Broadcast Live With an OTT : Key Challenges

Broadcast Live With an OTT : Key Challenges

OTT has become a buzzword in online and entertainment world during the past year. Due to its quick market surge, it is no wonder that many live broadcasters and video publishers want to jump on the OTT bandwagon (choo-choo!). According to a recent Juniper...
Live and on-demand video in 2016

Live and on-demand video in 2016

This was a pretty dynamic year for the online video industry. Statistics are showing that the usage growth of live and on-demand video surpassed all expectations. This year more than 83% of consumers watched on-demand video (source), Netflix squired more than 69...
Cut the Cord: How Much Video is Too Much?

Cut the Cord: How Much Video is Too Much?

It looks like in 2016, 20% of cable viewers will ditch their current cable subscription services and take their first steps towards becoming fully-fledged members of the cord cutting community. Plus, a recent study carried out by eMarketer predicts that by 81% of US...
Portability Matters as More

Portability Matters as More

As traditional television viewing habits are changing, more and more people are cutting the cord when it comes to pay TV and landlines. Known as cord cutters, this new wave of entertainment hungry viewers are turning to lower cost OTT services by rigging their homes...

The GIVE Project Aims to Push HTML5 Video Forward

A critical step in the development of online video took place today at CES, as several members of the GIVE Project held a panel discussion to state their intentions. This is likely the first many have heard of the GIVE Project, as it released its launch press release...
When Putting Lecture Videos Online

When Putting Lecture Videos Online

Lecture videos are a cornerstone of educational media because there is both real demand for and utility in recording and serving them. But it’s worth asking: Is anyone watching them, or paying attention when they do? Just like 100-page-long reading assignments, when...