Streaming Media Magazine:
In 2015, the media finally took notice of VidCon, the wildly successful conference for YouTube creators, fans, and the rest of the online video industry.
Broadcast snafus for pay-per-view events show ongoing authentication flaws, but seamless authentication via intelligent request routing might save the day for both broadcast and streaming.
While the school year is a hectic one for video teams, it's important to carve out a few hours to meet together and think creatively about upcoming projects.
The internet is liberating broadcasting, turning anyone with a camera and an online connection into a creator capable of reaching a mass audience.
Taylor Swift pulled off a publicity stunt when she complained about free music services. Maybe the industry needs a way to stop her from cheapening its technology.
The CEO wants company videos shared in-house, but doesn't want trade secrets ending up on YouTube. Here's a primer on video security for the enterprise.
The future of UHD is happening right now. Here's how one production company streamed low-bandwidth 4K live from a South by Southwest music stage.
Everybody's using HTML5 and MPEG-DASH these days, right? Not so fast. Reports of Flash's death have been greatly exaggerated.
The U.S. OTT service's Baptiste Coudurier talks about the hard work—and black magic—behind the smooth migration to MPEG-DASH, which now accounts for 75% of its traffic
The votes are in, and here are the winners. Read on to find out who our readers voted the best products and services in the world of online video.
For many companies, the path is clear: understanding, championing, and leveraging video collaboration for more efficient business models.
This French online video platform offers strong customization and is priced right for budget-minded companies. Read on to learn what essential features it lacks.