Streaming Media Magazine:
In 2014, content's monarchy is over. It now shares the crown with technology and the audience, each essential elements for building an online video platform.
There are a lot of content choices around, and yesterday's leftovers aren't going to cut it. Make the good stuff available at a good price.
Changes in the BBC's iPlayer, the growth of YouView, and the transformation of Twitter all offer a glimpse into the issues facing content providers throughout Europe.
2013 saw OTT video services extend the overall market for pay TV, a definite shift to networked PVR, and a rapid move toward HbbTV.
Considering producing a live event? Read this to learn the different live encoder categories, as well as the features to look for before buying.
Here's what you need to know before you take your encoding to the cloud. (Hint: It's not about video quality.)
4K and DASH muddy the waters, but the need for servers that can deliver multiple formats and handle closed captioning and ad insertion has never been clearer.
Whether you call it backhaul or contribution feed, getting a signal to a studio or CDN is a key step in the streaming delivery chain. Here's a look at the options.
CDNs aren't what they used to be. Here's what you need to know as you select one (or more) to deliver your content.
It's still early in the game, but here's everything you need to know about moving to the next-generation video codec.
So you need to start webcasting—should you choose a webcast platform, a live streaming service provider, or a conferencing solution?