The Day In Online Video News And Views 4th December 2013

The Day In Online Video News And Views 4th December 2013

House of Cards is coming back, back, back! Netflix's wildly successful, Emmy award-winning, original drama will be available for download on the 14th February 2014 and all 13 episodes of the second series will be available in one fabulous go. By massive good fortune, Valentine's Day happens to fall on a Friday next year so that's a whole weekend that lovers (geddit?) of the show will be able to wallow in the all new adventures on Capitol Hill. Netflix subscribers in the US, Canada, the UK, Latin America and Ireland will get access at the same time which is great news for those bloggers who'll need a break from writing about love-hearts and roses. Netflix have released a little trailer too – see below.

Following the excitement of last week that we may get to see YouTube's music and video subscription service a little earlier than expected, it looks like it's not going to be rolled out until early next year. These and other stories for the day in videoland from ReelSEO.

The Day in Online Video News

How Fullscreen Landed One of YouTube’s Hottest Properties: the Fine Bros Variety

DC Entertainment Gives Fans ‘All Access’ Look at Super Heroes with Web Series Variety

Crowd-Sourced Online Video Site Viki Breaks Down Language Barriers HollywoodReporter

The Day In VoD and Cable News

Sky opens its movie rental store to everyone in the UK Engadget

Viacom Restructures Ad Sales For Cable TV Networks Variety

Surprise! You’re Watching More TV Than Ever AllThingsD

Award-winning Netflix original series House of Cards returns on Valentine's Day 2014 with a second season Engadget

Netflix Reportedly Touting Legal Conditions to Launch In France Variety 

Same Sh*t, Different Screen: The Disruption Myth and Digital TV AllThingsD

The Day in Advertising, Marketing and Mobile News

Israeli Teens Really Hate The Israeli Army's Attempt At A Viral Recruiting Campaign BusinessInsider

Fox Says Super Bowl TV Ad Inventory Is Sold Out Variety

Lily Allen's John Lewis ad is today's Christmas No1 equivalent Guardian

But Wait, There's More!

YouTube delays streaming music service to next year TheVerge 

Yahoo absorbs movie-making app Ptch to bolster its photo and video efforts Engadget

Paywalls, Video Key At Some Smaller Papers NetNewsCheck

The places where Google Glass is banned Telegraph

You Can Live Stream Festive Kittens With ChristmasCatsTV BusinessInsider

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