Streaming Media Magazine: Summer 2011
As the Streaming Media Dream Team enters its third year, we find ourselves honouring more and more new faces while still finding that there are plenty of names from online video's "old guard" that deserve recognition.
Curation is no longer the realm of academia, museums, and galleries. We're all curators now.
From Tunisia to Egypt to the rest of the Middle East, social media and online video are emerging as powerful tools for revolution
Pundits have pounced on Google for dropping H.264 support in favor of WebM in the Chrome browser. But what if an all-H.264 world isn't all it's cracked up to be?
Schools that provide a seamless, video-rich e-portfolio are giving their students a leg up in advancing to colleges and the job market
Tools from Accordent, Adobe, Brainshark, HP, Market7, Mixmoov, VUELIVE, and Watchitoo each offer a different take on online video collaboration
By focusing on monetisation from the beginning, Ooyala has carved out a niche in the increasingly competitive online video platform market
Social media and SEO are the keys to continued growth in enterprise video success
After great success in the U.K., MyVideoRights is working to manage usage of major content libraries in the U.S., with clients including the Reda Archives
When we're at the point where all encoders work just as well, how do we measure quality? From PSNR to SSIM to ‘golden eyes,' here's a look at how video quality can be assessed.
 

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