How Much Latency Will Consumers Tolerate in NFL Live Streams?
Amazon's Keith Wymbs and Jim De Lorenzo discuss how they've met the challenges of improving latency in Amazon's Thursday night NFL broadcasts in this keynote from Streaming Media West 2017.
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How Can CDNs Measure and Improve QoE?
CBS Interactive's Zac Shenker and Level 3's Ryan Korte discuss the challenges of meeting heightened user QoE expectations for live streams in this clip from Streaming Media West 2017.
The Case for Edge Cloud Delivery
Fastly's Simon Wistow outlines the progression from "central" cloud to edge cloud for content delivery and explains the myriad benefits of moving to the edge.
How Will Machine Learning Impact the Media Supply Chain?
Google's Leonidas Kantothanassis explores the vast range of applications for machine learning in the media workflow and supply change in this clip from his Content Delivery Summit keynote.
AWS and NFL Put Up Big Numbers With Cloud's Agility and Speed
AWS CMO Keith Wymbs discusses the success of Amazon's Thursday Night Football broadcasts in his opening keynote at Streaming Media West 2017.
Why Scale and Distance Make It Harder to Deliver Low-Latency Streams
Wowza's James Jackson discusses the persisting challenges to delivering low-latency streams for large-scale events with far-flung live audiences and emerging strategies for meeting those challenges.
What New Content Management and QA Challenges Does HDR Create?
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group's Theron Trowbridge and Beamr's Dror Gill discuss how the proliferation of HDR will impact content delivery in the consumer entertainment market.