Christophor Rick: ReelSEO Author

Christophor Rick is a freelance writer specializing in technology, new media, video games, IPTV, online video advertising and consumer electronics. His past work has included press releases, copy-writing, travel writing and journalism. He also writes novel-length and short fiction as part of Three-Faced Media .

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YouTube MCN Fullscreen Beefs Up Content Creator Platform

YouTube MCN Fullscreen Beefs Up Content Creator Platform

Fullscreen is rolling out a upgrade to their creator platform which gives their YouTube channel partners access to a new range of benefits and apps. The new 'Sign In with Fullscreen' service includes tools to assist with captions, music, crowdfunding and merchandise.

YouTube Set to Allow External Ad View Tracking via Nielsen, comScore

YouTube Set to Allow External Ad View Tracking via Nielsen, comScore

From 2014, Nielsen, alongside comScore, will be tracking advertising views on YouTube videos. Why? Because buyers want access to the metrics that both of these companies can provide. But is Google serious about being transparent or do they just want the advertising revenue?

Smartphone Video Ads Over 100% More Effective with Millennials Than TV [Report]

Smartphone Video Ads Over 100% More Effective with Millennials Than TV [Report]

Millennials are the most internet savvy generation yet and if you want to reach them through advertising then you better make sure you are using mobile video ads via smartphones. Also ads in apps were more effective amongst Millennials than ads in streaming video.

Millennials Watch Less TV, Use Smartphones and Tablets for Video Viewing [Report]

Millennials Watch Less TV, Use Smartphones and Tablets for Video Viewing [Report]

Millennials are watching less TV and are using their tablets and smartphones for viewing online video and broadcast content, according to a new report from YuMe. This should be a major concern to TV advertisers who are losing their audience to the internet.

Online Video Now 50% of Web Traffic; Netflix And YouTube The Winners

Online Video Now 50% of Web Traffic; Netflix And YouTube The Winners

Netflix and YouTube account for 50% of peak period web traffic with Amazon, Hulu and Facebook all trailing well behind. In contrast, Peer-to-Peer file sharing has fallen to less than 10% of total traffic in North America for the first time ever.

Kaltura Now Offers Easy OTT Subscription Based Video Platform

Kaltura Now Offers Easy OTT Subscription Based Video Platform

Kaltura is rolling out a new white label, OTT video platform which will bring subscription based pricing to their platform. The new feature means that the company will able to handle any kind of online video monetization imaginable.

Streaming Media West 2013, with New Producer Live Conference Set for November 19-20th

Streaming Media West 2013, with New Producer Live Conference Set for November 19 20th

It’s that time again, Streaming Media West is just a few weeks away. It’s at a new venue this year, the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach. The two-day event brings together the online video industry’s top thought leaders for two days of how to create, use, and ...

H.265 Video Codec Approved, Will it Revolutionize Video?

H.265 Video Codec Approved, Will it Revolutionize Video?

H.264 is pretty much the de facto codec for video compression online these days. WebM isn't even supported in Android, nor just about anywhere else. So Google seems to have moved on to other projects instead of pushing for that. Now, H.265 is ready to ...

2012 Video Metrix Shows Viewing Stagnant, Exploding Video Advertising

2012 Video Metrix Shows Viewing Stagnant, Exploding Video Advertising

Since I went through all the trouble of making a set of cool charts and graphs to track the whole year of comScore's Video Metrix for 2012, I thought I would also take the time to do a bit of post-year analysis. While there were ...

Online Video Weekly News Round Up - CES 2013 Edition

Online Video Weekly News Round Up   CES 2013 Edition

It's CES week and the press releases already started pouring forth on Monday. Since I won't be at CES this week I'll just compile all the interesting ones into this news round up for you. Some interesting things in terms of integration and TV everywhere ...

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