The Day In Online Video News and Views: October 24th 2013

The Day In Online Video News and Views: October 24th 2013

Good evening video land, no time to read the headlines today? Then let us keep you up to date with our daily round up of news and views. Today, YouTube announced it was launching a Spotify like streaming music service which kind of explains why they're pushing the Music Awards so hard....BBC iPlayer app downloads hit 20 Million but bad luck if you live in the U.S. because you're not getting it anytime soon and Google sign a multi million dollar YouTube advertising deal with MediaVest, the agency behind Walmart and Coca Cola. Welcome to your round up of the day's news in online video.

The Day In Online Video News

YouTube preparing its own subscription music service, could launch later this year The Verge

Latest YouTube update hints at upcoming background audio support 9 to 5 Google

Now Twitter makes the news: BBC's new in-tweet videos to focus on trends Tech Radar

YouTube Takes on The News Digitech

BBC's iPlayer apps hit 20 million downloads, still aren't coming to the US Engadget

Spoof Queen of England Twitter Account to Be Adapted Into Yahoo Series Hollywood Reporter

YouTube-MP3 loses copyright court battle Music Week

AOL Spins Out Global Video Division AdWeek

Public Broadcasters vs Terrestrial Broadcasters: Who has Largest Share of Online Video? comScore

Brands Using Consumer-Generated Videos On Retail Product Pages See 38% Sales Lift MarketingLand

BuzzFeed’s Guide to Viral Video Digiday

Vine Adds Some Basic Editing Tools AllthingsD

The Day In Cable And VoD News

Amazon “Firetube” set-top box delayed, won’t be here in time for the holidays 9 to 5 Google

Walmart’s VUDU And Sony Pictures Introduce Online Extras For Digital Movies TechCrunch

1 in 2 Hispanic Households Recently Accessed OTT Video Marketing Charts

TiVo Roamio DVRs Now Support Streaming And Download To iOS Devices Geeky Gadgets

Rising Digital Revenue, Cutbacks Driving Entertainment Sector Growth The Wrap

Netflix freeloaders, relax: You can probably get away without paying for a while longer QZ

Time Warner Cable Reaches Agreement to Distribute Al Jazeera America NYT

Three major MSOs testing aioTV IP video set-top FierceCable

Amazon added “millions” of Prime members in Q3, thanks in part to streaming video GigaOm

The Day in MCN News

YouTube Network Maker Studios Introduces Its Platform For Managing Videos TechCrunch

Maker Studios Lawsuit: Inside the War for YouTube's Top Studio Hollywood Reporter

Mark Suster: Maker Studios is so much more than a YouTube talent aggregator Pandodaily

The Day In Agency News

 Portal A acquires fellow viral video company Seedwell, but don’t call it “viral video” GigaOm

The Day in Video Marketing & Advertising News

How Will Ferrell’s Ron Burgundy Became Dodge’s Best Car Salesman Ever The Wrap

Instagram Rolls Out In-Stream Ads As Facebook Seeks to Boost Mobile Revenue AdAge

Condé Nast's GQ, Bombay Sapphire Launch Boozy Video Series Adweek

This Ad For A 'Cougar' Dating Site Features A Porn Star — But That's Not Why It Was Banned In Australia Business Insider

Publicis Groupe Made A Big Advertising Deal With YouTube, And It's TV's Worst Nightmare Business Insider

The Day In Video Technology News

Amazon's Giving Away Accessories and Lens Discounts with Canon DLSRs Lifehacker

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