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Net Neutrality, Meet Video

Net neutrality is the idea that Internet service providers (ISPs) like telephone and cable companies should not discriminate or charge differently for types of data, users, or attached equipment. It is the Internet we now know. In the U.S. this principle has set the stage for a fierce battle between ISPs and growing businesses, small

Why free software does not always pay off
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Free Is Just Another Word for Something You Can Lose

The world is full of free software tools, including tools for video. When anyone can just throw up a video on YouTube or Vimeo, why are we at Kaltura committed to building our own video platform? The biggest problem with the free platforms is that they were built with the consumer in mind. They’re great

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Video Killed The Couch Potatoes – Introducing attracTV

This guest post is authored by Tzahi Sofer, CEO of attracTV. attracTV is a Kaltura Technology Partner and the first vidget (video widget) platform – Whether it’s social viewing, commercial transactions, searching for program-related information or any other interactive content, vidgets give publishers, advertisers and developers tools to engage viewers while they watch a video, and all these

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Kaltura Community Edition Case Study – StreamUK Launching Enterprise Grade Kaltura CE based Video Platform.

This is a guest post by Duncan Burbidge, Co-Founder and CEO of StreamUK, a UK based webcasting and digital media company.   StreamUK was founded in 2001 to provide digital media solutions and back then you did everything yourself.  After 7 years of trying to match the increasing pace of technological development, the decision was

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Adobe’s Flash Focus Change Followup – The Flex SDK

Following this week’s announcement by Adobe to halt development of Flash for mobile browsers, the Adobe Flex product managers have just announced that they will be making significant changes in the Flex SDK – “…we are planning to contribute the Flex SDK to an open source foundation…” “… Flex SDK feature development will continue under a new governance

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Is Flash Dead? The Age Of The Plugin-Less Web

Many may have found the latest news rocking, shocking, or maybe as a “little too late”… In case you didn’t follow the news yesterday, Danny Winokur, VP of Interactive Development at Adobe made the following announcement: “We will no longer continue to develop Flash Player in the browser to work with new mobile device configurations (chipset, browser,