What’s in the News

From StreamingMedia.com

  1. How Vimeo Pivoted Away From Original Content and Found its Niche - Just a few years back Vimeo was preparing to follow Netflix with an indie-minded SVOD service. But new management and a new strategy helped it find a stronger market: video creators.
  2. Treetop Companies With Weak Sales Rule the Online Video Ecosystem - Many of the industry's biggest names are in a rut, generating income but nowhere near where they want to be. A management advisor explains how to make hard choices, reorganize, and grow.
  3. Sling TV Readies its Offerings for the Coming SVOD Onslaught - Dish Network's live streaming service tackles mass personalization and aggregation in an effort to create something viewers can't get anywhere else.
  4. Sky: Personalization is a Powerful Proposition - In this Streaming Forum keynote preview, Sky portfolio & program manager Deepa Kutty shares the broadcaster's current and future plans for targeted programming and advertising
  5. iOS Multicam Streaming Recording Video Quality Showdown - With the addition of Cinamaker to the field of contestants I discussed in my July 2018 iOS Head to Head article-Switcher Studio and Teradek Live:Air Action?I set out to determine which app would deliver the best video quality for live streaming and live recording.
  6. A Video Codec Licensing Update - The fragmented, frustrating future of HEVC licensing dominated discussion at the Media Coding Industry Forum's recent meeting, which attempted to influence licensing for the upcoming Versatile Video Codec.
  7. DAZN CTO: OTT Will Replace Broadcast TV - In this Streaming Forum keynote preview, DAZN Group CTO Florian Diederichsen talks about the future of OTT and the sport SVOD service's rapid growth: "Our vision is to do for sport what Spotify has done for music and Netflix has done for TV."
  8. CES 2019: D2C in 1, 2, 3 - With Apple, Warner, and Disney prepare to launch direct-to-consumer (D2C) offerings, other streaming services might struggle to keep up. At CES, executives from YouTube, Hulu, FandangoNow, Tubi, and others offered suggestions on how to compete.
  9. CES 2019: How Will Blockchain Reinvent Media? - Whether ensuring creators get paid, content stays locked down, or personal data is treated like intellectual property, blockchain offers solutions to some of digital media's biggest challenges, according to a CES panel.
  10. CES 2019: The Future of TV - ABC News, Twitter, PBS, and MAGNA talked about how old media turns new challenges into opportunites at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, leveraging new types of content and data to increase engagement and monetization

From BeetTV.com

  1. Brand Safety Is Better, Prices Must Reflect That: GroupM’s Montgomery
  2. In-House Or Out? A Spectrum Of Options: MightyHive’s Kim
  3. Subscription Fatigue is Coming: Telaria’s Zagorski
  4. USC’s Jeff Cole Evaluates Streaming Services, Trend Toward Movie Ticket Subscriptions
  5. Legacy TV Sales Systems Need Immediate ‘Progress,’ Not Disruption: Furious Corp.’s White
  6. Transparency, Speed Driving CTV And OTT Growth: Telaria’s Lowy
  7. How GroupM Counsels News-Averse Brands: Schiekofer
  8. Mapping Identity is the “Holy Grail” in the Advanced Television Universe — Coming into Focus on March 5 at Beet Forum
  9. Sleep Number Is First To Use BrightLine’s New Single-Click Ad Format On Hulu
  10. SVOD Growth is Driving Brands To News Sites: UM Worldwide’s Content Chief Gaul

From GigaOM.com

Posted by Chuck Ebbets   @   23 August 2011


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