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Cisco is a city in Eastland County, Texas, United States. The population was 3,851 at the 2000 census.
Conrad Hilton started the Hilton Hotel chain with a single hotel bought in Cisco. Hilton came to Cisco to buy a bank, but the bank cost too much; so he purchased the Mobley Hotel in 1919. The hotel is now a local museum and community center.
During the 1920s, Cisco, like nearby Ranger, Eastland, and Desdemona, was a petroleum boomtown.
In 1925, the first annual meeting of t...

Video Online To Dominate Global IP Traffic By 2014, Says Cisco

CISCO, makers of really cool network things has this to say about online video: WOW that's gonna be a lot of traffic! They're expecting global IP traffic growth of over 30% per year carrying through 2014 with video leading the way well into the future …

Levi Strauss CMO On Online Video Strategies for Brands

Advertising dollars are the foundation of the Web video business and those coveted bucks are highly sought after by networks, programmers and independent producers alike. So how do big brands allocate, measure and assess their spending in online video?

HTML5′s Dark Horse Video Codec, ON2 VP8 From Google

While Google didn't make the VP8 video codec, they did purchase it recently and now, they're announcing [allegedly] that it will be Open Source. What's this mean for HTML 5? It might finally have found a winner of the codec race and a savior, in …

Video To Push Monthly Internet Consumption To 15Tb Per User

Last week, Cisco introduced a super-fast new router, CRS 3 that will increase throughput up to 322 Terabits (purportedly the whole US Library of Congress), in a second. Suraj Shetty, VP  Worldwide Service Provider Marketing for Cisco, told Daisy Whitney that the average user in …

Google Buys Episodic – You Down With O.V.P.? Yeah You Know Me!

Google Buys Episodic   You Down With O.V.P.? Yeah You Know Me!

It was big news yesterday for Noam Lovinsky, CEO and Co-founder of Episodic, with the announcement that his company has been acquired by Google. Following a day of April Fool's Day jokes, that included Brightcove had acquired Ooyala – this deal is no joke, and was actually …

Is YouTube’s Content ID Gaining Momentum As A Distribution Network?

I wrote last summer about the JK Wedding Dance video, and how it ultimately proved to be a huge positive example of the Content ID system making a company some money.  Without permission, the couple had used Chris Brown's song "Forever" as their dance music …

Web Video Advertising Hurdles for 2010 – Media Minute

When asked the biggest challenges in online video advertising this year, top executives at media agencies like Starcom and MediaVest say they're most eager to target audiences better and to access more sophisticated data around viewership. At last week's 4A's conference in San Francisco that …

Streaming Production and Flash Delivery Workshop – March 23rd

Are you producing streaming video and wondering if your procedures and work flow maximize quality and efficiency? Perhaps you're on the distribution side and need to learn how to produce a Flash Player, or install or manage the Flash Media Server? If any of these …

How To Guide for Shooting HD Video With A DSLR Camera

How To Guide for Shooting HD Video With A DSLR Camera

Ever since Nikon introduced the D90 in August 2008 as the first DSLR camera that shoots High Definition (HD) video, a silent revolution is taking place in media production. At a fraction of the budget creative camera people are able to produce remarkable high quality …

Web Video Hosting Is A Maturing Market – Episodic Interview

At Streaming Media West 2009, I spoke with Noam Lovinsky, CEO and Founder of Episodic, which recently launched as an online video platform in a crowded market for both live and on-demand content. The San Francisco, California-based company has been around for two years but has kept …

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