October 29, 2015
Disney Launching Movie, Music, and Book SVOD Service in UK
DisneyLife will cost £9.99 per month, and will include time-limiting parental controls and the ability to download content for offline viewing.
Grabyo Adds Square and Vertical Video Editing for Social Sharing
With Grabyo's latest addition, content creators can share square and vertical clips instantly on a variety of social networks.
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
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.
YuMe Expands Its Product Suite to Include Outstream Video Ads
Enhances the Company’s Leading Direct and Programmatic Video Offerings Beyond In-Stream Video
StreamGuys Launches Oceania Service in Alignment with Regional Business Growth
Strategic move will reduce streaming costs and network congestion for consumers of local content from NZME and other broadcasters through a regional point-of-presence
Encompass Deploys Harmonic Petabyte-Scale MediaGrid Storage to Power Digital Media IP Workflows
Harmonic Shared Storage Solution Delivers Exceptional Performance for Price