Using YouTube as an Online Video Platform
As viewers continue to flock to YouTube, brands are reevaluating it as a practical alternative to costly online video platforms.
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Content Preparation and Transcoding for Multiscreen Delivery
With the introduction of adaptive streaming formats, a growing number of IP-enabled streaming boxes, and the proliferation of handheld devices, content owners face increasing challenges for multi-screen content preparation.
Online Distribution and Monetization Strategies for the TV Industry
The Internet has disrupted nearly every facet of the TV industry, from programming to distribution to audience. And while the networks still rule the living room, many of them are struggling to find their footing online.
The Future of Digital Entertainment in a Multiscreen World
This panel explores the evolution of data-driven product and distribution strategy for marquis media brands, including insight on the operational challenges associated with realizing an application-driven future.
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Your H.264 Encoder
At the recent Streaming Media East conference in New York City, encoding expert Robert Reinhardt (founder of VideoRx.com) told attendees what to look for when buying an H.264 encoder.
Choosing an Online Video Platform
This presentation will help attendees identify their requirements for an online video platform, with a particular focus on mobile and multi-channel scenarios.
Understanding the Significance of HEVC/H.265
The most recent video compression standard, HEVC / H.265, was placed into final draft for ratification earlier this year and is expected to become the video standard of choice over the next decade.