Even though I normally don’t respond to other blog posts, Dan Rayburn’s post from this morning definitely deserves some comments (or a discussion panel during the next Streaming Media conference). Dan is a well-respected streaming media veteran, who has been deeply involved with the industry for the last decade.
Steve answers some crucial questions at AdMonsters Screens in this interview.
“What are the biggest opportunities and challenges in this multi-screen world”, and “How are you driving consumer engagements across …
Sveriges Television AB deployed an interesting approach to enable AIR video playback on their HTML site. Since Android’s native web video stack is still fragmented across different versions, and lacks …
An amazing video about the history and the success of Adobe Pass, and how it changed the broadcast world.
Approximately 98 percent of pay TV households in the U.S. are …
Adobe Media Server 5 features support for closed captioning. But why is it important, and what are the options?
This year accessibility with closed captioning became a critical component for online video with the The Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA).
Besides the jump itself, did YouTube just set a world record for the live streaming of the Red Bull Stratos free jump? Very likely if the stats on the YouTube page are accurate. Important is the metric concurrent viewers, rather than views. Concurrent streams truly test the backend infrastructure, and are normally a lot less than views.
Live stream of Felix Baumgartner trying to do a freefall jump from 120,000 feet (=36.576 km) with supersonic speed, which happening right now. It appears to use YouTube’s live streaming …