Presenting our fifth-annual list of the most important companies in the European online video market. This is one to bookmark.
This year marks our 8th annual Streaming Media Europe Readers’ Choice Awards, and what a change since 2009. For those first awards, we had 12 categories, for which more than 200 nominations were submitted. In 2016, we have 18 categories and a total of 381 nominees.
The modern newsroom is facing growing challenges for how to cover conflicts around the world. Via Mashable.
It's the most prestigious honor in the online video industry, because it's decided by thousands of StreamingMedia.com voters. Read on to see which companies are taking home a Readers' Choice Award.
Remember that Willy Wonka scene where the chocolate bar time travels from one side of the room to another after being broken apart? Well, that’s the basic (and gloriously oversimplified) function of a video encoder!
More than 40 industry professionals gathered for the latest edition of the SVG College Regional Event series, SVG College: Alabama at the University of Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium on Wednesday.
WebRTC is a free, open project that provides browsers and mobile applications (e.g. Chrome, Opera, and Firefox) with real-time communication capabilities over peer-to-peer networks, using simple APIs and without plugins or apps. Here, we detail two innovative integrations and use cases of WebRTC to enable low-latency streams.
It's up for discussion who won the final debate of the election, but there was a clear winner Wednesday in the battle of live-streaming services.
Wowza Media Systems™, the leading software and cloud-based services provider that continuously simplifies the complexities of high-quality video and audio streaming, creates disruptive technologies for delivering video and audio streams to any screen, from computers to televisions to mobile devices. At Wowza Media Systems, 98 percent of employees say their workplace is great.
IBC 2016 is bringing companies together, or at least NewTek and Wowza Media Systems, as the two have announced a collaboration on the MDS media encoding and live streaming video delivery platform. A fully integrated hardware and software system, the MDS merges NewTek’s live production technology with Wowza’s streaming software in a 1RU footprint.