Online Video

Technorati has announced changes to its website.

Posted May 29, 2007

Voxant, a Viral Syndication Network (VSN), has partnered with Dow Jones Online to make videos from The Wall Street Journal Online, MarketWatch.com, and Barron's Online available through VSN's TheNewsRoom.

Posted May 29, 2007

Joost, an internet television service, has signed with Creative Artists Agency (CAA), a talent and literary agency.

Posted May 29, 2007

Informa Investment Solutions (IIS) has entered into an agreement with Asset.tv to form a joint venture that will provide online video content “on-demand” to the trust, wealth, and investment communities in the United States.

Posted May 29, 2007

While the use of video in corporate environments for webcasting earnings calls and the like is taking off, and vodcasting—or video distributed via RSS—has gained some traction in the entertainment space, vodcasting in the enterprise has yet to realize widespread adoption. What is holding it back?

Posted May 29, 2007

UgcDb has announced a centralized repository of profile information for the people behind the scenes of user-generated content--whether it's videos, photos, podcasts, or blogs.

Posted May 25, 2007

Endavo, a provider of digital media management and distribution solutions, has released its new Digital Broadcast Network and media management ecosystem.

Posted May 18, 2007

Akamai Technologies Inc., a global service provider for accelerating content and applications online, has announced the availability of Akamai Live Streaming in the Adobe Flash FLV format for delivering live, real-time audio and video formatted for playback using the Adobe Flash Player.

Posted May 18, 2007

Pixsy Corporation, a media search platform that powers private label image and video search engines, has partnered with iStockphoto.

Posted May 18, 2007

Haystack.com has launched a new, free, online community built specifically with fair compensation to the artist at its foundation.

Posted May 15, 2007

Odeo, a podcast aggregation website, has announced that its assets have been acquired by SonicMountain Inc., a New York based company focused in the digital media hosting and search marketplace.

Posted May 15, 2007

In the beginning, there was text search and we had some keywords and a title and it was good. Then we came to expect full-text search. Now, the content that people want to find—inside and outside the enterprise—has grown to include audio and video, and search technologies are struggling to keep up with expectations.

Posted May 15, 2007

Video search solutions have begun to emerge. The latest is a new product from Gemstar-TV Guide, which enables users to effectively search, browse, and watch clips from American Idol or any of their favorite television shows or movies.

Posted May 15, 2007

Bad marketing makes me sick. From releases comprised of extreme hyperbole to buckshot-spray pitches and spam-filter clogging quantity, I am inundated with the bad and the ugly, along with the good. This week, I read a press release that had the profoundly poor taste to “leverage” the shooting at Virginia Tech in order to promote its video search engine. I won’t mention the company’s name here because I wouldn’t want to give them more attention than they deserve. What is significant about the release, other than the depths to which those who aren’t good at their jobs will sink in an effort to get a little ink, is how it highlights the hottest marketing tool of the moment: user-generated video

Posted May 15, 2007

Simon & Schuster Inc. and TurnHere Inc., an internet video company, have announced an agreement to launch a book-centric internet video channel to promote Simon & Schuster authors and their new releases.

Posted May 11, 2007

Joost, an internet television service, has announced that five selected parties have collectively invested approximately $45 million in the company.

Posted May 11, 2007

Brightcove, an internet TV provider, has announced that CBS News will use the Brightcove service to syndicate ad-supported video from CBS News across the internet.

Posted May 08, 2007

Rock legend Peter Gabriel has teamed up with technology entrepreneur Steve Purdham and financial authority John Taysom to bring advertisers an ad delivery mechanism.

Posted May 04, 2007

INTENT MediaWorks, a provider of technology for the distribution of licensed digital media content and advertising via the internet, and Revver, a marketplace for viral videos, have announced an agreement to exchange and distribute each other’s premium video content online.

Posted Apr 27, 2007

CastTV Inc. has announced that it has secured $3.1 million in financing through a Series A investment led by Draper Fisher Jurvetson.

Posted Apr 27, 2007

Sun Microsystems Inc. has introduced the Sun Streaming System--a video delivery platform for cable and telecommunications operators, designed to help operators increase subscriber revenue by offering new video-based services and personalized, video streams to each consumer.

Posted Apr 27, 2007

Podbridge Inc., a video and audio podcast advertising service, has closed a new round of venture funding totaling $8.5 million.

Posted Apr 24, 2007

Google has acquired Marratech's video conferencing software, which will enable from-the-desktop participation for Googlers in videoconference meetings wherever there's an internet connection.

Posted Apr 24, 2007

LiveWorld Inc., an online social networking and community agency, has announced LiveWorld Video, a service for companies to create a community, through user-generated videos submitted directly to their company’s web sites.

Posted Apr 20, 2007

Origin Digital, Inc., a global video applications service provider, has announced a partnership with OmniBus Systems, a provider of comprehensive broadcast automation and content management solutions.

Posted Apr 17, 2007

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