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Articles

U.K. Retailers Watch Walmart’s UltraViolet Campaign

UltraViolet will require mass studio and consumer electronics support to succeed, but some are reluctant to take the first step.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2012

Is DRM No Longer a Dirty Word?

With new technologies, digital rights management is working in the background -- or in the cloud -- and staying out of the viewer's way, says Irdeto.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Mar 2012

To DRM or not to DRM: Commentary

DRM will always have a place, but content owners should spend more time creating innovative distribution models like Netflix that are easy-to-use and priced right.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Feb 2012

CES 2012: Amazon Joins DECE, Backs UltraViolet

Amazon says it has signed a deal with a major Hollywood studio for UltraViolet rights; Netflix pulls out of DECE
Featured News, Posted 11 Jan 2012

Xstream Broadens Facebook VOD Offering

Application makes it easy to rent or sell video on Facebook, customizing access and DRM.
Featured News, Posted 21 Dec 2011

UltraViolet Lands in the U.K., but With Questions

Can a unified cloud-based system succeed across Europe? And do consumers still want to own their movies?
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Dec 2011

Video Sales Site Movielocker Cuts Fees

Content owners should find it easier to sell videos with Movielocker, thanks to lower fees and new features.
Featured News, Posted 22 Aug 2011

Inside Microsoft’s Cloud-Based Partner Ecosystem

An ambitious offering from Microsoft and several partners brings the full online video workflow to the cloud.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Apr 2011

Adobe to Bring Flash Access to Mobile Devices

Adobe's Flash Access DRM solution is coming to Android tablets and other mobile platforms later this year
Featured News, Posted 31 Mar 2011

Irdeto Introduces ActiveCloak: DRM May Be Only Half The Battle

Irdeto turns obfuscation into a dynamic solution via its new ActiveCloak platform
Featured News, Posted 28 Feb 2011

Making Sense of the Google/Widevine Deal

Longstanding DRM and video optimization company gives Google solid controlled access technology for the Google TV and Android ecosystem
Featured News, Posted 06 Dec 2010

First Look: Microsoft IIS Media Services 4

Moving beyond Windows Media—and Silverlight—to bring multi-platform, multi-device, multi-protocol goodness, the new IIS Media Services 4 is part of a suite of offerings set to vault Microsoft's media delivery offerings into the future
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Nov 2010

Kantar Lets Customers Track Modified Videos

While other tools only track official syndication, Kantar will monitor even edited content.
Featured News, Posted 21 Jul 2010

DRM: The Big Two

When it comes to digital rights management and content protection, Microsoft PlayReady and Adobe Flash Access aren't the only names in town, but they're the biggest. Here's a look at the latest features in each.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jun 2010

Samsung Will Use Widevine's Technologies Worldwide

Agreement brings adaptive streaming and virtual DVD playback to a global audience
Featured News, Posted 22 Jun 2010

A Look at Adobe's Flash Access and Player Roadmap

Flash Access is another step in the path leading to HTTP Streaming and Flash Player 10.1
Featured Articles, Posted 11 May 2010

Widevine Expands Its DRM, Video Optimization Offerings

Once a pure-play DRM solution provider, Widevine's video optimization may be its strongest competitive advantage
Featured News, Posted 21 Apr 2010

Adobe to Launch Flash Access 2.0 Next Month; Irdeto Announces Hosted Flash Access Service

Even before launch, Flash Access 2.0 ecosystem enhancements by Irdeto are intended to speed adoption
Featured News, Posted 20 Apr 2010

To Protect and Serve: A DRM Primer

Looking to monetize your content directly through subscription or pay-per-download? Then you need to find the right DRM solution and figure out the best way to deploy it.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2010
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