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17 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

17 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

It’s been another crazy busy week in online video with an Emmy win for Netflix, YouTube offering copyright free music and upgrading the terrible comments system and Machinima releasing all 10 episodes of ‘Mortal Kombat: Legacy’ in one go.

13 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

13 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

It’s been a week where we’ve seen YouTube announce that offline viewing is coming to mobile apps but Vevo aren’t happy with YouTube’s plans and already look to have opted out. Meanwhile, Vimeo actually rolled those features out on their own app upgrade, beating YouTube by a couple of months. These stories and others in this week’s round up of news.

The Week In Video: Buzzword Bingo And YouTube Comments

The Week In Video: Buzzword Bingo And YouTube Comments

Welcome to our weekly round of online video news from around the web. Out of the blue, YouTube decided to retire video responses which took many by surprise but that’s YouTube for you. Elsewhere, The Fine Bros passed 1 Billion Views and Skype announced that they are working on holographic video technology.

Amazon and Viacom Make Streaming Content Deal

Amazon and Viacom Make Streaming Content Deal

Amazon and Viacom have struck an exclusive deal, and Netflix no longer will have shows from Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, or MTV. That’s all well and good for Viacom and Amazon, I guess. But for the rest of us, it just means having to buy more than one streaming service to “have it all.”

Amazon’s Zombieland Trailer Vs. the Internet: Does Initial Impression Matter?

Amazons Zombieland Trailer Vs. the Internet: Does Initial Impression Matter?

Amazon unleashed their Zombieland: The Series trailer, and so far the reaction has been, “But where’s all the people I loved in the movie?” Or at the very least, “Where is anyone I love at all?” Amazon’s first entry into original series still looks pretty funny, though.

Online Video Weekly News Round Up – CES 2013 Edition

Online Video Weekly News Round Up   CES 2013 Edition

It's CES week and the press releases already started pouring forth on Monday. Since I won't be at CES this week I'll just compile all the interesting ones into this news round up for you. Some interesting things in terms of integration and TV everywhere …

Weekly Online Video News Round up – Doomday Edition

Weekly Online Video News Round up   Doomday Edition

Well, if you're reading this, it's Saturday December 22nd, 2012 and the world didn't end like many predicted. Yah us! Then again, if you're reading this it might mean that you're huddled in your home hiding from the alien invaders that landed yesterday. Either way, …

Online Video Viewers Mostly Steady While Viewing Dips in October

Online Video Viewers Mostly Steady While Viewing Dips in October

comScore released the Video Metrix late last week but I didn't have time to get it as I was deep in post production on something. From looking at the numbers a lot of people were online watching video last month but it didn't translate into …

Weekly Online Video News Round Up – Pilot Shoot Edition

Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Pilot Shoot Edition

I am so busy my brain is trying to explode out of my head. Still, I am dedicated to the cause and so here's your weekly news round up. While you're reading this I'll be busy shooting the pilot for my web series. Lots of …

Time Warner Says Streaming Video Services are Stabilizing Their Industry

Time Warner Says Streaming Video Services are Stabilizing Their Industry

Time Warner has been one of the more forward-thinking companies in the cable TV space as far as I'm concerned, at least when talking about streaming video. Now, in a recent financial meeting, the CEO, Jeff Bewkes, seems to have completely embraced streaming video.

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