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To Protect and Serve: A DRM Primer

Looking to monetize your content directly through subscription or pay-per-download? Then you need to find the right DRM solution and figure out the best way to deploy it.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2010

Syndicaster Beta Launches Conference Videos Instantly

The new version of Critical Media's Syndicaster targets the conference space, and gets its first public use during a Mark Cuban keynote at the AlwaysOn NYC event in New York City Tuesday morning.
Mon., Feb. 1, by Troy Dreier
Featured News, Posted 01 Feb 2010

Live Streaming of Large Events: Is it Worth It?

Last week's "Hope for Haiti" telethon was streamed to PCs and mobiles, as well as broadcast on dozens of TV channels. But a close look at the numbers reveals both the promise and the potential pitfalls of webcasting large events.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jan 2010

Go-Ahead Imminent for Project Canvas, But 2010 Release Unlikely

While connected TV services from consumer electronics vendors take root, the BBC is reigning back on the original Christmas 2010 target for Canvas's release.
Tues., Jan. 26, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 26 Jan 2010

UK's SeeSaw Set For March Launch

Online UK TV aggregator SeeSaw has set a March launch date and is reportedly close to announcing deals with broadcasters Channel 4 and Five.
Mon., Jan 24, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 24 Jan 2010

CES 2010: Apps Flock To The Connected TV

Samsung, LG, Sharp, and Sony are all pushing their connected TVs, home theaters, and Blu-ray players at this year's CES in Las Vegas.
Fri., Jan. 8, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 08 Jan 2010

CES 2010: Streaming Leads Consumer Electronics Growth

At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, integration and service are the name of the game, with increased emphasis on mobile video and the digital living room.
Thurs., Jan. 7, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 07 Jan 2010

Spicy Ideas: The 15-Year Itch

Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jan 2010

Streams of Thought: When HD Isn’t HD

Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jan 2010

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

Testing YouTube's 1080p HD Offering

On November 12, YouTube announced that "1080p HD Is Coming to YouTube." In this article, I'll describe the type of file you should upload to trigger 1080p encoding, analyze the 1080p files created by YouTube, and detail the other files created by YouTube in addition to the 1080p file.
Wed., Dec. 16, by Jan Ozer
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Dec 2009

Offline Mimics Online: DVR Usage Up

Are frustrations with online "catch-up services" such as the BBC iPlayer, Hulu, and Rogers On Demand Online leading toward greater DVR usage?
Tues., Dec. 1, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 01 Dec 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

An Olympic Feat

Technology vendors—Microsoft, Akamai, iStream Planet, Vertigo, and Inlet—line up to create HD Olympic moments
Tues., Nov. 10, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 10 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

Streaming Media Invades The Living Room (Again)

New initiatives from Sling, Sonic Solutions, Roku, and ioko herald a third wave of home entertainment streaming devices.
Tues., Nov. 3, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 03 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

ATSC Adopts Mobile DTV Standard

The ATSC's Mobile DTV has the potential to seriously impact and disrupt both traditional broadcasting and online video, even beyond mobile devices.
Mon., Oct. 19, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 19 Oct 2009
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