Here’s a list of all the releases I saw from streaming media vendors for last week. JetBlue Adds MLB.TV Streaming, Taking Live Baseball to the Skies Thomson Video Networks Partners With Dolby Laboratories and STMicroelectronics for HEVC Delivery Amazon Web Services Announces AWS Device Farm Destiny Media Announces Summer Clipstream Release Featuring Video Encoding in the Cloud from Any Computer or Device Netflix added to Netgem ’s TV Platform, service is now live in the Nordics and Latin America Sony partners with Twitch , the leading social platform for gamers MediaMelon and Media Excel Collaborate to Enhance OTT Video Quality and Streaming Efficiency Telchemy ‘s New VQmon 4.1 Analyzes Encrypted OTT Video Streams and UHD Video bitdash 3.0 – Added Support For Apple HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) And Reduced Price Winning Gold with ATEME – ATEME Kyrion Selected for 2015 Pan American Games Distribution Mobile Video Clip Startup Whipclip Grabs $40M Solveig Multimedia launches Zond 265 3.0 with seamless HEVC stream validation
Here’s a list of all the releases I saw from streaming media vendors for this week. Channel Master Adds Live Internet Channels to DVR+ Platform Float Left Interactive and Gaiam TV Partner to Deliver New Streaming Experience on the Roku Platform Amazon Updates CloudFront To Offer Additional Control Over Content Caching Salient Systems Announces CompleteView V4.5 with Web Client Cross Browser and H.264 Support and Dynamic Video Management Tools Samsung , Pearl TV and Sinclair Broadcast Group Announce MOU to Speed Development and Implementation of Next-Gen Broadcast UHDTV Standards Limelight Networks Simplifies the Delivery of Digital Files for Software and Device Manufacturers Digitalsmiths Releases Their Q1 2015 Video Trends Report Lufthansa Technik and Panasonic Avionics Joint Venture, IDAIR GmbH, Selects INSIDE Secure’s DRM Fusion Solution for Its In-Flight Movie Service VITEC Continues Leadership in HEVC Streaming Market With Portable HD/SD HEVC Decoding Appliance Adelphic Brings Connected TV Inventory to Programmatic Buyers Drexel University LeBow College of Business Selects Mediasite Join by Sonic Foundry for Videoconference Capture MCN and AOL Bring Together Data, Technology and Media to Create Programmatic TV Marketplace uStudio Video Platform Now Available in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace Mobli Media Launches EyeIn For Publishers: Creating A New Visual Media Source By Reinventing Visual Content Search SpotXchange Chooses DeviceAtlas to Target Ads to Specific Devices New York Daily News Selects OpenX as Digital Advertising Platform Emmis Radio to Implement Triton Digital Streaming Audio Technology Vyopta Enhances Video Collaboration with the Release of Real Time Video Call Quality Monitoring Rubicon Project and Virool Extend Exclusive Alliance, Providing Buyers and Sellers with Significant New Premium Mobile Video Inventory YouTube Announces The Launch Of YouTube Newswire with Storyful Epiphan Announces AV.io HD – an Easy-to-use HDMI Video Grabber First Integration of Ooyala Video and Ad Tech Platforms Brings Premium Ad Feature Set to Ooyala Player, Unlocks Lost Revenue for Ooyala Customers Pandora Delivers Mobile Programmatic Solution to Advertisers BrightRoll Expands Technology Infrastructure to Drive Programmatic Video Growth in Asia Pacific Peer5 , a live streaming CDN that leverages WebRTC , now makes 1 server equal 20 Telestream Ships Tempo Time Adjustment Software The Mob Museum Captures and Streams Exhibits with Blackmagic Studio Cameras and ATEM Sonic Foundry Announces Expanded Video Capture, Deeper LMS Integration, Interactive Player
Busy week for news. Here’s a list of all the releases I saw from streaming media vendors for this week. Broadcom Adds HEVC to Set-top Box Chip Portfolio for Emerging Markets Adobe Releases Digital Index Q1 2015 Digital Video Report Elemental Enhances Content Delivery for Indonesia’s First Commercial OTT Service Harmonic Powers Pay TV and OTT Multiscreen Services for Indonesia’s PT Link Net Yahoo Puts Advertisers In Control with Independent Viewability and Fraud Verification AOL.com Launches New Experience Driven by Video and Mobile Growth Level 3 and Optus Announce CDN Collaboration Across Australia Telestream Ships New Lightspeed K80 Server for Vantage Products InMobi and Rubicon Project Enable Programmatic Buying of Native and Video Inventory on Mobile ATEME ’s TITAN solution powers leading UHD-HDReco-system NetDepot Jumps into CDN Market with On-Demand Content Distribution Network Asia Pacific Media Companies Adopt Aspera High-Speed Transfer Unified Streaming selected by maxdome for streaming MPEG-DASH and CENC from PlayReady encrypted content Varnish Plus Now Supports SSL/TLS comScore Introduces MobiLens Plus to Provide Combined Smartphone and Tablet Insights Tremor Video Adds 100 Publishers to its SSP in 100 Days ATEME offers a 4K live experience at the French Open IneoQuest and Anritsu Announce Partnership to Provide Advanced Analytics for Video Customer Experience Management (vCEM) National Football League and Yahoo Partner to Deliver First-Ever Global Live Stream of an NFL Game Qumu Announces New Developer Portal VideoBlocks Closes New $8M Funding Round to Expand Offerings to the Mass Creative Class Envivio Introduces Two New Hardware Platforms to Optimize Performance and Video Quality Extra flexible pricing: subscription tools come to Vimeo On Demand CreaTV Chooses Tightrope Media Systems for Online Video Distribution Sharp Shipping AQUOS 4K NEXT UltraHD TV featuring Espial HTML5 Client Technologies
Here’s a list of all the news I saw from streaming media vendors for last week, May 25th. Instart Logic Debuts Next-Generation Software-Defined Application Delivery Platform for Modern Applications Cedexis Announces Impact, Connects Website Performance To Online Business Results Siemens Convergence Creators Selects castLabs for DRM Video Protection Tata Sky selects Ericsson to enhance video services DIRECTV Successfully Launches Two Satellites Significantly Increasing HD and 4K Capacity Longsight and ShareStream Partner to Provide Video Platform Services Integrated with Learning Environments and Other Campus Systems Microsoft unveils new public previews for SQL Server 2016 and Azure Media Services Akamai and China Unicom Establish Strategic Cloud Services Partnership QUANTIL , initially launched as MileWeb , is officially launching its global Mobile Acceleration solution and Middle East presence Brightcove Announces Amazon Fire TV Web App Kit for Video Cloud Customers Gracenote Acquires Sports Data Firms, Launches “Gracenote Sports” Sandvine releases its latest Global Internet Phenomena Report focusing on North America and Latin America Accedo partners with Xstream Rentrak Introduces Rubik – The Most Comprehensive TV Analytics Platform Ever OpenText enables EIM Solutions for Microsoft Azure Apple certifies Prime Focus for iTunes content delivery Patch Selects OpenX as its Digital Advertising Platform Glide Live Video Messaging App Gets New Video Capture Features on iOS Imperva Unveils New Cloud Architecture to Maximize Protection of Data and Applications
Here’s a list of all the news I saw from streaming media vendors this week. Industry Leaders in the Online Video Ecosystem Converge in New York City for First Streaming Video Alliance General Member Meeting Instart Logic Announces $43 Million Expansion Funding Round MediaMelon Advances Video Streaming with Introduction of QBR Technology Contextual advertising platform Mediabong books $5 million in funding for U.S. expansion Streaming Media Hosting Announces Successful Live broadcast with iHeartMedia to over 500,000 fans Video Learning Company, Zaption , Announces $1.5 Million in Seed Funding All Mobile Video Chooses Barnfind ’s BarnOne Signal Transport Platform to Anchor Major Fiber Upgrade BrightLine Shares TV Industry’s First OTT Interactive Video Ad Benchmarks Imagine Communications Achieves Ericsson Mediaroom Approval for SelenioNext, Selenio MCP Technologies GeoEdge Unveils the Industry’s First Video Ad Verification Solution TV Titans Unite for Single, Powerful Voice on Video Advertising iSpot.tv Raises $21.9M to Accelerate TV Ad Measurement Brightcove Powers NationTV On-Demand in Thailand Videology and White Ops Unveil Partnership to Combat Bot Traffic and Non-Human Activity Across Campaigns, Devices Solbox provides server-side ad insertion solution for SMR Telstra selects Ericsson ‘s CDN solution for network delivered media Paris City Hall deploys ATEME ’s TITAN File Software Transcoder Mobile Live Streaming Startup FlyOnWall Raises $3 Million Amino acquires cloud-TV platform provider Booxmedia to strengthen “TV everywhere” offer FreeWheel Releases Q1 Video Monetization Report Imagine Communications Upgrades Daystar Television ’s Global Network to HD with End-to-End Broadcast Workflow Solution Rocket Fuel Doubles Performance With Next Gen AI for Programmatic Marketing Platform The Secure Content Storage Association (SCSA) Finalizes Specifications and Introduces “VIDITY” Brand Name Text-to-Video Technology Company Wibbitz Launches in the U.S
Here’s a list of all the news I saw from streaming media vendors this week. Fullscreen Acquires McBeard Media Tremor Video Adds Linear TV Inventory to Extend All-Screen Solution to the Big Screen Through Partnership with placemedia Brightcove Announces Major Updates to Core Products at PLAY 2015 Level 3 Introduces Adaptive Network Control Solution, Allowing Enterprise Customers to Access Applications Through Microsoft Azure IneoQuest Technologies and Verimatrix Partner to Simplify Online Video Quality Assurance Rovi Introduces Industry’s Most Robust Dynamic Entertainment Metadata Solution Qumu Extends Industry-Leading Video Delivery Capabilities French Tennis Federation serves up unbeatable website performance with CDNetworks Viblast Player solves HLS & DASH playback in HTML5 plugin-free Marshall B. Ketchum University Selects Mediasite by Sonic Foundry for Campus-Wide Lecture Capture 24i Media Launches Breakthrough 4K OTT TV App for Videoland Voddler Ships Vnet as a Standalone Product, Revolutionizing Streaming Video and User Viewing Experiences Around The World Cablevision Monterrey Selects Edgeware for Cloud DVR, Catch-up TV and Multiscreen Services Ramp Launches Ramp Multicast Engine at Microsoft Ignite Cloudinary Adds Cloud-Based Video Management To Its Developers Toolbox iflix Partners with Vimond to Revolutionise Asian Video on Demand Services
Here’s a list of all the news I saw from streaming media vendors for the week. Streaming Video Alliance Publishes Open Caching Guiding Principles and Attributes Rackspace Launches New Content Delivery Networking Service With Akamai iStreamPlanet Launches Aventus on CenturyLink Cloud Xstream partners with Cedexis Accenture and Oracle Form New Business Group to Help Customers Achieve Digital Transformation Goals in the Cloud Adobe Advances Integration of Big Data with Creative Content Exceda Announces Formal Launch of XCDN comScore and Kantar Announce Strategic Global Partnership to Accelerate Cross-Media Audience and Campaign Measurement Nielsen And Roku Form Industry-First Strategic Agreement To Advance Over-The-Top Audience Measurement Broadcom Announces Industry’s First Ultra HD Devices with NAGRA NOCS3 Security Certification ARRIS and Akamai Technologies Partner to Advance IP Video Delivery ChinaCache Launches SMS Live Streaming Platform PEGASYS Powers Its Flagship Encoding Software With DivX HEVC Comigo Partners With Broadpeak to Enhance TV Viewing Experience for Multiscreen Video Services BrightRoll Expands Suite of Mobile Video Solutions for Advertisers DVDO Introduces iScan Micro Cost-Effective 4K Ultra HD Video Enhancement System Orange Launches Innovative TV Device Powered by Espial HTML5 Client Technologies Path 1 Teams Up With bitmovin to Enhance Video Streaming Quality Float Left Interactive Partners with Brightline to offer Clients the Most Advanced OTT TV Ad Platform Datapath announces launch of the VisionSC-DP2 Dual Channel DisplayPort, 4k/60 Capture Card French Companies Take Lead on Worldwide Development of Next-Gen LTE Multicast
With the flurry of news that came out the week before at NAB, not much news came out this week involving streaming media vendors. Here are the few that I saw. ChinaCache Launches High Performance Cloud Cache, Leading the Content Delivery Network Industry into the Cloud Age OTT Viewing Experience Impacts Consumer Behavior and Drives Profitability, Conviva Report Finds Kaltura Unveils Turnkey ‘Big Screen’ Experience for Amazon Fire TV Samsung Integrates Giraffic ’s Adaptive Video Acceleration Technology into 2015 Smart TV Lineup Alcatel-Lucent Content Delivery Network Technology Selected by Wind To Support Its Launch Of Premium Video and TV Services In Italy Allegro DVT Introduces Keepixo, the Spin-off of its Broadcast Business Sonic Foundry Partners with QuickMobile to Develop Meeting Industry’s First Mobile App Certificate Program Limelight Helps ICV Digital Media Meet Growing Demand for Live Webcasting Wyplay Integrates V-Nova PERSEUS Video Compression Technology into Set-Top-Box Platform of Major Pay-TV Operator FilmTrack and Saffron Digital Partner to Support the Efficient Delivery of Premium Multi-Platform Video Services NAGRA Enables Starhub to Deliver Next Generation IPTV Offering to All-IP Fibre Network VisualOn Powers Multiscreen Red Bull TV Application Exponential Launches Proprietary Video Formats To Provide Single Brand Experience Across Multiple Screens
Here’s a recap of all the announcements from streaming media vendors that I saw for the week of April 6th. Lots of news to come next week at NAB. I’ll have a special NAB news round-up each day next week. DASH Industry Forum Publishes Version 3.0 of its Interoperability Guidelines Akamai Acquires Octoshape Encoding.com Launches the HYBRIDCLOUD Comcast Selects Elemental To Support Advanced DVR Services 72andSunny Partners with Aspera for Cloud-based Media Management and Collaboration Quickplay powers HOOQ – a joint venture between Singtel, Sony Pictures Television and Warner Bros.
Here’s a recap of all the announcements from streaming media vendors that I saw for the week of March 30th. We had three more labeled as “world’s first” and one as “ground breaking”. Vendors really should leave the marketing phrases out of the title of their releases and instead, use that space to better describe what the product/service actually is.