IBC: We've Been Apart for Too Long
The international focus of events like IBC generate a sense of excitement and a critical mass of activity that drives the whole industry forward. That momentum has been noticeably lacking in 2021, and it's time to get the ball rolling again.
Remote Production and the Future of Live Streaming
3Q's Andrew McCargar, Fairmile's Ian Nock, and PUSH's Larry Gale discuss how the remote production workflows that have become prevalent during the pandemic era will impact live streaming going forward.
The 2021 Streaming Media Europe Readers' Choice Award Winners
It's our biggest Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards competition in years. 16 categories. Almost 200 nominations. Nearly 10,000 votes. So who came out on top?
The Streaming Toolbox: Vistex GTMS, Agora, Transmit
Vistex's GTMS manages content licensing, Agora provides transport protocols and SDKs for interactive media app developers, and Transmit offers a new spin on advertising
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.
The Streaming Toolbox: Hovercast, Prophet, and Pulsar
In this installment, we look at products for interactive live streams, ad inventory pricing, and CDN balancing
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.
New Report Reveals Radical Changes to Streaming Industry Over the Past Year
Streaming Media's State of Streaming Spring 2021 report, sponsored by Harmonic, shows the massive increases in streaming in previously underserved markets, as well as how the industry is addressing on-going bandwidth challenges.
IBC Show Moves to December
Citing vendor and attendee reluctance to attend a September event, and the need to guarantee health and safety, IBC announced that this year's event will take place December 3-6 in Amsterdam
ttconv Simplifies Subtitling and Captioning
Thanks to ttconv, a new format converter, adding timed text to video is becoming simpler and more efficient, and Facebook is already embracing it
Take the State of Enterprise Video Survey
New survey offers you a chance to tell us how your use of video for work has changed, and what you think the next few months will bring
How to Licence Music for Streaming
Want to stream music online? Be prepared to deal with a labyrinth of licensing regulations. Here's an overview of music licensing for streaming, and scenarios to help you figure out what you need to do.
How to Maximize Reach with Restreaming Solutions
If you want to maximize your reach without overtaxing your gear, then utilizing some cloud technologies to send your one upload to multiple destinations can multiply the reach of your content.
The State of Media and Entertainment 2021
2020 was a year unlike any other. Can the OTT momentum be sustained in 2021?
The State of Corporate Video 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of corporate video, and while Zoom led the way, platforms like Microsoft Teams and Google Meet are doubling down.
Q&A: Zoom CTO Brendan Ittelson
Zoom has become the go-to communications tool for everything from business meetings and conferences to online learning and virtual happy hours. We talk to CTO Brendan Ittelson about the company's remarkable growth and its plans for the future.
Elevating Remote Production in the Cloud
What's the best way to handle a multiday conference with one remote panel event after another, with about 5 minutes between them, maybe less? What if you add video playback, remote slide presentations, and the inevitable last-minute changes?
The Streaming Media Europe 101
Our annual list of the most innovative, influential, and interesting companies in the European online video market.
The Streaming Industry Turns the Camera on Itself
In 2020, the streaming media has had to use our own tools to produce our own events. How'd we do?