Online Video

Walmart is once again planning to acquire the VUDU peer-to-peer movie delivery service, despite earlier abandoning its online video initiatives.

Posted Feb 26, 2010

A group of New York and Silicon Valley investors has pooled $2.5 million in seed funding for Vook, the startup company behind the product of the same name

Posted Feb 23, 2010

Adobe Systems Incorporated announced new updates to Adobe Flash Player, including the arrival of Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR to mobile devices.

Posted Feb 16, 2010

Merill Corporation recently released Merrill Lextranet 5.9, bringing a host of new features to its case management system.

Posted Feb 12, 2010

Video management and publishing company thePlatform celebrated its 10 year anniversary with the release of mpx Beta, a re-engineered video management system designed to bring efficiency and scalability to online video publishing.

Posted Feb 05, 2010

Getty Images, iStockphoto, and Jupiterimages have collaborated to create Thinkstock, a new online image database that features millions of royalty-free images, vectors and illustrations from Getty, iStockphoto, and Jupiterimages.

Posted Feb 02, 2010

Video ringtone service Vringo has filed for an IPO filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission,

Posted Feb 02, 2010

Credo Reference signed an agreement with National Gallery, London to provide images and information from the National Gallery's collection of historic works to its online resources.

Posted Jan 29, 2010

Vook, the company behind the eponymous visual book device, announced a distribution and publishing platform for its multimedia content.

Posted Jan 29, 2010

AOL Inc. has announced the acquisition of StudioNow Inc., an online platform for video creation and distribution.

Posted Jan 26, 2010

Social media developer Mzinga announced a partnership with Kaltura, developer of an open source online video platform.

Posted Jan 15, 2010

Vbrick Systems announced that it has been awarded a contract to develop an enterprise-class video service for the US Federal Trade Commission.

Posted Dec 18, 2009

Photo-hosting site Photobucket and wireless imaging services provider Ontela announced that they reached an agreement whereby the two companies will merge operations

Posted Dec 18, 2009

Digital entertainment company Widevine has sold $15 million in shares to a combination of investors, including Liberty Global and Samsung Ventures, the venture capital arm of Samsung Group.

Posted Dec 15, 2009

Rich media developer MediaBeacon announced that the next release of its MediaBeacon digital asset management suite will be developed on the latest version of the Google Web Toolkit, giving users access to increased portability, and plug-and-play widgets using the OpenSocial API.

Posted Dec 11, 2009

The Media Convergence Group, which owns and operates the news synthesis site Newsy.com, announced that it has secured the first $450,000 in a fundraising round with a total goal of $2 million.

Posted Dec 11, 2009

The I3A announced that Google joined the organization as a participating member, and would be collaborating with existing member Microsoft to take part in the organization's Camera Phone Image Quality Initiative, a program designed to create metrics for camera phone image quality testing.

Posted Dec 08, 2009

News and content provider Comtex launched a new podcast series, Morning Call.

Posted Dec 04, 2009

Adconion Media Group acquired assets from privately privately-held online video service Joost.

Posted Dec 01, 2009

Multicast Media Technologies added live streaming and on-demand video capabilities to its Multicast Media Suite video platform.

Posted Nov 20, 2009

As we eagerly await each successive advance, we've gotten used to thinking that when it comes to content, richer is always better. More rich media! More audio, more online video, more animation-this is the stuff that makes today's web attractive and exciting, though not necessarily more efficient or more useful. Since most of this eye candy is either part of or is sponsored by advertising, it seems safe to assume that the richness of the content correlates to the outcome desired by advertisers, which is, by and large, to induce us to make some kind of purchase. However, while that assumption makes sense on the surface, it turns out that the reality is more subtle and complex than suggested by the simple proposition that "rich content sells."

Posted Nov 19, 2009

Brightcove Inc. announced the general availability of Brightcove 4, a new release of the company's online video platform.

Posted Nov 17, 2009

Livestream announced the availability of its free service for live streaming to the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Posted Nov 17, 2009

It goes without saying that an online presence is essential for the success of almost any modern media company, whether it's a local institution like a radio or television station or a national brand. Unfortunately, the bewildering array of standards, technologies, and platforms available for content management makes establishing a solid foothold in the digital arena as daunting as it is valuable. With the Oct. 27 release of Spotlight, a video hosting and management platform with social media features, developer Reality Digital is hoping to remove some of that confusion.

Posted Oct 27, 2009

The owners of Newslink launched Tradeclips, a full-service video, audio, text, and picture sharing site with a focus on the communications industry.

Posted Oct 23, 2009

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