Major tennis tournament Wimbledon is being streamed on YouTube this year, starting today. See the likes of Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Andy Murray and a whole lot more compete for a championship on your desktop or mobile device.
Revision3, known for gaming and tech and science videos, is getting into the world of cats with Lil BUB. The signing illustrates the need of all people with cats to start shooting videos with them immediately because, as we all know, cats doing things is a huge pastime on the internet.
By the end of today's Fun Video Friday, you will know all about "Channing All Over Your Tatum." Or maybe not. Or maybe the prospect of learning what it is will cause you to skip the video entirely. A star-studded set of videos coming your way.
Fullscreen is going to manage America's Funniest Home Videos' (AFV) channel, after inking a deal with AFV company FishBowl. The deal illustrates that you may have content that is perfectly tailored for YouTube, but you may still not know how to market it there.
YouTube's InVideo Programming is now on mobile. Introduced to the mothership back in October, the feature allows creators to bring up a thumbnail during a video that either connects to another video or displays the channel's branding.
Instagram's long-rumored video app is here. And it takes video for 15 seconds! And there are filters! Features and things! Does this mean the end of Vine? In the end, it all comes down to how each video-sharing app decides to one-up each other.
YouTube is announcing a partner program for advertisers. Set to take place in September, the pilot program will invite a few brands out to Los Angeles to learn how to create content specifically for YouTube. Pepsi, GE, Johnson & Johnson, and American Express will form the inaugural group.
Anticipating Instagram's big video news later on today, Vine has begun teasing improvements to their own service. The blink-and-you'll-miss teasers from founders Dom Hofmann and Rus Yusopov show some pretty exciting changes that have the experts speculating what they might be.
Apple's "Making A Difference...One App at a Time" is a great example of telling stories and compelling audiences rather than strictly saying "Look at us and all these great things we can do!" type of ad. Finding an emotional resonance in your video is one of the chief aspects you look for in video creation.
A recent study in the e-mail video campaign of charity: water sheds light on how to create an e-mail campaign that works, that compels rather than annoys. The trick: only send to people who want to receive these e-mails, don't ask for the money, and compel people to want to help.
Using the camera in your phone to shoot a business video can be an attractive thing for people looking to create video on the cheap. Unfortunately, with these types of cameras, the limitations are such that there are very few instances when it makes sense to use them.
A new study conducted by SocialBakers is seeing some pretty impressive gains by Vine compared to YouTube when it comes to engagement rates on Twitter. Vine has only been around for 6 months and for the most part, only on iOS, so catching up to YouTube on the social media platform is impressive.
Facebook has delayed their video ads again, moving from the Summer to, at earliest, the Fall. The much-discussed Facebook video ads have been anticipated all year. But because of changes that Facebook is planning, the ads will be delayed another season.
Maker Studios is creating a video platform for its creators to get some independence from YouTube. While Maker's talent will likely remain with YouTube, and Maker's new platform won't be a direct competitor, the move is becoming more common for MCNs looking to create new revenue streams.
Skittles' new ad, called "Skittles Figurines," has people choose which figurine they want to get smashed after the first one produces mountains of Skittles. YouTube's Choose-Your-Own-Adventure landscape using annotations can make ads fun and interactive.
Chris Atkinson joined ReelSEO in 2011. He is a longtime film and television reviewer, and has almost two decades of experience in the theater industry.