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Our industry-defining list takes a slightly new format for 2018. Here are the 50 most important companies in the online video industry, the ones leading us into the future. Making it onto the list is now even more of a challenge, as it should be.
We need to constantly remind ourselves that every bit of data, each frame of video, encoding setting, network connection, and playback platform leads up to a very real experience for the viewer.
This year’s IBC Show was truly a battle over whose low-latency service would race to the top of the heap first. For Wowza Media Systems, they feel the advantage lies in the fact that low latency is something they’ve been specializing in since day one.
Presentation from Wowza Senior Product Manager, Jamie Sherry from IBC Show 2018 in the Microsoft Azure Content Pavilion.
Company to demonstrate new Ultra Low Latency service, WebRTC functionality, SRT workflows and real-time production capabilities for social streaming. GOLDEN, Colo. - Sept 11, 2018—During the 2018 International Broadcasting Convention (...Read More
We are happy to introduce the newest addition to the Skystorm Production Truck; the Wowza ClearCaster. This dedicated live stream encoder is a game changer for Facebook live streaming, plus it looks fantastic in the rack.
Wowza Media Systems has announced support of Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (MPEG-DASH) nDVR to its Wowza Streaming Engine software, with a new update to version 4.7.6.
New playback options available with update of Wowza Streaming Engine version 4.7.6 GOLDEN, Colo – August 6, 2018 – Wowza Media Systems today announced support of Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (MPEG-DASH) nDVR to its award-winning ...Read More
30 seconds of hurt: delays in live streams have caused World Cup confusion, with nearby cheers on more up-to-date streams giving the game away. But broadcasters are working to cut down latency issues.