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BBC Plans To Open iPlayer Technology To Other Broadcasters

The proposal, which still awaits approval from the BBC Trust, is part of the BBC's initiative to form partnerships and establish standards for online video delivery.
Sat., Sept. 12, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 12 Sep 2009

HbbTV: A New Play for a European Broadband-to-TV Standard

The consortia behind Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV (HbbTV) is looking to establish a pan-European standard for the delivery of broadband-to-TV content.
Thurs., Sept. 3, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 03 Sep 2009

Now on Streaming Media TV: Qik's iPhone App, CBS' Paper-Thin Video, and Online Education

In this week's edition of Bandwidth Bastards, our hosts wonder where the live functionality is in the new iPhone app from Qik, offer a sneak preview of the video ad coming in the next Entertainment Weekly, and discuss a study showing that students who learn online learn more.
Mon., Aug 24, by Nico McLane and A.M. Arno
Featured News, Posted 24 Aug 2009

iPhones Serving Live TV to Go

Live streams to the iPhone are taking off, thanks to Livestation, Akamai, and Inlet.
Tues., Aug. 18, by Troy Dreier
Featured News, Posted 18 Aug 2009

BitGravity and Episodic Partner with Showtime for International MMA Webcast

BitGravity and Episodic are helping Showtime deliver the first global Strikeforce: All Access event on Saturday, with multiple camera feeds and social media integration.
Fri., Aug. 14, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured News, Posted 14 Aug 2009

Inlet Hits a Home Run with HD Sports

HD sports streaming is taking off, and Inlet is behind many of the major events, including MLB, the Indianapolis 500, the Tour de France, and Wimbledon.
Thurs., Aug. 13, by Troy Dreier
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Aug 2009

Editor's Note: Blame It on the Blockbuster

Why do we focus on what online isn't built to do—the big blockbuster video event?
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Aug 2009

Industry Perspectives: Chasing the Long Tail of Distribution

Maximizing Return on Premium Video
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Aug 2009

Yahoo-Intel Widget Engine Gives Broadcasters Pause for Thought

With Yahoo-Intel widgets now shipping on TVs, traditional pay and ad-supported TV broadcasters are working on strategies to keep the focus on their programming, while in the UK the BBC's Project Canvas may give web-connected TVs a short lifespan.
Fri., July 31, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 30 Jul 2009

Can Streaming Offset Losses In Traditional Revenue?

For those of us in the industry, the answer to that question is "Yes, and then some." But a series of recent earnings reports and research papers demonstrate that both the question and the answers are significantly more complex.
Tues., July 28, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jul 2009

Arqiva Buys Technology Behind Kangaroo

Arqiva, the UK's largest transmission provider, will launch a VOD service based on the Kangaroo technology, in the hopes of preempting Hulu from taking hold.
Fri., July 24, by Adrian Pennington
Featured News, Posted 24 Jul 2009

Bandwidth Bastards: The Red Scare Edition

Bandwidth controversy on Capital Hill, the FCC and the "Broadband Internet Fairness Act", Adobe & Microsoft share their toys in the "sandbox."
Thurs., July 23, by Nico McLane and A.M. Arno
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Jul 2009

Industry Perspectives: The End Of The Industry As We Know It, Or Just The Beginning For TV?

Contrary to what the naysayers claim, TV's future is bright, as long as broadcasters move with the times and respond to what viewers want.
Mon, July 20, by Tom Weiss
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Jul 2009

Introducing A New Feature: Bandwidth Bastards

Bandwidth Bastards is a weekly dialogue published on StreamingMedia.com that takes an irreverent look at web video content—what media is making the most use of the worlds bandwidth pool, who is watching, where they're watching from, and how it got there. This week: The Michael Jackson Memorial.
Thurs., July 9, by Nico McLane
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jul 2009

Video Culture: The Potential Reshaping Of The Online Video Landscape

Content owners, content distribution networks, and real business opportunities are all part of the discussion at the Open Video Conference in New York
Fri., June 19, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 19 Jun 2009

Streaming Media Podcast Episode #30: Nokeena Co-Founder Prabakar Sundarrajan

Tim Siglin sits down with Prabakar Sundarrajan, Co-Founder and CTO of Nokeena Networks, for a wide-ranging interview on the topics of defining "television quality" on the web, adaptive streaming and the difference between quality of service and quality of experience.
Mon., June 15, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jun 2009

Spicy Ideas: Hey, You! Pay Attention!—Three Reasons Why We Ignore Video

Lack of engagement opportunities, information overload, and physiology are some of the factors keeping viewers from focusing on videos.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jun 2009

iPhone Envy Brings Out Innovation

Prior to Apple's WWDC event that kicks off today, the Palm Pre and a doubleTwist are making waves.
Mon., June 8, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 08 Jun 2009

Streaming Media East: Verizon and boxee Want In To Your Living Room

Keynotes from Verizon and boxee pushed forward the concept of getting online video into the living room, though each company takes a radically different approach.
Wed., May 13, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 13 May 2009
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