This week on The Reel Web we look at Warner Brother's upcoming web series called, "Aim High," which releases on Facebook with some very innovative social aspects. We also cover a reported rumor that YouTube is paying a few creators to produce scheduled content and what that means for the site's future and for people like us, as well as a look at why Showtime's release of their new show, Homeland, on YouTube is such an ingenious marketing move. ABC's news show, 20/20, also covered YouTube two weeks ago in their story titled, "Generation YouTube." And finally, Blip.tv finally adds subscriptions to their already solid feature set.
What Is The Future Of YouTube?
This week's stories:
- AIM HIGH FACEBOOK VIDEO SERIES
- YOUTUBE SCHEDULED CHANNELS
- KEVIN NALTY ON SCHEDULED CHANNELS
- SHOWTIME'S PREMERE OF HOMELAND ON YOUTUBE
- GENERATION YOUTUBE BY 20/20
- BLIP.TV ADDS SUBSCRIPTIONS