Topic: streaming video technology
Disney is reportedly looking to sell off TrueX, an advertising tech firm it got as part of its $71 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox.
If Comcast ends up buying ad-supported streaming company Xumo, as has been reported, it could signal upcoming negative impacts for YouTube.
People in the TV industry have been talking about multi-tasking while watching TV forever. Sceenic's software brings the conversation to one screen.
AWS Elemental said that its MediaPackage service for packaging, encrypting and originating live video now works for on-demand video as well.
24i Media has been on an M&A hot streak lately, and Thursday it announced that it’s acquiring media technology provider StreamOne.
A trio of the world’s biggest networking companies are stepping back from media tech.
Ahead of its member event hosted by principal member Viacom in New York City this week, the Streaming Video Alliance welcomed Google to its ranks.
Comcast Technology Solutions used the NAB Show this week to roll out a trio of new products.
NBC’s broadcast of Super Bowl 52 was interrupted during the first half by a 15- to 20-second blackout.
With CEOs and reporters routinely asking him whether broadband speeds of 10 gigabytes per second are really necessary, CableLabs chief executive Phil McKinney turned to a go-to page in his playbook: he had a short-form video made.