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Mid- to Long-Form Content Views Grow Across All Screens: Ooyala

In the latest version of its Global Video Index, Ooyala warns about the growing piracy threat for sports publishers offering 4K live video.
Featured News, Posted 06 Dec 2016

YouView Takes Service to the Cloud

YouView claims to be the first large-scale UK broadcaster to embrace the cloud; changes include a redesigned UI and a move from Flash to HTML5
Featured News, Posted 01 Dec 2016

Dailymotion/Peer5 Partnership Is A Big Win for WebRTC

WebRTC and peer-based content delivery allow Dailymotion to offload expensive hardware and bandwidth costs while improving video quality and service. Other streaming media publishers should take note and follow suit.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Nov 2016

Virgin Goes Mobile First With Revamped TiVo and TellyTablet Launch

The Virgin-branded Telly Tablet allows viewers to watch content anywhere in a house; company also introduced revamped Virgin TV Anywhere app and new TiVo-powered V6 box
Featured News, Posted 30 Nov 2016

How to Monetize: AVOD, TVOD, or SVOD?

In quotes from a Streaming Media/Unisphere survey, our readers talk about the biggest monetization opportunities and challenges facing them today and tomorrow
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Nov 2016

What Online Broadcasters Can Learn From Video Game Streamers

Gamers attract viewers by the millions to their live streams. Enterprise could learn a lot about entertaining fans and creating regular, monetizable content.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Nov 2016

Half of Generation Z Uses a Smartphone While Watching TV

A study of online viewing for young people in four countries shows that YouTube is nearly as popular at television, and short videos are the favorite.
Featured News, Posted 17 Nov 2016

Sky Launches Into VR

Sky is committed to seeing VR succeed where 3D failed, and has established the 10-person Sky VR Studio to spearhead innovation and content creation
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Nov 2016

The 2016 Streaming Media Europe 101

Presenting our fifth-annual list of the most important companies in the European online video market. This is one to bookmark.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Nov 2016

2016 Streaming Media Europe Readers' Choice Winners

The votes have been counted and tabulated for 18 categories. Which products and services stood apart from the crowd in 2016? And the winners are…
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Nov 2016

Coming Soon: SIMS and eSIMS in Smart TVs and Set-Top Boxes

The combination of mobile networks' high service velocities and millennials' reluctance to be tied down to fixed-line services means that the next revolution in video delivery will bypass fixed-line broadband altogether.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Nov 2016

VR's Two-Tiered Takeoff

Despite a year of content and production experimentation by studios and broadcasters, poor quality experiences could yet impede VR take-off
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Nov 2016

Measuring Success: The Multiplatform Analytics Challenge

Counting viewers has always been a difficulty for streaming publishers, and today's multiplatform world makes the issue more demanding than ever. The answer is to radically rethink video analytics.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Oct 2016

Nanocosmos' H5Live Player Offers Reduced Latency in Live Streaming

The Berlin-based company developed H5Live in response to customers that requested live end-to-end streaming services including a server environment
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Oct 2016

The 2016 Streaming Media Europe Readers' Choice Awards Finalists

The votes are in and counted, and here are the finalists—the top three vote-getters in each category. Check back for the winners in November.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Oct 2016

France Moves to Tax YouTube, Dailymotion to Pay for Arts Programs

Some of the web's biggest sites escape without paying their share, French politicians believe. The YouTube tax clears its first hurdle.
Featured News, Posted 18 Oct 2016

Netflix, Amazon Double TV Programming, Outspend Most Countries

The largest online networks are moving away from licensed Hollywood movies and toward premium original series, rapidly changing the TV industry.
Featured News, Posted 17 Oct 2016

Unified Remix Combats Ad Blockers

Unified Remix is a software engine that creates a single stream from a playlist created by a call to an ad network, a rule set, or by CMS generation, preventing ad blockers from identifying ad server URLs
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Oct 2016

Nagra: TV Is Now a Connected Play

Company releases findings from its Pay-TV report and introduces TVkey USB device, which enables users to sign up for pay-TV services directly on selected Samsung TVs
Featured News, Posted 10 Sep 2016
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