Sports Streams Jump to 4K, But Consumers Need to Catch Up: Video
Even people with broadband connections and 4K TVs may not be getting 4K video, as the average live stream today is 720p says NeuLion. But bigger pipes are worth the investment.
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Whistle Sports Says Focus on the Story, Avoid Clickbait
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VR Is a Marathon Not a Sprint, Road to Adoption Will Take Years
In this Streaming Media East interview, Joel Espelien of The Diffusion Group explains most people are getting virtual reality's future wrong.
Bring Live Events Online: Yahoo Offers Tips for Companies
Working with the NFL, Live Nation, the MLB, and more, Yahoo has become a live video giant. Here's what it tells brands looking to scale live events online.
TV Ad Budgets Not Moving Online, as Buyers Demand Metrics
Publishers are creating premium online video to appeal to TV advertisers, says OgilvyOne, but ad buyers are taking a wait-and-see attitude.
Brand Tips for Working With Influencers: Don't Be a Buzzkill
We sat down with a vice president at Studio71 to learn how brands can get the best results when working with YouTube superstars. It might be hard, but learn to give up control.
Live Streaming Is Still Playing Catch-Up to TV, Says VDMS
At Streaming Media East, Verizon Digital Media Services acknowledged that TV still provides a better experience for live events, and latency is an issue.