December 15, 2016
Top Shopping Sites Have 2.7M Listings for Video Piracy Devices
E-commerce sites including Amazon, eBay, and Alibaba have millions of listings for products that let consumers subscribe to pirate online video platforms.
Mid- to Long-Form Content Views Grow Across All Screens: Ooyala
In the latest version of its Global Video Index, Ooyala warns about the growing piracy threat for sports publishers offering 4K live video.
YouView Takes Service to the Cloud
YouView claims to be the first large-scale UK broadcaster to embrace the cloud; changes include a redesigned UI and a move from Flash to HTML5
Dailymotion/Peer5 Partnership Is A Big Win for WebRTC
WebRTC and peer-based content delivery allow Dailymotion to offload expensive hardware and bandwidth costs while improving video quality and service. Other streaming media publishers should take note and follow suit.
Enterprise Video from the Other Side of the Firewall
Enterprise video vendors are touting a slew of new features, from enterprise YouTube to HTML5 support, but enterprises themselves—particularly in the financial sector—move slowly and face hurdles to adopting the latest technologies
How to Monetize: AVOD, TVOD, or SVOD?
In quotes from a Streaming Media/Unisphere survey, our readers talk about the biggest monetization opportunities and challenges facing them today and tomorrow
Why we setup a webcasting business?
EventStreaming.TV was hatched in 200 in response to crazy quotes received from other webcasting companies. WaveFX the parent video production company spent nearly 2 years refining EventStreaming.TV to be a different kind of streaming company offering the
Streaming Video Alliance Members Approve the Open Caching Request Routing Specification
Published Specification From the Alliance's Open Caching Working Group can be Leveraged Immediately to Build Compliant Products
Tentkotta Launches Linear OTT Channel With Amagi
Leverages Amagi CLOUDPORT Managed Services to Grow Global Audience Base
Half of Middle Eastern Subscribers Would Switch Operators for Unlimited Video
Exclusive survey reveals discerning video habits, low tolerance for poor QoE – and dollars left on the table for operators