Biography for Jim O'Neill
Jim O'Neill is the editor of FierceOnlineVideo and FierceIPTV. He has more than 30 years of experience writing, editing and managing daily newspapers. He's also an entrepreneur, having founded an alternative weekly newspaper, a coffee roasting and distribution company and a strength and conditioning consultancy that uses online video to train athletes worldwide. He is based in Michigan and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articles by Jim O'Neill
Piksel, the company formerly known at KIT digital, Saturday announced it had agreed to allow Olympusat Telecom to become a reseller of its online video platform.
It's been a busy week at the International Broadcasting Convention for video systems specialist Edgeware, which announced a new customer--Belgacom, the largest telco in Belgium--a new product and a new record for streaming density.
Brightcove, one of the first--and largest--online video platforms in the world, is changing the way it does business, responding, it says, to changes in the marketplace.
AMSTERDAM – iStreamPlanet, a multi-platform video-workflow solutions provider, has announced the general availability of its cloud-based live video workflow platform, Aventus.
AMSTERDAM – HEVC/H.265, the new video codec that's in the process of rolling out across the digital video ecosystem, is critical to the growth of over-the-top and mobile video, said Eric Grab, vice president of technology for Rovi Corp.
Swiss over-the-top TV provider Wilmaa is using Elemental Technologies' Elemental Live systems to stream 82 live linear television channels, including 8 HD channels, Elemental Thursday announced at the International Broadcasting Convention.
One of the world's top 5 telcos, Telefónica, has tapped Elemental Technologies to provide file transcoding and system management for its Global Video Platform (GVP) video-on-demand (VOD) network.
Encoding specialist Elemental Technologies Thursday announced it had signed a deal with Australia's Access Digital Entertainment to power two new streaming services.