In Episode 3, Tim Siglin and Jose Castillo talk with Sling Media's Brian Jaquet.
Fri., Nov. 2
Posted 02 Nov 2007
In addition to answering criticisms that the iPlayer was Windows-only, the BBC service adds streaming video and H.264, bringing it into line with European broadcast standards.
Mon., Oct 15, by Tim Siglin
Posted 15 Oct 2007
The satellite company’s strategy came into clearer focus at the HomePlug Powerline Technology Alliance, where an EchoStar spokesperson outlined how set-top boxes from recently acquired Sling Media might move content around the home.
Thurs., Oct. 11, by Tim Siglin
Posted 11 Oct 2007
IBC 2006 was heavy on high-definition hype.
Posted 05 Oct 2007
The newspaper as we once knew it is no more. A whole new world of
Posted 05 Oct 2007
Like so many other albums, Bruce Springsteen's Magic "leaked" almost a month before its release date, to the chagrin of the record label and the delight of fans. But as people download more content in solitude, either legally or illegally, are we losing out on something more important?
Tues., Oct. 2, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Posted 04 Oct 2007
It's not the full-blown version--it doesn't support H.264, for instance--but Adobe announced the availability of its long-awaited media player at Adobe MAX 2007 in Chicago.
Mon., Oct. 1, by Tim Siglin
Posted 01 Oct 2007
Origin Digital’s Odaptor platform serves as underlying technology for Second Life's new, improved video capabilities.
Tues., Sept. 18, by Tim Siglin
Posted 18 Sep 2007
Whether you’re a traditional broadcaster, a cable giant, or just a video podcaster, something new is waiting for you at this year’s IBC in Amsterdam.
Mon., Sept. 10, by Tim Siglin
Posted 10 Sep 2007
The handset manufacturer’s Ovi music portal leverages last year’s Loudeye acquisition to launch music and entertainment ecosystem in Europe and Asia.
Thurs., Aug. 30, by Tim Siglin
Posted 30 Aug 2007
Notice that your network transfer rate goes down when listening to audio or watching video in Vista? The bad news is you're not alone; the good news is that Microsoft says it's working on a fix.
Wed., Aug. 29, by Tim Siglin
Posted 29 Aug 2007
Web 2.0 has become much more than just the latest corporate buzzword. So let’s separate fact from fiction and find genuine business-changing ideas in this mashup of online video, social networking, revenue generation, and user-generated content.
Tues., Aug. 14, by Jose Castillo
Posted 14 Aug 2007
With a downloadable client, electronic programme guide, and peer-to-peer delivery, BBC’s new online video initiative could be a harbinger of things to come in the attempt by traditional broadcasters to get viewers to watch television programmes online.
Tues., 17 July, by Jake Ward
Posted 17 Jul 2007
The popular peer-to-peer file sharing platform claims it has more than 8 million users. It’s now pursuing content publishers to reach that installed base with its Pando Publisher streaming service.
Mon., June 25, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Posted 25 Jun 2007
New version of Serious Magic’s flagship product adds multicamera preview and seamless Flash Video output at a reduced price.Mon., June 25, by Tim Siglin
Posted 25 Jun 2007
Akamai's internet monitoring tool shows both the big picture-the ebb and flow of net traffic in general-as well as a close-up on media content usage.
Tues., June 12, by Tim Siglin
Posted 12 Jun 2007
Any business built around podcasts and videoblogs has to start with the fundamentals: Compelling content that can be exchanged with an audience for their attention. Still, the past two years have taught us many lessons about how we can turn that exchange into a successful business model.
Wed., May 23, by Damien Stolarz
Posted 22 May 2007
The final panel of the show—which topped 3,400 registered attendees, a 25% increase over 2006—focused on one of the most contentious issues facing the media and entertainment sector: Just what kind of advertising works best?
Thurs., May 17, by Tim Siglin
Posted 17 May 2007
Keynote by The Grey Lady’s Martin Nisenholtz reiterates Times is in the journalism business, and video is now part of that business, even for publications with roots in print.
Wed., May 16, by Tim Siglin
Posted 16 May 2007