Online Video

The Associated Press (AP) and live video broadcasting service Bambuser AB penned an agreement that allows Bambuser users to share newsworthy video via the AP. The AP will be able to access and use Bambuser content that it vets, verifies and considers newsworthy.

Posted Apr 05, 2012

Slashdot launched its first dedicated B2B technology video channel, SlashdotTV. SlashdotTV offers access to an expanding index of video content to Slashdot's community of IT decision makers and influencers. SlashdotTV also offers a sponsored video channel.

Posted Mar 29, 2012

Joining its recent launches over Roku and Boxee, iFood.tv plans to launch apps for Google- and Yahoo!-connected TV platforms. The site, known for its online instructional cooking videos, will curate its video portfolio and creating its own channels of content.

Posted Mar 27, 2012

I recently had lunch with a senior-level film producer who is based on one of the major studio lots. He's a guy who has spent his entire career navigating within the studio folds. Despite his young age, he has been very successful at it, having had a hand in some really great movies over the last decade. The purpose of our lunch, however, was for him to lament that nothing innovative ever happens at his studio. His feeling was that the model of film producing today is broken, and his greatest fear is waking up at age 50 and suddenly finding himself irrelevant. Sure, his studio would survive ... but would he?

Posted Feb 21, 2012

Everyone knows there is money to be made in online and platform-based video, but finding ways to profit from your favorite streaming clips, shows, and games is not enough. In November Bain & Co., one of the world's largest business consulting firms, surveyed more than 3,000 consumers in Asia, Europe, and the U.S. regarding online video, revealing some interesting findings.

Posted Feb 15, 2012

Source Interlink Media (SIM), LLC launched a Motor Trend channel on YouTube to provide viewers with original automotive content. The Motor Trend Channel is part of about 100 original-content channels that YouTube will roll out over the course of this year.

Posted Feb 09, 2012

The Super Bowl is annually TV's biggest event. Last year, it drew 111 million viewers, making it the most-watched television program in history.This year, you don't even need a TV to see it.On Sunday, for the first time ever, the Super Bowl will be available to stream live. The game will be available live, on NFL.com and NBCsports.com.

Posted Feb 03, 2012

Following its homepage redesign in December, YouTube's Browse, Video Editor, and Video Manager pages are being nipped and tucked to bring them in line with the rebranding that Google has pushed out to many of its sites and products.

Posted Jan 27, 2012

Though best known for its rigorous educational material intended for college bound kids, William H. Sadlier decided that in early 2011, it wanted to expand its repertoire, and target struggling middle school students and English language learners as well. Working with educational experts, Sadlier settled on creating a vocabulary program that used audio and video to not only engage students, but provide an alternative teaching strategy for educators.

Posted Jan 20, 2012

It's true in any industry: you never know where the next success story is going to come from. That's especially true in the world of digital publishing, where anyone with a passion and a little bit of know-how can start a site or community for like-minded people across the globe. No where was this more evident than in the story of Sean Collins, an icon in the surfing community and founder of Surfline.com.

Posted Jan 20, 2012

TrafficLand has launched a direct sales program and increased its network of authorized dealers: Real-time traffic video content is now available directly through TrafficLand or through its authorized distributors: BeatTheTraffic, Radiate Media, and Total Traffic Network.

Posted Jan 04, 2012

A few days before the wedding, I found myself sitting with my laptop searching YouTube for makeup tips. In a matter of seconds, I'd found exactly what I was looking for. I discovered a channel called The MakeUpChair With Sineady Cady (she has a really lovely accent, and the videos are worth watching just to hear her). Sineady is a young makeup artist living in Ireland, who uses a blog and her YouTube channel to promote her brand and find new clients. Her email address is posted right there on the channel, so if you're looking for someone to do your makeup for a special day, you can shoot her a message.

Posted Dec 27, 2011

On Wednesday morning, HBO co-president Eric Kessler told a group of industry wonks that despite the success of digital offerings like HBO GO, it plans to remain true to its cable roots.

Posted Dec 02, 2011

After examining 3Q trends, Stefan Anninger, an analyst for Credit Suisse Group AG, projects the pay TV industry to lose 200,000 subscribers next year. While he said his prediction is "overweight," Anninger had previously forecast an industry gain of 250,000 subscribers.

Posted Nov 29, 2011

Microsoft acquired VideoSurf, Inc., a video discovery technology company offering back-end computer vision that can identify video frames. Microsoft plans to integrate this technology with its entertainment platform and enhance search and discovery of entertainment content using Xbox LIVE.

Posted Nov 23, 2011

Paramount Pictures announced that the three Mission: Impossible films would be available to rent from the Mission: Impossible Facebook Page. Facebook users that like the page can rent the entire collection using Facebook Credits: each rental can be purchased for 30 Facebook Credits, or $2.99.

Posted Nov 23, 2011

Northcliffe Digital launched a suite of online video products designed for small business advertisers across Northcliffe's network of over 400 hyperlocal and regional websites. All ads will be created and produced by Localstars.

Posted Nov 15, 2011

With the online launch in October of The Legacy Project, an educational video series that features original interviews with Stephen Sondheim, Edward Albee, and eight other legends of American theater, the series' publisher, Alexander Street Press, contributed a substantial amount of new, firsthand documentation of the creative processes of these cultural icons to the historical record. But the fact that the collection is fully accessible through an online streaming platform is substantial in and of itself, and it says something significant about the current state of academic publishing and the direction in which the industry is headed.

Posted Nov 09, 2011

According to a "US Publisher Survey" from BrightRoll, online video ad spending is growing faster than any other digital ad format, and is a common offering from online publishers and ad networks alike. However, brands may be likely to pump dollars into digital video advertising, they concede that certain barriers continue to slow the format's growth

Posted Nov 04, 2011

Online media company Burst Media introduced 12 internet video channels that offer TV-style programming to its independent publishers. Spanning food, travel, fashion, parenting, and how-to, the video programming can be integrated into publishers' websites to enhance their existing content. Burst Media's video content comes from blinkx's direct play partners such as Reuters, CelebTV, GeoBeats, and TVGuide.

Posted Nov 02, 2011

YouTube will be expanding its current channel line-up with a mass of professional-grade, original content in areas such as news and education, lifestyle, music, sports, and pop culture. Thomson Reuters, Hearst Magazines, The Wall Street Journal, and TEDEducation are among the 96 currently-listed partners.

Posted Oct 31, 2011

Time Warner Cable said it lost around 128,000 residential subscribers in 3Q 2011, but added 89,000 internet services customers. At the end of the quarter, 11.9 million customers subscribed to video, while internet services had 9.8 million subscribers. CEO Glenn Britt calls the phenomenon "cord-cutting."

Posted Oct 27, 2011

ComScore recently released its September U.S. online video rankings. While month-to-month growth remains relatively low, a year-over-year comparison makes the growth of online video much more obvious.

Posted Oct 27, 2011

In a blog post on September 25th, streaming media expert, Dan Rayburn stated that the Amazon Kindle Fire could be to the video industry what the iPod was to the music industry. Leaked sales figures suggest that the Kindle Fire may surpass the iPad as the biggest tablet launch ever.

Posted Oct 26, 2011

Whether you're a traditional publisher with corporate money at your disposal or a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants blogger, you should already have a solid strategy in place that guides the content you offer on your website. For most publishers, no matter their size, that strategy involves the kind of content that your site visitors read. Attention-grabbing headlines and search engine optimization (SEO) are no doubt at the top of your priority list, but with the popularity of websites such as YouTube, easy-to-use digital video equipment, and computer monitors that can double as television screens, content providers are beginning to recognize the importance and value of having an online video content strategy as well. It's becoming increasingly necessary to appeal to site visitors who want to view, not just read, your content.

Posted Oct 26, 2011

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