The Shortlist: 2021 European Readers' Choice Finalists
The votes are in, and we'll announce the winners in October. In the meantime, here's the list of the top three vote-getters in each of our 16 categories.
Vote Now in the 2021 Streaming Media Europe Readers' Choice Awards
Make your voice heard in the only online video industry awards selected by you—the people who use these products and services every day.
Nominate Now for the 2021 European Readers' Choice Awards
We're accepting nominations now in 16 categories for the only awards in the industry chosen by the people who actually use the products and services. Nominations close 19 July.
The Streaming Media Europe 101
Our annual list of the most innovative, influential, and interesting companies in the European online video market.
The Algorithm Series: Digital Rights Management (DRM)
The math behind the magic of protecting live and on-demand streaming video content
AV1 Has Arrived: Comparing Codecs from AOMedia, Visionular, and Intel/Netflix
Within 24 months, hardware support appeared, encoding became affordable, and AV1 became a much more realistic competitor to HEVC. Here's how the currently available AV1 codecs measure up.
Vote Now in the 2020 Streaming Media European Readers' Choice Awards
Cast your vote until 13 August in the only awards programme in our industry where the winners are chosen by the people who actually use their products and services.
The 2019 Streaming Media Europe Readers' Choice Award Winners
Who took home the prizes in the only awards program where the winners are chosen by the people who use the products and services every day? Read on!
The 2019 Streaming Media Europe 101
Our annual list of the most important, most innovative, and most interesting companies in the online video space
The Shortlist: 2019 European Readers' Choice Finalists
The votes are in, and we'll announce the winners in November. In the meantime, here's the list of the top three vote-getters in each of our 17 categories.
6 Things to Watch Out For at IBC
IBC 2019 kicks off on 13 September in Amsterdam, and here are some of the key things to see and do when it comes to the world of streaming media.
Readers' Choice Voting Deadline Extended Until August 23
It's time to cast your vote in the 10th-annual Readers' Choice Awards, the only awards program in the industry where the winners are picked by the people who actually use their products and services
Encoding & Transcoding 2018: Part 3
We wrap up our survey of the encding and transcoding landscape with looks at Verizon Digital Media Services, Media Excel, Comprimato, Elecard, Capella Systems, Epic Labs, EuclidIQ, and NGCodec.
Arqiva Urges the Industry to Join a Blockchain TV Pilot Project
The pilot begins next month, and its success could lead to longer-term explorations of ultra-local peer-to-peer video distribution.
The Time to Prepare for Recovery Is Before Video Files Go Missing
Accidentally deleted a crucial video file? The good news is it might still be recoverable. Here are steps to take for recovery and to prevent loss from happening in the future.
Vote Now in the 2018 Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards
It's time for you to cast your vote in one or all of our 17 categories in the only industry awards program in which the winners are decided by the people who use their products and services.
HQ Trivia and the Race to Ultra-Low Latency Live Streaming
Live video is getting interactive requiring bidirectional communication with low latency. Companies like Ex Machina, Haivision, nanocosmos, and Wowza—as well as the SRT Alliance—are working on solutions.
Streaming Forum Keynote: Sky Spins Up New Channels in Minutes
Sky principal streaming architect Jeff Webb shared how a move from appliance-based workflows to container-based workflows now means that the broadcaster can spin up new channels in minutes, a process that used to take up to 4 weeks
Streaming Forum: Building an HTML5 Video Workflow
HTML5 video workflows are being more widely deployed, but missing components are slowing further adoption, says Streamroot's Erica Beavers
Encryption is Key to Live Streaming Success (No Pun Intended)
Sky has an inherent responsibility to protect the IP of both its own original content and the content that it licenses. Encryption by way of DRM is crucial, and HTTPS streaming is on the horizon