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September 04, 2014

Featured Articles
The Move to HD News Video Pushed BSkyB to IP Delivery
Reporting live news video over fiber might seem more reliable, but IP delivery offers better cost, quality, and convenience.
Broadcasters Stretch to Offer Live Sport Streaming
While live streaming of sporting events hasn't traditionally been a focus for broadcasters, that's changing -- and online audiences are growing.
Three Reasons Broadcasters Should Use Real-Time Clip Sharing
Don't wait until a live event is over to share video clips online. Do it while the event is taking place to get the most benefit.
Featured News
BT and thePlatform Sign Expanded Video Publishing Agreement
thePlatform's MPX system will manage online video publishing, rights management, and more for BT TV.
Alugha Takes $1M USD Funding to Create Multi-Language Video Tool
Global enterprises can save space by uploading one video file and streaming it in multiple languages, promises Alugha.
Divimove Launches Brandboost, an MCN for Brands and Businesses
Bringing YouTube expertise to businesses, this division helps them create a strategy and optimize videos for YouTube.
Industry News
Spark New Zealand (formerly Telecom NZ), a New Zealand- wide communications and internet service provider, has selected Xstream’s award winning professional video management platform, Xstream MediaMaker, for delivery of their new OTT video service, Lightb
AVIWEST, a global provider of video contribution systems, announced today that China Mobile Communications has selected its DMNG PRO180 3G/4G video uplink solution to optimize the delivery of live video transmissions.
Agama introduces reinforced integration and correlation possibilities for even better end-to-end understanding of video service quality and usage, as well as enhanced redundancy mechanisms
 
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