Upcoming Industry Conferences
Streaming Media West [19-20 November 2019]
Live Streaming Summit [19 November 2019]
Past Conferences
Streaming Media East 2019 [7-8 May 2019]
Live Streaming Summit [7-8 May 2019]
Content Delivery Summit [6 May 2019]
Streaming Forum [26 February 2019]

StreamingMedia Superguides
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Sponsors: BUYDRM, castLabs


Premium content requires protection. But how can you achieve this without compromising QoE/QoS, or creating unwanted barriers? How can you ensure that your chosen solutions work seamlessly on every platform, player, device, browser, server, and operating system? How can you integrate your content protection into your analytics and monetisation? This is the Solution Series that addresses these important questions, and ensures that you’re using the right tools and the right companies to protect and monetise your content in the way that it deserves.


Gold Sponsors Tulix, Lightcast, Harmonic | Silver Sponsors: Telestream, Touchstream


Before you ask what kind of solutions you need to make your OTT strategy better, ask yourself what the problems are. And if you don’t know what the problems are, then you most certainly do have problems. Work it backwards—you need good analytics, stable delivery, unhackable security, a reliable monetization strategy, rock-solid compression, a strong library, and a killer user interface and experience.

Think you don’t have room for improvement?

Then guess what? You need this more than ever—

The Advanced OTT Strategies and Technologies Solution Series.


Sponsors: NETINT, Telestream, MediaExcel, NewTek, Verizon Media, PTZ Optics, DVEO, AWS


Just when you thought it was safe to commit to HEVC, here comes AV1. While encoding and transcoding are at the heart of any streaming project, it’s always in flux. There are tremendous advancements annually that play a significant role in your cost and performance plans; there are quality, security, and feature issues that constantly need attention. Where can you find companies to help you with Encoding & Transcoding? Right here in this Solution Series.


Sponsored by Broadfield Distribution


There are so many ways in which business can use video. Sales training, internal communications, all-hands meetings, investor and annual reports, and quarterly reviews are all repetitive communications that can be shot once and shared with an unlimited audience around the globe. 

The availability of simple and affordable, quality, professional equipment can enhance your corporate messaging. Let’s take a look
at some of what’s available and see how it can be used to revolutionize your messaging inside the office.


SPONSORED BY STREAMSHARK


From production to content management to delivery, video in the workplace is getting complex. Business video isn’t topical—it’s mission-critical. It has a significant and measurable business ROI. There are several problems that businesses face with their video strategies, and this Solution Series takes a hard look at ways to deal with them.


GOLD SPONSOR: EPIPHAN VIDEO | Silver Sponsors: Magewell, Matrox


Gear for video streaming is exploding, and with so many choices, which one is right for you? This 2019 special, Solution Series: The Producer’s Gear Guide, will save you time in navigating the myriad options available and help you understand just what the right gear can do for you. Welcome to Streaming Media ’s first face-melting, drool-worthy guide to production gear!


GOLD SPONSORS: TULIX, HARMONIC | Silver Sponsor: Telestream


There’s live streaming and there’s professional live streaming. Too many organizations are delivering subpar live video to their viewers. And too many live streams fail the latency test, whether for interactive video functionality or to compete with broadcast. Is that you? Because if it is, you need to read this Solution Series installment. You’ll find solid solutions for handling live streams at scale, whether you deliver them on your own internal network or send them out into the wild via Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, or any of the other leading live streaming platforms. The right tools and the right services—you’ll find them here. Let’s make sure you get the job done right before you start shooting with that lousy iPhone 6 again.


Broadfield Distributing


NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell once described the NFL as “the ultimate reality show.” That holds true for most sports, which is why there is such a high-demand to watch it live. In the past few years, advancements in live production and streaming technology have made it easier for schools, local and amateur leagues, and even esports tournaments to share their events with the same quality and production capabilities as the NFL. In Streaming Media’s Field Guide to Live Sports Production, you'll learn about what successful producers are doing and see some of the affordable equipment they're using to deliver sports streams. Discover what you need for your next sporting event, and how you can get it through Broadfield Distributing’s nationwide network of pro video dealers.


Haivision, DVEO, Telestream, Touchstream


Sometimes, doing is the best way to learn. This Solution Series installment brings together many examples of successful deployments by leading industry companies that have helped a wide range of companies, from carriers to content creators. Learn how the right tools and the right companies help with online video infrastructure and strategy.


GOLD: Tulix, Harmonic | Silver: Exterity, Nagra, Brightcove


Amongst streaming consumers, sports fans are right at the top of the heap when it comes to being discerning and demanding the very best. They want the lowest latency, highest quality, maximum screens, best recommendations, live and on-demand, ability to interact and integrate with social networks, user-defined content—the list goes on.

This is the Solution Series supplement that addresses these important topics, and ensures that our readers are able to choose the right tools and the right companies to service this incredibly important market.


Sponsored by Harmoinc and Telestream


With next-generation TV (ATSC 3.0) looming in the not-so-distant future as the next “shiny button” for the television industry, streaming video is where it’s at today and will continue to make dramatic advances in both the short- and long-term. This Superguide looks at the state of broadcast and video content deliverynot just what’s coming down the pipe, but what is already here. The lines between TV and the internet are only getting blurrier, and this Superguide will help you read between those lines with clarity.


Sponsored by Telestream and Harmoinc


Optimizing the video workflow is complicated. Understanding efficiencies, where they can be gained, and which systems are compatible can be an overwhelming process. While many content providers are turning to vendors with one-stop shop solutions, others are still working with hybrid solutions. This Superguide installment examines the products and services that make processes more efficient, and most importantly, most cost-effective from 2 leaders in the space—Harmonic and Telestream.


 
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