March 15, 2012

Featured Articles
Mobile World Congress Puts an Emphasis on Video Streaming
The Samsung-Apple rivalry continued, even though Apple wasn't in attendance. Google put the fun of Ice Cream Sandwich on display with a carnival-like booth.
Corporate Messaging and Social Media: Can They Co-exist?
Social media tools like Twitter can make live video events a disaster, if companies aren't careful.
StreamUK Scores a Goal with Liverpool, Expands in Sport Market
After helping the Liverpool FC create a successful subscription service, StreamUK is moving into new European territory.
Introducing Streaming Media Producer
Our new website shines a spotlight on the issues and challenges facing professional online video producers, featuring tutorials, reviews, and behind-the-scenes looks at successful productions
Streaming Tank Webcasts McLaren, Britain's Got Talent
London-based Streaming Tank has grown exponentially the last six years, and now has a client roster including Coca-Cola, Starbucks, McLaren, and Britain's Got Talent
Featured News
Dov Moran Launches Comigo, New Smart TV Platform
Inventor of USB turns his attention to platform that bridges mobiles, set-top boxes, and server with interactive and social functions
Videoplaza's Karbon Offers Ad Management for a Multidevice World
Platform lets publishers keep their workflows simple while serving campaigns across devices.
IP&TV Preview: Bridge Technologies Debuts OTT Monitoring Solution
Offering lets operators monitor real-time analytics from a variety of streaming devices.
Connect TV Brings 45 Channels to Freeview
Freeview HD device owners can now stream 45 niche news, sport, and foreign language titles.
UK Regulator Turns Focus on Netflix, Lovefilm
Competition Commission's investigation into BSkyB's subscription services will now take into account the impact of Netflix and Lovefilm's entrance into the online movie delivery service in the UK
Industry News
IP-based broadcast with Cinegy Gateway, Cinegy Route and Cinegy Multiviewer
Automated Platform and Global Marketplace Ushers in New Era of Buying and Selling
Arqiva, the communications infrastructure and media services company, has opened its new facility in France: The Media Centre Paris.
 
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