How Old Media is Embracing Online Video and New Media
This session will discuss how converging media technologies are redefining traditional distribution methods; how interactive and on-demand services are changing; and how entertainment and news video is being consumed.
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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.
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.
How to: Building a DASH264 Client
The MPEG-DASH specification promises to unify the field and provide a ubiquitous format that can be used by most devices. This technical session explores how to build a DASH264 player.
A Brief History of Netflix Streaming Technology
Netflix started streaming in 2007 with an Internet Explorer plugin that hosted Windows Media Player. Today, there are more than 80 million active Netflix devices including smartphones, tablets, game consoles, and connected TV’s.
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.