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Industry Perspectives: The End Of The Industry As We Know It, Or Just The Beginning For TV?

Contrary to what the naysayers claim, TV's future is bright, as long as broadcasters move with the times and respond to what viewers want.
Mon, July 20, by Tom Weiss
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Jul 2009

Introducing A New Feature: Bandwidth Bastards

Bandwidth Bastards is a weekly dialogue published on StreamingMedia.com that takes an irreverent look at web video content—what media is making the most use of the worlds bandwidth pool, who is watching, where they're watching from, and how it got there. This week: The Michael Jackson Memorial.
Thurs., July 9, by Nico McLane
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jul 2009

Video Culture: The Potential Reshaping Of The Online Video Landscape

Content owners, content distribution networks, and real business opportunities are all part of the discussion at the Open Video Conference in New York
Fri., June 19, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 19 Jun 2009

Streaming Media Podcast Episode #30: Nokeena Co-Founder Prabakar Sundarrajan

Tim Siglin sits down with Prabakar Sundarrajan, Co-Founder and CTO of Nokeena Networks, for a wide-ranging interview on the topics of defining "television quality" on the web, adaptive streaming and the difference between quality of service and quality of experience.
Mon., June 15, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jun 2009

Spicy Ideas: Hey, You! Pay Attention!—Three Reasons Why We Ignore Video

Lack of engagement opportunities, information overload, and physiology are some of the factors keeping viewers from focusing on videos.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jun 2009

iPhone Envy Brings Out Innovation

Prior to Apple's WWDC event that kicks off today, the Palm Pre and a doubleTwist are making waves.
Mon., June 8, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 08 Jun 2009

Streaming Media East: Verizon and boxee Want In To Your Living Room

Keynotes from Verizon and boxee pushed forward the concept of getting online video into the living room, though each company takes a radically different approach.
Wed., May 13, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 13 May 2009

Streaming Media East: Day 1 Keynotes Highlight Entertainment and Enterprise Challenges

Akamai CEO Paul Sagan talked about the HD "tipping point" while Bank of America's Gregg Moss addressed issues faced when streaming within enterprise environments.
Tues., May 12, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 12 May 2009

Review: Stream UK Stream Connect

Stream UK Stream Connect is a simplified yet powerful interactive streaming platform that can be managed by the presenter through a series of seven steps.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Apr 2009

So What The Heck is Boxee, Anyway?

It's getting fast uptake and a lot of media buzz, thanks to a high-profile scuffle with Hulu, but just exactly what Boxee does and how to use it isn't obvious.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Mar 2009

Mirada Focuses on Content and Community, Not Platforms

Interactive TV company Mirada hopes to buck the downward advertising trend by focusing on broadcast and mobile content delivery that emphasizes community and building viewer loyalty.
Thurs., Mar. 19, by Jake Ward
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Mar 2009

Closed Captioning for Online Video

As online video grows, many publishers are finding the need to provide the same kind of captioning as broadcast TV. Here's a look at some of the issues and technological solutions in the closed captioning arena.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Mar 2009

Making History One Webcast at a Time

The New York Philharmonic live from North Korea
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2009

Lost in Translation: Going from TV to PC

The challenges of presenting broadcast-quality TV on the PC can never be fully overcome, but an integrated workflow can go a long way to improving video quality.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2009

The H.264 Licensing Labyrinth

Confusion and consternation abound over H.264 licensing terms. Here's a brief overview.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2009

Cue the Strangelove Moment: Media & Entertainment Year in Review

2008 was the year that big media learned to stop worrying and love—or at least accept—online video.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2009

Distributed Social Networks: Promises and Pitfalls

As users attempt to maintain identities and assets, including video, across multiple sites, the W3C held a workshop to address opportunities and challenges offered by distributed social networks.
Fri., Jan. 30, by Tim Siglin and Christine Perey

Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jan 2009

Editor's Note: User-Generated Politics

How the YouTube generation turned the 2008 Presidential election upside-down, and not just for the Obama campaign.
Mon., Jan. 19, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jan 2009

Commentary: Music Industry Lessons Don’t Apply to Video

Piracy doesn't pose the same threat to video content owners as it did to the music industry, and the video industry's historic adaptability makes it likely that it will thrive in the age of online distribution.
Mon., Jan.12, by Sam Vasisht
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2009
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