You might love debating the pros and cons of React over coffee, but the developer next to you might prefer a more heads-down work environment.
Welcome to our very first interview here with Streaming Media West 2019, being held this year in Downtown Los Angeles at the Westin Bonaventure, actually an iconic hotel here in the city. In the last couple years we've come to you from Huntington Beach down by the water. But this year, we decided to move right up into the heart of the entertainment capital, Los Angeles. Today, I've got with me Tim Dougherty from Wowza.
Pillars. Core values. Building blocks. Whatever you call them, these structures are what keeps a company from (figuratively) collapsing.
Don’t want to use artificial intelligence (AI)? Afraid to try it, or suspicious of it taking over the world? Too bad… you’ve probably already employed it, and don’t even know it.
We've counted all the votes in the 2019 Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards, and today we're announcing the finalists—the top three vote-getters in each of our 28 categories.
Digging into the numbers, subsequent questions revealed that almost 50% of survey participants planned to implement a low-latency technology over the next 1–2 years, with over 50% seeking latency of under 5 seconds and 30% seeking latency of under 1 second.
Pokémon need to evolve to face the ever-growing strength of their opponents in the ring and in the wild. The same holds true for tech companies moving through their industry — as conditions of any market change, companies in that space need to grow to keep up with the pace and severity of those developments.
Video streaming is everywhere. We all have a camera in our pockets, and nearly anyone can live video chat with minimal barrier to entry. Today, the ability to connect to anyone in the world through video is easier than ever — and it will only get easier as technology advances.
Live Streaming the Seattle City Council 2019 Debates for Districts 3 & 7 for Facebook and YouTube.
Cloud and cloud transformation were among the dominant themes in Hall 14 at IBC2019, particularly as operators and service providers work out how to bridge the gap between broadcast and broadband.