October 10, 2013
OpenTV Again Sues Netflix, This Time in the Netherlands
Three weeks after expanding its subscription video-on-demand service to the Netherlands, Netflix is sued for patent infringement.
Edgeware Announces Origin Accelerator for Lowering OTT Costs
Delivering hundreds of channels to millions of customers is a costly challenge, says the company.
MobiTV Powers Live and On-Demand Streaming for Deutsche Telekom
Viewers will enjoy a broader range of on-demand and live content on multiple devices thanks to the partnership.
Voddler's Disruptive Approach to Rights
Swedish-based VOD platform's ViewShare lets users share content from other download services. But is it legal? Voddler says "everything is in development."
Cellmux Antennae: Does Size Really Matter?
With great power -- and a 247-foot antenna -- comes great responsibility. Presenting one possible future in the cellmux antenna arms race.
Pushing the Boundaries of Online Video with Purple Pop-Tart Cats
Why create epic 10-hour-long videos that no one will watch of short-lived internet memes? To make the unlikely a reality.
Jet-Stream offers advanced code to the CDN Industry
During CDN World Summit in London, Jet-Stream CEO Stef van der Ziel announced to release the company’s CDN technology code to the industry. The mission of Jet-Stream is to raise the bar in the streaming media, broadcasting and telecom industries. By relea
blinkbox Adds Akamai Viewer Diagnostics to Bolster Customer Care
Leading U.K. streaming video provider leverages newest Sola Analytics module to access account-level service data for customer troubleshooting and quality of service
OTT platform provider, Xstream appoint new CTO