Streaming Media discusses moving away from Flash and the alternatives. Viewers want better viewing experiences than ever, meaning CDNs have to stay one step ahead. This prompts a move to HTML5 delivery, an emphasis on live streaming, and a commitment to lower latency than ever before – with all this on any device.
This webinar will bring you up to date on the cutting edge of content delivery, with a focus on the following topics:
Why enterprise streaming professionals need to develop a strategy for transitioning away from Flash
From Flash-free to plugin-free: live encoding and playback on any device
Interactive live streaming: Live video and audio has turned away from broadcast towards two-way or multi-directional communication
Why an agnostic content delivery strategy is a must for live streaming inside the enterprise
Scalable distribution of ultra-low-latency live streams worldwide
The importance of utilizing solutions that can analyze the quality of the live streaming viewing experience
What latency can we expect from different online streaming technologies both current and upcoming? How can we achieve low latency at scale? Jamie Sherry and Mike Talvensarri from Wowzer take us through the status quo and answer questions from the audience at Streaming Media East.
Webinar: Thursday, December 7 – 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET / 19:00 GMT
Keith Weinberger from Limelight with colleague Charles Kraus discuss latency. As viewers spend more time online watching live and on-demand video content, broadcasters and content distributors are under increasing pressure to deliver an exceptional low-latency live video streaming and on-demand experience, on any device.
Join the video delivery experts from Limelight Networks when they share strategies for implementing a cost-effective solution at global scale, without sacrificing the quality your audiences expect. They will also discuss how to:
Deliver live video at 3 to 5 second latencies through HLS and DASH chunked streaming techniques or sub-second latencies through emerging WebRTC technology
Reach the widest possible audience with multi-device streaming
Optimize all points in your video workflow to ensure broadcast-quality experiences
REGISTER NOW for Overcoming the Latency Hurdle in Delivering Streaming Video.
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