Ooyala, the Mountain View-based online video services company founded by several ex-Googlers, is providing customers the ability to publish YouTube clips into the publishing system and on an Ooyala player.
Two tech blog powerhouses, TechCrunch and GigaOM, are readying ambitious original online video programming.
LOS ANGELES — While much of the industry's attention was on yesterday's announcement of Google TV, a small Georgia based company has been making considerable progress in bringing IPTV to the living room by integrating its service with existing cable gear.
SAN FRANCISCO — Interactive video technology provider Coincident TV is landing both early buzz and deals: the platform provider just inked a deal with Fox's hit show "Glee" to power its interactive video player.
Kyte, the San Francisco-based online video services provider, announced today an Android application framework and SDK allowing publishers to easily create custom apps for the Android.
Blip.tv, the New York-based online video services site, has raised $10.1 million in new venture funding, the company announced this morning.
With the imminent launch of Flash Player 10.1, Adobe will provide publishers with tools to dramatically reduce bandwidth costs with a new peer-to-peer system, explains Kevin Towes, Product Manager of Adobe Flash Media Server, in this exclusive interview with Beet.TV.
While the Adobe vs. Apple, Flash vs. HTML5 struggle rages on, engineers at Adobe are readying the debut of the Flash 10.1 player on Android-powered smart phones. The player is also working on a Google Android tablet, according to some reports.
LOS ANGELES — Yesterday, the Cable Show got underway and the big buzz is interactivity–how cable programmers and operators can make shows more involving to viewers getting used to a Web experience.
Later this summer, we can expect to see wider implementation of Microsoft Silverlight as two of the bigger online video platform companies Ooyala and Kaltura ready video players for their customers.
Kyte, a San Francisco-based online video platform company, announced today the integration of its video player and tools into Facebook with a product it calls the Facebook Application Framework.
Delivering a high quality, non-buffering video experience has become essential for distributors of premium content online. To assure a satisfactory experience, several networks, including NBC, ESPN3, AT&T, MLB.com, NFL.com, and ABC.com, are working with Conviva, a San Mateo, venture-backed company.
SAN JOSE, California –Exploding bandwidth consumption resulting from HD and 3-D video, gaming, and teleconferencing will create unprecedented demands on Internet services providers.
LAS VEGAS — Much has been said about the looming showdown over software dominance to run video on the Web between Adobe's Flash and HTML5, an "open source" solution which is gaining traction. HTML5 is one of the emerging standards for the iPad and iPhone which don't use Flash.
LAS VEGAS–Last week at NAB, Microsoft made a number of announcements for Silverlight, its rich Web plug-in technology.
LAS VEGAS — Demand for bandwidth at Akamai reached a new, single-day peak of 3.45 Terabits per second (Tbps) of content served on Friday, April 9th, the company says.
With a vast amount of international travel halted as a result of the volcanic ash coming from Iceland, video teleconferencing will rise in the days and weeks ahead.
LAS VEGAS — Tom Leighton, co-founder and chief scientist of Akamai, says that television content will delivered primarily over the Internet in rich, interactive forms.
While a number of publishers and video service providers are scrambling to create a system to insert and manage ads around video for the iPad, Kyte has a system in place, according to Gannon Hall, COO.
Irdeto, the Netherlands-based provider of content authentication services to media companies and others, made two big announcements at NAB this week.