Online Video Industry Awards Winners Announced in London Tonight at Streaming Media Europe

Streaming Media Europe 2010
LONDON – The winners of an influential annual Awards programme for the European online video industry – the Streaming Media European Readers’ Choice Awards – were announced in London earlier last week at a reception taking place at the Streaming Media Europe conference and EXPO.

Voting took place over the summer and over 12,700 votes were cast across 13 categories by the readers of Streaming Media’s European magazine. The magazine’s Editor, Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen, commented:

“The finalists in the 2010 Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Awards are a real who’s-who of the online media industry, both in terms of established players and up-and-comers.

“What’s most significant about these awards is that they’re the only ones voted on by the people who actually use these technologies and services every day. The fact that more than 3,400 voters cast more than 12,700 votes — meaning that, on average, each voter cast a vote in 3 or 4 categories — is a testament to the impact that these companies and their products have had on the lives and work of their customers.”

The winners are:

Best Transcoding Solution – Sorenson Media

Best Video Advert Platform – Videoplaza

Best Server Hardware/Software – Wowza Media Systems

Best Webcast Platform – Flumotion

Best Online Video Platform – i2i Media

Best Delivery Network – Amazon Web Services

Best Mobile Video App or Solution – ITV

Best Music & Audio Delivery Solution – Spotify

Best TV over IP Solution – BeBanjo

Best Live Webcast of 2010 – Flumotion

Best Reporting, Analytics – Highwinds

Best Streaming Innovation of 2010 – Wowza Media Systems

Streaming Services Provider – Streaming Tank

The full list of winners and runners up is published on

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The full list of 2010 winners and runners up is published on
The Awards were announced and presented at the Streaming Media Europe conference and EXPO, which took place on 14 & 15 October in London. Attracting over 1,000 attendees from 23 countries in 2009, Streaming Media Europe takes place annually in London.
Streaming Media’s European magazine is published four times a year and provides news, analysis, case studies and reviews for some 10,000 readers each issue. The Winter issue is available from 25 October on free subscription at:
Streaming Media Europe and Streaming Media magazine is produced by Information Today, a global publishing and conference house, and providers of and, world-class news and resources used by over 150,000 global digital media professionals each month. Combined, these resources provide daily desktop-delivered news, through Dan Rayburn and Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen’s influential industry blogs, as well as a range of free-subscription e-newsletters charting global online video industry developments.