- Streaming Media East's star of the day is H.264. Video execs are gushing about the codec's high-quality video and network ubiquity, while critics say it'll be replaced soon.
- Is the CDN market a bubble? There's no agreement on what the future of CDNs holds, but most in the industry concur on the likelihood of consolidation.
- Actors' unions may be following the recently striking writers' example when contract renewals come up in June. Non-card-holding actors rejoice.
- Social network users seem to be blasé about data portability. Maybe they'd be a bit more nervous if they read Terms of Service, which outline "ownership" of their information.
— The Staff, Contentinople