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After taking a year off to focus on creating a bold new experience, the celebrated streaming video conference returns in February.
What happened to Apple as an innovator? For truly innovative streaming video hardware and software, look at what Amazon is doing.
Online access could look greatly different in the near future. No industry is too big to fail, and that includes today's biggest telecommunications companies.
Through a series of smart moves, esports organizations have built a global audience of millions of enthusiastic fans. Here are three takeaways for savvy content creators.
This year, HEVC has gone from the heir apparent to an unmanageable mess. Meanwhile, open source codec efforts are focused and progressing. What happened?
This year's list features 21 new entrants, highlighting an industry that's not only thriving but growing faster than ever.
The next version of HbbTV is bringing a much more powerful toolset with it, and has the potential to change the current worldwide television landscape.
Broadcast is moving to an IP-first, software-defined video infrastructure, and in the process reducing costs and creating new editorial opportunities.
To choose the best capture card for mixing live events with PC-based software, pursue a multi-part analysis. This article teaches shoppers the crucial features to look for.
While Vitec's latest encoder and decoder are strong products by themselves, they're even more impressive when used together in a complete end-to-end solution.