2011 Archive

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2011 Archive
2011 Archive
2011-12-30 - Eric Siemers of the Portland Business Journal reports that Urban Airship, Elemental Technologies and Puppet Labs represent the graduating class of Portland’s next wave of emerging startups.
2011-12-28 - Mike Rogoway of The Oregonian reports on the state of tech business in the region in his year end, year ahead wrap-up. Oregon technology spent 2011 on an upswing and the state's entrepreneurs attracted more investment than in any year since the dot-com era.
2011-12-27 - Todd Spangler of Multichannel News reports that Elemental Technologies, a provider of encoding solutions for multiscreen content, announced it has won more than 100 customers -- including Comcast, ESPN, HBO and Avail-TVN -- since launching its professional product line in 2010.
2011-12-14 - At the annual meeting of the Governor’s Office of Film and Television, Governor John Kitzhaber presented Elemental Technologies’ CEO Sam Blackman with this year’s award for Innovation in Media Arts.
2011-12-13 - "When it comes to streaming, the Elemental is pretty amazing!" Leo Laporte and Alex Lindsay give a shout out to Elemental as they wind up the weekly broadcast discussing all things Apple. You can find their discussion about Elemental solutions at the 1:40 mark (that's one hour and forty minutes).
2011-12-13 - Mike Rogoway of the Oregonian reports that Oregon's technology community is taking an active role in the race for Portland's next mayor. Elemental has hosted lunchtime forums for its employees with all three mayoral candidates.
2011-12-13 - Access video of the panel session held at the 2011 Media Innovations Summit that examined multiscreen services and management. Panel participants include Sam Blackman, CEO, Elemental Technologies, as well as representatives from Envivio, Harmonic and SyncTV.
2011-12-12 - To address an insatiable fan base demanding up-to-the-minute sports content, ESPN has partnered with Elemental Technologies to create on-demand video for the network’s websites and mobile applications.
2011-11-30 - Elemental is working with ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports programming, to create the on-demand video offered on the ESPN family of websites and ESPN iPhone, iPad, and Android applications.
2011-11-30 - Portland's Jama Software and Elemental Technologies are among America's top 100 "most promising companies" featured in the latest issue of Forbes Magazine. Jama ranks at number 52 and Elemental ranks at number 54 in the class of 2011.
2011-11-15 - Adrian Pennington reports that TF1 Group in France is using Elemental Live for video processing to help deliver live and catch-up content for its multi-platform MyTF1 service. Recently, TF1 used Elemental Live for live capture and delivery of Rugby World Cup matches to its online audience in France.
2011-11-11 - Cable operators and technology vendors have come a long way in the last five years. The industry will trumpet advances in set-tops and multiplatform video delivery at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, November 15-17, in Atlanta, where SCTE has built an exhibit on Next Generation Video Architecture at the Expo that will feature products from more than a dozen vendors including Elemental.
2011-11-10 - Terra, a global online-media company based in Brazil, recently tapped Elemental Technologies to help it deliver Pan American Games content to a variety of platforms via Elemental Live. Terra delivered bitrate-adapted video streams to a wide number of IP-enabled devices across 17 countries in Latin America.
2011-11-09 - As U.S. TV programmers struggle to figure out how to monetize broadband distribution without cannibalizing their traditional subscription revenue streams, Europe is becoming a proving ground for new models that could ultimately come into play stateside.
2011-11-07 - TF1 Group in France is using Elemental Live to support the delivery of live and catch-up content for its multi-platform MYTF1 product. MYTF1 is accessible through mobile applications, IPTV services, and multiple websites.
2011-11-07 - As cable operators evolve toward Internet-protocol video and Web technologies, they’re eager to draw creative energy from the hundreds of thousands of independent Web and mobile app developers. By contrast, the universe of cable-focused startups catering to the industry is more like a few dozen.
2011-11-03 - Bloomberg Businessweek reporter Olga Kharif profiles Elemental Technologies, speaks with Elemental CEO Sam Blackman about the company's recent growth, and takes a broad look at the growing market in which Elemental is gaining significant traction.
2011-11-02 - Jim O'Neill of Fierce Online Video reports that TF1, the largest private television network in Europe, is using solutions from Elemental to support delivery of live and catch-up content. Most recently, TF1 deployed Elemental Live for delivery of complete Rugby World Cup matches to its online viewing audience in France.
2011-10-31 - This year, Elemental Live is recognized in the BTR Diamond Technology Reviews. Considered a critical hardware element, Elemental Live “allows service providers the ability to deliver video in formats required by various players and to stream multiple protocols from a single platform,” explained a judge.
2011-10-26 - Elemental solutions for broadcasters, content programmers, and service providers are highlighted in this guide to hardware, software, and hybrid solutions for encoding and transcoding.


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