April 03, 2014

Featured News

Crackle Suspending U.K. Site at the End of the Month

It's no joke—on April 1st Sony-owned Crackle will stop showing its free, ad-supported movies and shows to U.K. viewers.

AOL On Launches in U.K.

First launched in the U.S. and Canada, AOL On now has a U.K. site that features original and partner videos targeted to the U.K. viewer

BBC Works With Unified Streaming on New iPlayer Backend

Strong success required the BBC to move to a cloud-based system, and one Amsterdam-based company is helping with the switch.

Featured Articles

How to Make the Move to HEVC

It's still early in the game, but here's everything you need to know about moving to the next-generation video codec.

A Buyer’s Guide to Multiformat Media Servers

4K and DASH muddy the waters, but the need for servers that can deliver multiple formats and handle closed captioning and ad insertion has never been clearer.

Industry News

Thomson Video Networks' New TimePlanner Application for XMS Management System Brings Agility to Service Plan Management

Thomson Video Networks today announced that it will debut TimePlanner, a new application that is part of the XMS(TM) Network Management System, at the 2014 NAB Show.

AmberFin Unveils Major New Version of iCR at NAB 2014

New Enterprise-Class Features Include Versatile, Scalable and Cost Effective Transcode Farm Controller

Sonic Foundry Announces Partnership in China

Agreement with Neusoft IT Services strengthens company’s presence in the Asia-Pacific region

At 2014 NAB Show, Thomson Video Networks' ViBE VS7000 to Feature Increased Density and New Features for Multi-Screen and OTT Delivery

At the 2014 NAB Show, Thomson Video Networks will showcase its industry-leading ViBE(TM) VS7000 encoding/transcoding platform driven by an all-new release of the company's MediaFlex(TM) video operating system.