A missing scene from 'Gravity', an exciting One Direction announcement, a feature spot at your very own funeral, and the trailer for Zach Braff's new movie all feature this week. But which one is going to be the most viral video of the next seven days? These are our predictions.
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The music industry has often cited piracy and illegal downloading as the main reason for the decline in revenues over the past decade, A recent report on the effect of sales of Warner Brother's artists during a YouTube blackout, suggests that YouTube may have played a more significant role in loss of earnings than previously thought.
A new partnership between CNN and Twitter will bring bite-sized video news to the social network every morning. The new series, 'Your 15 Second Morning' will be embedded on Twitter and shared from CNN's account. The initiative follows the trend for snappy news content currently doing well across Instagram and Vine.
Sesame Street has launched a new subscription video on demand service that delivers full-length TV episodes of Sesame Street online. Subscription costs $3.99 per month or $29.99 per year and the site is ad-free as well as fully optimized for viewing across all screens,
Buying a home is right up there as one of the most stressful events in life, and the whole process can trigger a range of emotions in those going through it. The Royal Bank of Canada's new video ads tap into the drama, fear, and romance of the situation, using innovative annotations and tracking codes.
A crazy cat, an incredible dance off between a street performer and a NYPD cop, and a FedEx delivery that goes horribly, but hilariously wrong all feature this week. But which one is going to be the most viral video of the week? These are our predictions.
With around 10 weeks to go until the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Pepsi has begun the first challenge on official sponsor Coca Cola, with a new interactive video ad that puts the viewer in control. The ad doesn't mention the World Cup though, because Pepsi isn't an official sponsor.
Did you know that over a third of Americans age 12+ used YouTube to watch music videos or listen to music in the last week. That's more than tune in to Spotify, Pandora, ITunes, music television, iHeartRadio or Facebook. The figure is even higher for 12-24 year olds.
Comedy Central has launched an app that will allow viewers to watch full episodes of some of their favorite shows like The Colbert Report, South Park, and The Daily Show, on their Apple devices for free the very next day. Cable subscribers will get access to even more content.
Let's get our crystal ball out and predict the videos that could go viral in the next 7 days. Do It For Denmark! which aims to boost the falling birth rate of that country by encouraging Danes to have as much sex as they can on holiday, looks like it may be a clear winner.