Streaming Media Magazine: Autumn 2012
Al-Jazeera is letting eye-witnesses upload video from some of the world's biggest hotspots, thanks to its redesigned citizen journalism portal.
Think it can't happen here? Presenting a dystopian view on what happens when too much openness leads governments to regulate the internet.
The biggest online video show of the year will soon take over the Olympia Conference Centre. Get a preview of the names and topics that will make up Streaming Media Europe 2012, then learn about the new Video Infrastructure Summit.
VidCon, the annual gathering of YouTube video-makers and video-watchers, is growing every year. But perhaps it includes a little too much passive devotion.
It's only been around since February, 2012, but this video consultancy has been hard at work since day one.
Colleges and universities need to think about their streaming video needs, just like businesses do. Here are the factors to consider and the questions to ask.
Cisco acquired NDS. Tesco acquired We7. Read about the mergers and acquisitions, fragmentation, and game-changing trends that have disrupted the streaming media industry so far this year.
Cloud services are perfectly suited for processor-intensive jobs, although bandwidth constraints can present a challenge. Discover 12 cloud video specialists that can save companies time and money.
Get advice from Sorenson, Zencoder, and Encoding.com: When companies should encode and transcode their own content, and when it makes sense to send video to the cloud.
This kit offers a long telescoping antenna and for good reason -- it moves radiation away from the operator's head. But how does it perform in real-world conditions?
We've only scratched the surface of offering useful features powered by metadata. When will the promise finally become a reality?
HTML5 video gets all the attention and is certainly the future, but most sites don't yet see a competitive benefit to leaving Flash.
 

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