StreamingMedia.com Honors the Best of NAB 2013

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Adobe, Canon, Envivio, Matrox, and StudioCoast impressed our editors, standing out in a crowded field. Check out the video from our awards broadcast.

With all the product announcements being made at NAB, we thought it was time to highlight the ones that stood out among all the noise.

At this year’s National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas, Streaming Media presented its first annual “Best of NAB” awards. Editor Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen presented the awards live on Wednesday, April 10 in a webcast that was streamed live by Teradek and Ustream; segments can be viewed at http://go2sm.com/bestof2013.

The winners are:

  •     Adobe Primetime: A comprehensive platform that lets broadcasters stream their content online and monetize it.
  •     Canon XA25: A camcorder with impressive Wi-Fi features and an attractive price.
  •     Envivio Halo Experience Server: A way for cable and satellite operators to offer customers far more online features, without a large capital investment.
  •     Matrox Monarch HD: A small appliance that brings together recording and streaming from an HDMI input, controllable from any device with a web browser.
  •     StudioCoast vMix: Mixing software for HD and SD video at a low price.

“With all the product announcements being made at NAB, we thought it was time to highlight the ones that stood out among all the noise,” said Schumacher-Rasmussen. “All of these products share one thing in common: They represent innovative solutions to help online video content publishers and producers more effectively deliver and monetize their content.”

The judges for the Best of NAB Awards were Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen, Troy Dreier, Shawn Lam, and Tim Siglin.

About Streaming Media Magazine
Streaming Media magazine is the leading publication discussing all forms of online video technology and business models. The magazine also administers and hosts the annual Streaming Media East, Streaming Media West and Content Delivery Summit conferences. Each of these properties is solely focused on giving attendees the chance to see and hear the best and the brightest minds in the online video industry — at the podium, in the Exhibit Hall, and among the attendees. For more information about the magazine, its editorial calendar, its events or Streaming Media magazine in general, please visit us on the web at http://www.streamingmedia.com, or on Twitter at @StreamingMedia (http://twitter.com/StreamingMedia). The StreamingMedia.com website (which is updated daily) and Streaming Media magazine are properties of Information Today, Inc.

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