Recent Posts tagged with Adobe Flash

ESPN.com Revamps Streaming Player

ESPN.com has taken its video player to the next level with faster time to playback, dynamic streaming up to 720p, closed caption support, a new look and a new third-party streaming provider that will allow the ESPN Digital Media group to focus more on enhancements to the overall experience instead of the core elements of […]  More

Potential Rise of HTML5 Highlights Streaming Media East

This year’s Streaming Media East show was dominated by talk of the seemingly inevitable rise of HTML5 as well as the need to deliver video to multiple devices without having to encode for each individually. Other highlights — both on the exhibit floor and in the conference rooms at the New York Hilton this week […]  More

Adobe, thePlatform Team Up To Enhance Flash

Adobe Systems and thePlatform have announced a new alliance involving the delivery of online and mobile content with secure video management and publishing services for media publishers utilizing the Adobe Flash Platform. As part of the alliance, the companies will integrate the power of thePlatform’s mpx video management system with the Adobe Flash Platform, leveraging Adobe Flash […]  More

Level 3 Scores Big in Spain With World Cup Streaming

The massive online viewership of the 2010 FIFA World Cup has gone a long way in proving the viability of streaming live sporting events in the U.S. However, this phenomenon is not limited to the States: Level 3 Communications and Spanish broadcaster Telecinco have posted record-breaking numbers for their HD streaming of the World Cup. […]  More

CBS Enhances Popular March Madness On Demand

March Madness On Demand (MMOD), one of the most successful streaming events in the world, will include even more on-demand features for the 2010 edition of the product. This year’s player will again offer a standard version of the video player, with the option to upgrade to an enhanced video stream. For the first time, […]  More

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