The companies on this list are the ones fundamentally responsible for enabling this seismic shift in entertainment and the enterprise.
Medford, N.J. (PRWEB) October 06, 2015
Streaming Media magazine and StreamingMedia.com, the leading publication and website focused on online video, announced the annual list of the 100 Companies That Matter Most in Online Video.
The Top 100 list recognizes companies which have had a significant impact on the online video ecosystem. “Out of all the companies delivering technologies and services in the streaming media industry, these are the 100 that our editorial team determined to be the most innovative, influential, and important,” says Streaming Media editor Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen. “They show an industry reaching maturity, as OTT has become mainstream in the home and video is far and away the preferred method of messaging in the corporate, government, and education sectors. The companies on this list are the ones fundamentally responsible for enabling this seismic shift in entertainment and the enterprise.”
The Streaming Media 100 list compiles the most interesting, important, and influential companies in online video and includes a variety of companies, from small to large. The list helps to show where the industry is headed and which companies are driving that movement.
Here are just a few of the companies that made this year's Streaming Media 100 list:
AJA Video Systems
Blonder Tongue Laboratories
Float Left Interactive
Osprey by Variosystems
Many of the Top 100 will be present at Streaming Media West (http://www.streamingmedia.com/West), being held November 17–18, in Huntington Beach, Calif. Some will be speaking, and others, exhibiting on the show floor. Event attendees can meet them and discover, firsthand, the impact they are having on streaming media.
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 West, Streaming Media East, Content Delivery Summit, and Live Streaming 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.