Biographical Information

Steve Nathans-Kelly

Steve Nathans-Kelly (steve at streamingmedia.com) is VP and editor-in-chief of Streaming Media and Video Publishing Director at Information Today Inc. He is the former editor of EventDV and EMedia: The Digital Studio Magazine. He has done developmental editing for Peachpit Press, Adobe Press, and World Changers Media. His writing has appeared in Paste, New York Journal of Books, Chicago Review of Books, and First of the Month.

Articles for Steve Nathans-Kelly

The Shortlist: Streaming Media's 2022 Innovation Awards Finalists

The votes are in, and we'll announce the winners in September. In the meantime, here's the list of the top three vote-getters in each of our 14 categories.

Submit Your Nominations Now for the 2022 Streaming Media 50 List

Want to make sure your company is considered for our annual list of the most important, innovative, and interesting companies in the online video space? Read on, and send in your nominations by August 1.

Voting is Open for the 2022 Streaming Media European Innovation Awards

Cast your vote today in the Streaming Media European Innovation Awards. Voting closes 25 July.

Vimond's Megan Wagoner Talks Acceleration of Cloud Broadcasting

Megan Wagoner of Norway-based OTT Video CMS provider Vimond discusses the current state of cloud broadcasting and how the pandemic has accelerated migration to the cloud in this interview with Streaming Media's Tim Siglin at Streaming Media East 2022.

id3as' Dom Robinson and Help Me Stream's Tim Siglin Talk Greening of Streaming

id3as' Dom Robinson and Help Me Stream's Tim Siglin discuss the latest Greening of Streaming developments--including taking the conservation case to Parliament--in this interview from Streaming Media East 2022.

OTT Beyond Borders

Expanding into new territories is fraught, but experts from Disney, DistroTV, and BritBox have found a way. Here are their insights into what OTT platforms need to do to make it work.

Blackbird's Moment Arises as Video Industry Embraces Cloud-Based Collaborative Editing

Post houses, broadcasters, and video rights holders are embracing cloud video editing solutions like the popular Blackbird platform or moving once-peripheral distributed production workflows to the center of their operations.