• Albert Lai's picture
    Albert Lai on March 24, 2015

    The first three months of 2015 have started in high gear for Brightcove, with colleagues participating in events across the globe: CES (Las Vegas), IBC MENA (Dubai), Mobile World Congress (Barcelona), CASBAA OTT Summit (Singapore), and SPORTEL (Miami). Read More →

  • Albert Lai's picture
    Albert Lai on February 20, 2015

    Continuing from my post yesterday, below are more insights and trends on the latest video distribution headlines that were discussed during a panel I participated on at Digital Entertainment World last week. Read More →

  • Albert Lai's picture
    Albert Lai on February 19, 2015

    Last week at Digital Entertainment World in Los Angeles, I had the opportunity to discuss several fun topics with industry peers David Gale, Greg Diefenbach, and Jeff Chi. We shared perspectives as part of the “Entertainment on the Go: Distribution Strategies for Video” session, in the form of rapid-fire reactions to a curated list of recent headlines. I’ve shared some of the topics and my responses with you. Read More →

  • Albert Lai's picture
    Albert Lai on November 21, 2014

    With Sony announcing details of its new cloud-based streaming service, PlayStation Vue, last week – designed to offer an internet-only TV package as a replacement for cable or satellite – the question on everyone’s mind now is: Will cloud-based TV services replace the current model of cable subscriptions? The transition to the cloud in video streaming has created waves of change for professional solutions, which have already turned the opportunity into a trend (though some may qualify it as an experimental one) towards ‘cable-less’ TV services. Read More →

  • Albert Lai's picture
    Albert Lai on October 7, 2014

    The international Broadcasting Convention (IBC) finished up last month, attracting a record crowd of over 55,000 attendees to Amsterdam. This renowned event allows attendees from all over the world to learn about developments that are shaping the industry, interact with the latest technology, and experience world-first product demonstrations. Read More →

  • Albert Lai's picture
    Albert Lai on September 30, 2014

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) unanimously ruled against the Sports Blackout Rule today, eliminating the rule that forces cable and satellite companies to black out any games that are also blacked out on local broadcast TV. Although the rule applied to all sports leagues, the National Football League (NFL) was the most vociferous opponent primarily because NFL games are still available on broadcast TV. Read More →

  • Albert Lai's picture
    Albert Lai on June 19, 2014

    This article originally appeared on June 13, 2014 in Streaming Media.  Read More →