October 22, 2015
Future Sports Media Offers Sports Clip Action at the Speed of Twitter
Swedish company Future Sports Media aims to usurp the lock-in that hardware vendors like EVS have on the fast-turnaround sports market with a software only product that works over IP
YouTube Adds 7 More Local Versions of Site, Brings Total to 85
Viewers in the Adriatics, Baltics, Bulgaria, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Belarus can now find locally popular videos in their own language.
Netflix Announces Pricing, Dates for Spain, Portugal, and Italy
The SVOD company will begin operation in all three countries in late October, with subscriptions starting at €8 per month.
Encoding Vendors Jockey For Licensing Post-HEVC
HEVC is barely out of the gate, but the race to achieve better quality and lower bandwidth might soon leave H.265 in the dust, according to speakers at a panel at this year's IBC
Sports Viewers Stream Their Teams, Changing the Game for Pay TV
Young sports fans are going to sites like Whistle Sports and Copa90 to catch the action, supporting a new style of sports coverage that invites fans into the conversation.
Streaming Forum 2016: Call For Speakers Now Open
The Streaming Forum is back in 2016, with a new location and a new focus on live streaming. It will be part of BVE's London Entertainment Week in February.
Unified Streaming and Viblast Start Technology Partnership
RR Media Announces Value-Added Online Sports Services Available on Any Screen
Enables sports organizations to offer dedicated premium and subscription based content to worldwide audiences, accessible from any screen and device
Presentations 2GO incorporates Unified Streaming technology offering the next step in learning video by using multi platform streaming technology
Grass Valley Selects intoPIX’s TICO Compression for 4K/UHD and IP Connectivity