In stark opposition to the subscription-based walled garden of video offered by Verizon and YouTube, Movy.tv will let users pay per play to watch video on their mobile devices.
Mon., Dec. 11, by Mark Fritz
Posted 11 Dec 2006
The big boys are embracing video, and not without warning. But it was the smaller, scrappy players that got them back in the game.
Tues., Dec. 5, by Tim Siglin
Posted 05 Dec 2006
New tools for video encoding and management, as well as cross-platform rich media integration, show renewed commitment to video in Redmond.
Mon., Dec. 4, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Posted 04 Dec 2006
User-Generated Content and the Next Wave of Internet Video
Posted 27 Nov 2006
It's not about multiplatform content. It's about multiplatform stories.
Posted 15 Nov 2006
Consumer-generated video was all the buzz at this year's show, but rather than simply perpetuating the hype, panelists, attendees, and exhibitors all focused on how to monetize it.
Mon., Nov. 6, by Lisa Larson
Posted 06 Nov 2006
Flix Publisher puts processing load on content creator's machine, easing the burden on websites.
Wed., Nov. 1, by Lisa Larson
Posted 01 Nov 2006
Opening the 2006 conference in San Jose, Tuttle spoke about the "Next Wave of Online Video," focusing on the four factors driving the boom in video sharing.
Tues., Oct. 31, by Jose Castillo
Posted 31 Oct 2006
From money-making opportunities and ease of use to poor search functions and a new breed of spam, the user-generated video explosion inspires both adoration and loathing.
Mon., Oct. 30, by Jose Castillo
Posted 30 Oct 2006
YouTube’s deals with Universal and Sony BMG may have been the deal-clincher, as they could help reduce Google’s risk of taking on copyright infringement liability along with the user-video startup.
Tues., Oct. 10, by Tim Siglin
Posted 10 Oct 2006
What's New in Windows Media
Posted 06 Oct 2006
Excessive motion can ruin otherwise terrific video. From codec to camera to edit, this tutorial tells you how to keep it to a minimum
Fri., Oct. 6, by Jan Ozer
Posted 06 Oct 2006
Established players and challengers compete and converge to shape the future of video online. In this article, ESPN new media's former senior manager for international business strategy assesses the landscape and looks to the future.
Mon., Sept. 25, by Tejpaul Bhatia
Posted 25 Sep 2006
All’s quiet on the Flash Video front, at least as far as Adobe’s public statements go. In fact, it was Sorenson Squeeze and newcomer WowzaTV that grabbed much of the attention at the latest Flashforward show.
Posted 19 Sep 2006
Pre-IBC announcements show flurry of activity in HD streaming and broadcasting space
Fri., Sept. 8, by Tim Siglin
Posted 08 Sep 2006
The appearance of UK-based Videojug.com suggests that the appeal of DIY video is growing, but potential investors in such sites would do well to consider three factors before signing the dotted line.
Wed., Aug. 30, by Tim Siglin
Posted 30 Aug 2006
Along with the Scientific Atlanta acquisition, the Arroyo deal positions Cisco to be a major player in the video-on-demand market.
Tues., Aug. 22, by Tim Siglin
Posted 22 Aug 2006
Since it gives Nokia control over encoding, distribution, and devices, it gives the company an end-to-end solution that may free mobile service providers to focus on their core competencies.
Tues., Aug. 15, by Tim Siglin
Posted 15 Aug 2006
Network TV vs. Networked TV
Posted 02 Aug 2006