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Streaming Media Magazine: Summer 2017
With operators at risk of a ‘build it and they will come' approach, can a converged video contribution and delivery network monetize 5G?
Is Netflix an OTT service? Yes, but also no. It depends. And that gets to the heart of why people keep using the term 'OTT' incorrectly.
There may be peace in our time between Amazon and Apple. While that's good news for home streamers, it suggests Apple is no longer interested in creating a skinny bundle.
How are organizations such as PBS and TechCrunch using Facebook Live to reach and grow their audiences? The platform has been with us for a year now, so it's time to check in.
Social media, online video platforms, and knowledge management systems are coming together to create the future of enterprise communications.
For all its strengths, the clock has run out for Flash. Now is the time say goodbye and migrate to HTML5. Here's everything companies still relying on Flash need to know.
TV Everywhere is plagued by connection difficulties, while quality is improving on over-the-air digital subchannels. The home antenna is making a comeback.
People would stream a lot more video to mobile devices if not for restrictive data caps. But thanks to Netflix and Amazon, things are starting to change.
Personality-driven live streaming apps have become a huge trend for tweens and teens, but people over 30 don't know anything about them.
Apple hardware was once the standard for video and design professionals. But Apple has abandoned that market, and there's no reason to hope for a change in direction.
MPEG LA's recent announcement of a DASH royalty pool is the first such royalty on free internet video. And this is only the beginning.
 

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