How Does A Content Delivery Network Stream Video Over The Internet?

Posted On Sep 10 2016 by

A Content Delivery Network or Content Distribution Network, abbreviated to CDN, is a network of computers that can contain copies of data. Computers on the CDN can request data they don’t already have from other computers on the network that can then be delivered. If, for example, someone wanted to do a live video broadcast from London who has visitors from all over the world wanting to watch at the same time. This would put a massive load on the streaming server delivering the media, in this example a video stream. Imagine if the viewers of this webcast wanted to …


Video Streaming Advertising for Small Business – Tips and Guides

Posted On Sep 10 2016 by

This is the first article in a series for operators of businesses who actually want some real practical everyday answers about streaming video and online advertising – what’s the best way to do it, and how does it work in the real world? First of all, let me disclose that I’m a producer of streaming videos and online advertising. I’ve ybeen making commercials and online tours using streaming video for local businesses in Perth, Western Australia for about the last three years, after coming from a background in film and television. From what I’ve experienced, there’s a steep learning curve …