streaming media

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streaming media

[¦strēm·iŋ ′mēd·ē·ə]
(computer science)
Audio or video files that can begin playing as they are being downloaded to a computer.

streaming media

Multimedia content that is transmitted from a server and viewed or listened to by the user at that same time. Contrast with "downloaded media," in which a file is sent to the user's computer for playback at any time. See streaming, streaming audio, streaming video and digital media hub.
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SMC's 20,000 square foot Streaming Origination Center (SOC), located in Denver, Colorado, is the world's largest satellite reception facility dedicated solely to streamed media, with 25 satellite dishes capable of aggregating programming from any domestic, Asian, or European satellite with a North American footprint.
SMC became operational in July 2000, when it opened its Streaming Origination Center (SOC), the world's largest satellite reception facility dedicated solely to streamed media.
Streampipe facilitates both the creation and delivery of streaming video and audio, including live on-site and remote Internet broadcasting, conversion of traditional media to streamed media formats, hosting and delivery of streamed media, streamed content enhancement of various media for Internet delivery applications and, in cooperation with Verestar, satellite broadband Internet broadcasting.
InfoStream provides "ratings" for streamed media because Webcasters need objective, third party audience measurement to demonstrate the value of their audiences to agencies and advertisers.
TeraCAST Server Lite: Free and easy to install, TeraCAST Lite is designed to demonstrate the significant benefits of streamed media.
But in order to build a business selling advertising to the rapidly growing number of netizens consuming streamed media, it is essential Web marketers have the ability to measure and analyze streaming media usage on the Internet and intranets.