Online Video

Ovid Technologies, a Wolters Kluwer business and provider in electronic medical, scientific, and academic information research solutions, has announced a new partnership with Primal Pictures, creator of a 3D model of human anatomy, to provide access to three-dimensional interactive human anatomy animation, including video, through its Ovid Web Gateway search and discovery platform.

Posted May 12, 2006

TACODA, a behaviorally-targeted online advertising network, and Tremor Network, a provider of rich media and online video advertising, have announced the introduction of an in-stream video advertising solution, allowing advertisers to more accurately target their online video campaigns to users.

Posted May 09, 2006

Sonic Foundry Inc., a provider of automated rich media communications technology, has announced new capabilities to Mediasite.com.

Posted May 09, 2006

dotPhoto, a provider of photo, video, and multimedia sharing and storage applications, and services for wireless and online users, has announced the closing of a $3.5 million second-round equity commitment from Edison Venture Fund and Sycamore Ventures.

Posted May 09, 2006

Brightcove, a provider of Internet TV, has announced it is making the standard edition of its Internet TV service available through a Fr*e, open commercial preview.

Posted May 02, 2006

Until I heard that preacher fart, I was never much of a believer in user-generated media. I don’t mean garden variety user-generated content (UGC), which embraces blogs, a few digital photo postings, and the endless scrolls of reader comments. I’ve always believed that community interaction is a more important part of the online mix than most traditional publishers admit. I’m talking about the more ambitious amateur media making, that vox populi revolution the Internet was supposed to spark. I was here in 1998 to see the crash and burn of so many attempts to organize garage bands and personal Webcam shows into populist big media rivals. The eternal democratic fantasy was that accessible digital media and free distribution would at long last unleash the people’s (always, the people’s) creativity in personal media-making.

Posted May 02, 2006

Baffled by the difference between .3gp, .3gp2, .avi, .dv, .mpg, .mpg4, .mov .mqv, .wmv, .asf? Hung up on how to upload these pesky digital video formats into your business Web site, blog, eBay account, or online store? Unsure whether your format plays nice with your customers’ preferred players? Well, the mystifying business of publishing digital video content online just got a whole lot easier.

Posted May 01, 2006

Maven Networks, Inc., a provider of high-resolution video delivered via the Internet to PCs, TVs and portable devices, and thePlatform, a provider of digital video publishing solutions, are partnering to provide Internet TV solutions.

Posted Apr 28, 2006

SirsiDynix, a provider of strategic technology solutions for libraries, has announced a worldwide technology agreement with Serials Solutions, a business unit of ProQuest Information and Learning and a provider of eresource access and management services.

Posted Apr 28, 2006

Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC), has partnered with ClearChannel and Critical Mention, a Web-based television news search and broadcast monitoring service syndicating streaming video news from broadcasters on TMCNet.com.

Posted Apr 25, 2006

NewTek, Inc., manufacturer of video and 3D animation products, has announced VT[5] LIVE!, an integrated production suite that offers live switching and Web streaming of up to 24 cameras or external computers.

Posted Apr 25, 2006

Telestream, a provider of file-based workflow automation solutions for the broadcast and entertainment industry, has announced two new products as well as enhancements to its FlipFactory software product line.

Posted Apr 18, 2006

The opening of the 2006 Winter Olympics was a picture of postmodernism. The athletes pointed still, phone, and video cameras back at the world watching them. It is interesting so many chose to be chroniclers of the moment rather than simply experience the fact they are living history. Yet, as each Olympics offers a time-lapse look at how humans push the boundaries of physical achievement forward—for me embodied in the women’s halfpipe snowboarding competitors, who only four years ago barely met TV cameras head on and now soar high above them—they provide similar insight into the way technology and the coverage of the events changes as well.

Posted Apr 12, 2006

Atom Entertainment, Inc., a broadband entertainment provider, and Verizon Wireless, operator of a wireless broadband network, have announced a multi-year exclusive agreement to bring AtomFilms original short-form entertainment to V CAST customers.

Posted Apr 11, 2006

According to a new forecast from IDC, Internet video services will generate over $1.7 billion in revenues by 2010, an increase of more than $1.5 billion from 2005 totals.

Posted Apr 11, 2006

Vimio, a provider of media distribution solutions and content to Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), has announced the availability of JukeBox, an application to deliver Live TV, full track music, video, karaoke, ringtones, true tones, Java games, audio books, and other mobile content over 2.5G, EDGE, and 3G networks using one common platform.

Posted Apr 11, 2006

Eyespot Corp. has announced the availability of the beta version of an online video editing and remixing community, where consumers can upload, edit, mix together, and share video clips, audio files or photos in one place online.

Posted Apr 11, 2006

MeeVee, a developer of personalized video entertainment search and discovery experiences for consumers on the Internet, has announced the official launch of the MeeVee.com destination site.

Posted Apr 07, 2006

WebSideStory, Inc., a provider of on-demand digital marketing and customer analysis applications, has announced the launch of HBX Analytics 3.5, which expands the dimensions of analysis beyond the tracking of traditional HTML content to include streaming media and mobile device user behavior.

Posted Apr 07, 2006

Global Media Services (GMS) has announced that it has acquired the intellectual property, software applications, and streaming media services infrastructure assets of Vancouver based VFX Digital Solutions, a provider of digital media services, in an all cash transaction.

Posted Apr 07, 2006

blinkx has announced a content partnership with Revver Inc., a service that allows video creators to distribute, track, and monetize their original videos anywhere online.

Posted Apr 04, 2006

Movielink, a broadband video-on-demand (VOD) service, has announced an expansion of its service, enabling consumers to buy movie downloads online in addition to renting them for 24 hours.

Posted Apr 04, 2006

Lycos, Inc., a media destination for creators and consumers of content, has announced the launch of Lycos Phone, a VoIP softphone application that combines entertainment features, powered by Globe7.

Posted Mar 31, 2006

Stratacache and Media Publisher Inc. have announced a partnership that will deliver a complete video publishing system for enterprises of all sizes.

Posted Mar 28, 2006

The IAB, in conjunction with its Broadband Committee and Measurement Task Force, has announced a call for “public comment” on a set of Broadband Video Commercial Measurement Guidelines.

Posted Mar 24, 2006

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