This week our look at the Reel Web covers a bunch of stories, like YouTube's update to the layout for "related videos" after you finish watching one. It also appears that YouTube has changed their algorithm back in July and the update does not seem to favor amateur video creators. And the new movie, Trespass, is releasing on YouTube alongside of it's theatrical release, except with some quality being sacrificed. And this Tuesday YouTube is doing a live feedback Q&A with WillOfDC. Finally, blip.tv released a study they did about their audience's viewing habits over the last 6 months, specifically how it relates how much TV they're watching as opposed to online video.

Hollywood Is Coming To YouTube

QUESTION: How has your online video viewing habits changed in the past 6 months?

YOUTUBE RELATED VIDEOS GET NEW & IMPROVED LAYOUT

YOUTUBE CHANGES ALGORITHM: ARE AMATEURS LOSING?

WATCH TRESPASS AT HOME ON YOUTUBE

LIVE YOUTUBE Q&A

BLIP.TV'S STATS ON ONLINE VIDEO VIEWING HABITS

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  • Mari Cor

    Definitely online video are more my thing now than television. Thanks for this update.

  • http://www.bridgehands.com Michael Nistler

    Yes, I'd say my internet viewing is up and Tivo/TV is down a bit. Yet at least for me, there isn't a direct correlation - it's just that there's so much more educational content readily available online. And yes, online entertainment content keeps getting better.