Streaming Video

You're Free! So Cut the Cord and Save Money Like the Millennials Do.

A growing number of households are ditching their cable and satellite bills for good.

Eric Samson

Top 3 Reasons to Cut the Cord

The best streaming services put the power in your hands to pay only for what you watch.

Eric Samson

A TV Channel for Dogs -- Yes, Really -- Just Got Some Wagging Validation

Almost everyone's pooch can now enjoy this subscription channel, which is taking over cable like some sort of doggone HBO.

Joan Oleck

The Year of the Video: 5 Ways to Master a New Must-Do

Video accounts for approximately three-quarters of all web traffic. Get started with platforms that make it easy to package high-quality visuals and distribute across multiple channels.

How to Make Room for Video in Your Content Strategy

Start small, focus on quality and use modern methods to get the most out of this powerful communication tool.

Samuel Edwards

Instagram Observes Snapchat, Does It Better

Instagram Live borrows concepts from Facebook and Snapchat, making smart adjustments to further engage its growing user base.

Lesya Liu

20 Ways to Grow Your YouTube Live Audience

Your YouTube channel allows you to build a top-quality live-event series that connects with viewers.

Eric Siu

Building a Live-Video Streaming Studio Isn't Close to as Expensive as You Think

For fewer zeroes than you think, you can give your content an authentic immediacy and put your audience right in the middle of the action.

Peter Daisyme

Why You Need to Start Video Marketing Now

The trend is clear: Video in myriad forms is the future of communications. Get your business out ahead of the curve.

Sam Oh

Amazon Announces a Simple Way to Put Your Videos on its Platform

Amazon Video Direct will give you a variety of ways to stream your videos, including rentals, purchases and Amazon Prime.

Devindra Hardawar

Redbox Close to Launching Its Second Attempt at a Streaming Service

Redbox Digital will offer streams for purchase or rent, as opposed to Netflix's unlimited model.

David Murphy

Netflix Admits to Lessening Video Quality on Verizon, AT&T Phones

The company said it had been doing this for five years to protect customers from exceeding their mobile data limits.

Reuters