As we wind up 2010, I’ve gathered a list of some of my favorite posts from the year. Some were popular. Others weren’t. But I like this list because it covers a range of topics that were important in 2010 – from 3D, to VOD, to IP, to home networking. Here are my selections for the first six months of the year.
January: Will 3D Push the Industry to MPEG-4? – covering compression and bandwidth requirements for 3D TV
February: Five Recommendations to Improve VOD – on live television capture, in-channel VOD, and more
March: What’s Important in a TV Service? VOD, for One – on integrating VOD with retail CE devices
April: Cable IP Migration a Little Easier, Less Expensive – detailing an IP migration technique at the headend
May: On Google TV, Part Two – covering the launch of Google TV, and IP versus OTT video
June: G.hn, MoCA 2.0 and the Home Networking Landscape – a comparison of home networking standards