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Video: How Does Live Content Monetization Differ From On-Demand?

M2A Media's Marina Kalkanis and Zype's Steven Tripsas discuss the unique demands of live content monetization in this clip from their Live Streaming Summit panel at Streaming Media West 2018.
Short Cuts, Posted 28 Jan 2019

Online Educators Enjoy Generous Copyright Exemptions for Video

Schools are covered by different copyright measures than the mass public, making it easy for streaming classrooms to get around access controls.
Class Act, Posted 23 Jan 2019

Video: Key Considerations of Migrating to VP9 for Live Encoding

In this clip from Video Engineering Summit 2018, Twitch Senior Video Specialist Tarek Amara discusses the three key factors Twitch considered before migrating from H.264 to VP9 for live encoding: legal risk, decoder support, and compression gain.
Short Cuts, Posted 14 Jan 2019

A Video Codec Licensing Update

The fragmented, frustrating future of HEVC licensing dominated discussion at the Media Coding Industry Forum's recent meeting, which attempted to influence licensing for the upcoming Versatile Video Codec.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jan 2019

CES 2019: How Will Blockchain Reinvent Media?

Whether ensuring creators get paid, content stays locked down, or personal data is treated like intellectual property, blockchain offers solutions to some of digital media's biggest challenges, according to a CES panel.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jan 2019

Pixelon: The True Story of Streaming Video's Greatest Fraud

A series by National Geographic uncovers the absolutely true, incredibly bizarre story of Pixelon, the streaming video company that couldn't stream video.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jan 2019

Unified Patents Challenges Velos Media Patent

The SEP Video Codec Zone also will provide companies targeted by HEVC IP owners with unique data and tools to negotiate fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory licenses
Online Video News, Posted 04 Dec 2018

Video: How to Use Machine Learning to Create Personalized TV Experiences

ZoneTV's Tom Sauer describes how machine learning can be used to overhaul the TV world and deliver more individualized experiences in this clip from Streaming Media East 2018.
Short Cuts, Posted 27 Sep 2018

Major Financial Institutions Provide the Funding for Video Piracy

Curtailing video piracy could be as simple as cutting off the money that funds it. Irdeto points a finger at Visa, MasterCard, and other payment systems.
Online Video News, Posted 06 Aug 2018

Streaming Video Alliance Releases Paper on Forensic Watermarking

At Microsoft Media and Entertainment Day, the SVA explains why adding watermarks to live and on-demand video is one part of a solution.
Online Video News, Posted 25 Jul 2018

The MPAA Seeks Stronger Actions to Fight Streaming Video Piracy

Keeping premium content from being freely distributed online will take a mix of criminal and civil charges, as well as a coordinated response.
Online Video News, Posted 24 Jul 2018

Connected TV Paranoia: 25% Worry TV Monitors Their Conversations

When digital privacy hacks regularly make the news, consumers worry that the connected TVs in their homes could be used for bad purposes.
Online Video News, Posted 09 Jul 2018

SME 2018: Blockchain 101 for Media and Entertainment

Blockchain's distributed ledger offers new opportunities for combatting privacy, securing financial transactions, and finding new approaches to monetization and royalty payment. This presentation from Streaming Media East offered a high-level view of the possibilities for the video industry.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 May 2018

Netflix, Amazon, Major Studios Bring Piracy Lawsuit on Set TV

A group of powerful studios wants to shut down Set TV, which sells a $20 per month subscription service that delivers 500 premium channels.
Online Video News, Posted 24 Apr 2018

District Court Offers Split Verdict in TickBox Infringement Case

A judge has ruled the hardware-maker can no longer promote access to piracy software, but hasn't blocked sales of the set-top boxes.
Online Video News, Posted 01 Feb 2018

TiVo Opens New Lawsuits Against Comcast for Patent Infringement

Having prevailed on two previous charges, TiVo aims to take a bite out of Comcast once again. Comcast calls Rovi tech "increasingly obsolete."
Online Video News, Posted 12 Jan 2018

Turner and Hulu on AT&T/TW Merger: 'This Can't Close Fast Enough'

While the Time Warner-AT&T merger would great a behemoth entertainment company, Turner's CEO says it's needed to compete.
Online Video News, Posted 11 Jan 2018

Video: Will TV Broadcasters Follow Radio in Live Streaming More Content?

NAB's Skip Pizzi discusses the licensing, commercial, and strategic impediments to broadcasts networks adding full-time streaming of all content as most radio stations have done, and how that trajectory might change.
Short Cuts, Posted 18 Dec 2017

New Streaming Media Blog Coming in 2018

New blog will be the go-to destination for opinion, analysis, and insights into the entire online video ecosystem, from glass to glass.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Dec 2017

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