Streaming Media Magazine:
As Streaming Media magazine expands into Europe, its editor and publisher look back at its past an forward to its future.
After more than a decade of fits and starts, the content delivery market in the U.K. and Europe is poised for major growth.
Four high-profile keynote speakers—from the BBC, Vodafone, MTV, and Dailymotion—lead the way as Streaming Media Europe moves forward.
WIth Microsoft's announcement that it's adding H.264 playback to Silverlight, some would argue that H.264 has emerged triumphant in the codec wars. So what does that mean for the future of online video?
Tues., Sept. 9, by Tim Siglin
Flash video has achieved widespread popularity, but how well can it handle live streaming?
An examination of the issues that will make or break online video as it attempts to adapt to increasingly difficult viewer demands
Three ways in which the broadcast industry will impact the new media market
With the help of Media Publisher, Envivio, Stratacache, and IBM Services, the Danish bank offers customers a dazzling video experience in addition to more traditional financial services.
These days, most learning institutions take the necessity of investing in their websites seriously. But when it comes to digital media, I feel like it’s 1998 all over again.
If you're not using Flash Video, chances are you soon will be. Here's an overview of what Flash Video is, what it can and cannot do, and why you'd want to choose it over other formats.
Tips, tricks, and best practices for getting the most out of WMV webcasts.
With Squeeze 5, Sorenson took baby steps in some critical new directions. Unfortunately, unless it's your child, baby steps are seldom graceful or particularly effective, and that's the case here.
Another winning real-time encoder from Inlet
With potential to upend the economics around and ultimately enable high-quality video delivery, P2P holds such promise that if you don’t already have a P2P strategy, rest assured your competition does.
Producing video content for wireless networks can be as complicated as delivering it successfully. To make video work effectively, we need a new understanding of production processes, driven by the realities of the wireless delivery channel.