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Biographical Information
Adrian Pennington


Adrian Pennington is a freelance writer based in London whose articles have appeared in The Financial Times, Broadcast, Futuremedia, and New Media Age, among many others.

Articles By Adrian Pennington

BBC's Project Canvas Finally Gets The Go-Ahead

After months of delay and mounting speculation that VOD venture Project Canvas would be quashed, the BBC is to push ahead with the initiative after being given the nod by its own governing body BBC Trust.
Mon., Dec. 21, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 21 Dec 2009

Flumotion Devises Video-Rich Interface for Cuatro

Spanish commercial broadcaster Cuatro recently launched a live and on-demand WebTV, designed by streaming software company Flumotion.
Fri., Dec. 18, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 18 Dec 2009

Review: Quick.TV

Aiming to breathe new life into the online advertising space, startup Quick.TV has developed a browser-based, off-the-shelf video platform with which it claims users can add interactivity to any video and publish it within minutes.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Nov 2009

Video Advertising Network Smartclip Breaks Into U.S. Market

The German-based interactive video advertising network has set up shop in New York, and already boasts Viacom, Last.fm, and blinkx as clients.
Mon., Nov. 16, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 16 Nov 2009

Facebook First For UK Online Video Use

Facebook is the number one site for video uploading in the UK, and the number two site after YouTube for video viewing. Facebook also ranks at the top in France and Italy.
Fri., Nov. 13, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 13 Nov 2009

Doubts Cast On BBC's $180m Project Canvas

The BBC's highly publicized broadband-to-TV project still hasn't received approval from the broadcaster's governing body, and may never see the light of day.
Thurs., Nov. 5, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 05 Nov 2009

BBC Trust Puts Kibosh on Open iPlayer Federation Plans

Proposals to allow the BBC to share or licence the technology and expertise behind catch-up service iPlayer have been axed as unexpectedly as they were announced in September, but the BBC still plans on international expansion.
Tues., Oct. 27, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 27 Oct 2009

Streaming Media Europe Keynote #1: The Online Video Experience—Viewing Into The Future

Dr. William Cooper of informitv says that, while the internet is still playing catch-up with TV, broadcast will be no more immune from online video than radio was from TV.
Thurs., Oct. 15, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 15 Oct 2009

Streaming Media Europe Keynote #2: Video Advertising: Setting Standards For Success

The spend on online video pre-rolls is up 195% over last year. That's just one bit of the good news Guy Phillipson of the IAB shared about the UK online video ad market in his Streaming Media Europe keynote.
Thurs., Oct. 15, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 15 Oct 2009

Twofour's MEDIAFREEDOM Brings Smooth Streaming to Europe

With a major deal to be announced soon, Twofour Digital's MEDIAFREEDOM will be behind the first major European project to support live DRM for a VOD HD store using Microsoft PlayReady and Smooth Streaming.
Thurs., Oct. 8, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 08 Oct 2009
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