Most network applications nowadays are related to the distribution of contents from a source to a number of users. Several developments such as CDN and P2P networking have been used to provide access to contents at the network edges. However, they have no ability to leverage caching at the network level and still rely on a host-based communication model. Recently, Content Centric Networking (CCN) has been emerged as a new networking paradigm. In CCN, the communication focuses on the named content instead of the IP address. This paper provides a framework for enabling video streaming over CCN. We performed experiments using CCNx on the PlanetLab to explore the effects of an overlay delivery path and a chunk size to the streaming quality. Furthermore, we study the deployment of MPEG-DASH to achieve adaptive bit-rate streaming over CCN, which reveals additional challenge.