaleil Isaza Tuzman

KIT Digital's CEO discusses the many acquisitions his company has made in the past 18 months, as well as how they position the company in the online video competitive landscape
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jul 2010

2010 Readers' Choice Awards

We're now accepting nominations for the 2010 European Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards, to be given at this year's Streaming Media Europe in London
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jul 2010

Back to Basics: What Is Open Source Software?

Now that Google has open-sourced VP8 as part of its WebM initiative, the once-esoteric question "What is open source anyway?" takes a highly tactical turn
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jun 2010

DRM: The Big Two

When it comes to digital rights management and content protection, Microsoft PlayReady and Adobe Flash Access aren't the only names in town, but they're the biggest. Here's a look at the latest features in each.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jun 2010

A Look Inside Flash Player 10.1

Adobe promises more stability and better performance for Flash on the Mac, but for now, only Windows gets hardware acceleration
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jun 2010

Google's WebM Strategy: Open-Source Approved or Patent Exposure Minefield?

Google seems more concerned with modifying its WebM FAQ than it is with helping the online video world understand the practical and financial benefits of an open-source competitor to H.264.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jun 2010

Case Study: Streaming with a Bang

When CERN collided the Large Hadron Collider's beams in March 2010, more than 700,000 people watched it live on their computers or mobile devices.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jun 2010

iPad and HTML5 Support: Hype or Reality?

A new survey-based report by StreamingMedia.com's Jan Ozer reveals just how widespread iPad and HTML5 Video support is today, and how prevalent it will be in the next 18 months.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jun 2010
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