Telestream rolls out fast transcoder for OTT delivery; Encoding.com partners with Dolby for HD sound

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> Despite being acquired in December by Thoma Bravo, video encoding specialist Telestream has kept its innovation DNA intact, Monday announcing it was bringing a new tool to the increasingly hot over-the-top delivery market. Article

> Cloud-based Encoding.com has partnered with Dolby Laboratories to integrate Dolby Digital Plus within Encoding.com's platform. Article

> Brightcove today unveiled its Video Paywall Solution Framework at the 2012 NAB Show. Release

> Digital Rapids showcases media workflow breakthroughs, UltraViolet support with Transcode Manager 2.0. Release

> Broadcom competitor Entropic Communications, which in January bid for the set-top box system-on-a-chip (SoC) assets and intellectual property from bankrupt Trident Microsystems, has closed the deal. Article

> Synacor, which in February finally pulled off its IPO, today announced a deal with video, Internet and phone provider MetroCast Communications that will give MetroCast customers access to a new consumer-facing website showcasing TV and video content and more--the first big step in its TV Everywhere play. Article

> Brightcove has become a Certified Widevine Implementation Partner. Release

And finally... Granted, the U.S. Forest Service usually has bigger issues to deal with, but this got its attention because of its rather unique nature: How to dispose of six frozen cows stuck inside a Forest Service cabin, and more scattered outside, at 11,200 feet elevation? Article

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