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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Twitter Sees 220X Growth in Video Views in Past Year
The short-form messaging platform is exploding with video, as brands and individuals rush to share clips. In this interview, a Twitter rep shares tips for brand success.
VR Producers Should Avoid Over-Hyping Their Products
It's still early days for VR, and creating heighted expectations will only lead to disappointment, says one VR executive. Still, the area is advancing every month.
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.
Whistle Sports Says Focus on the Story, Avoid Clickbait
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Panasonic Offers Cameras for Broadcast and Streaming Workflows
At Streaming Media East, the camera leader showed models that can adapt to network conditions when streaming over cellular, or encode 4K video and send it to Wowza.