Amazon Articles

...

Weekly Online Video News Round Up - Scorched Earth Edition

Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Scorched Earth Edition

After a brief respite from triple digit temperatures up here in Milwaukee, they've returned. Blah! So what better reason to stay inside and watch online video or read about what's gone on in the industry this week, right? Well here's a quick look at some ...

Online Video Viewers Stable, Average Video Length Up, Average Minutes Down in June

Online Video Viewers Stable, Average Video Length Up, Average Minutes Down in June

As the summer heat beats down upon us it seems that it's driven a lot of us indoors and into the cool embrace of online video. Over 180 million Americans tuned int to see 33 billion "videos" last month (June 2012) and a new record ...

Weekly Online Video News Roundup - The Up North Edition

Weekly Online Video News Roundup   The Up North Edition

While you read this, I will be covering a tabletop gaming event up in the area of Minneapolis. In fact, much of this was written early in the week as I had a six-and-a-half-hour bus ride on Thursday. But how can I forget my duties ...

Weekly Online Video News Roundup - Super Hot Summer Starts Edition

Weekly Online Video News Roundup   Super Hot Summer Starts Edition

Summer roared into Wisconsin with highs in the mid-90s which, of course, meant my home office was unbearable and I had to try and escape as much as possible to cooler airs (and beverages). It's just 80 degrees in the office today so I thought ...

J.D. Power Finds Paid Video Viewing is Shifting Away from PCs to Tablets and Gaming Consoles

J.D. Power Finds Paid Video Viewing is Shifting Away from PCs to Tablets and Gaming Consoles

The J.D. Power and Associates 2012 U.S. Residential Pay-to-View Study results are out and they found that viewing is shifting across devices from where they were in its inaugural year. It seems that tablets are having an effect on premium video viewing but gaming consoles ...

Online Video Viewing Dips Slightly, Average Length Up Again in May

Online Video Viewing Dips Slightly, Average Length Up Again in May

It's time once again for comScore's monthly estimates of the online video viewing numbers. I say estimates because, as we all know, they have a particularly quirky way of counting up videos and views in general. I guess the major milestone this past month was ...

The Online Video Weekly News Roundup - The Wow I'm Tired Edition

The Online Video Weekly News Roundup   The Wow Im Tired Edition

Wow, E3 week in LA was fantastic. Loads of awesome games, lots of hot babes and tons of great acquaintances new and old. Now it's time to get back into the work flow of a more stable and regular office hour deal. I need to ...

The Weekly Online Video News Roundup - The Return Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Roundup   The Return Edition

Welcome back ladies and gents to the newly resurrected weekly online video industry news roundup where we compile all the stuff that was interesting, but didn't quite make our coverage here at ReelSEO. So grab that mug of coffee, throw your feet up and flick ...

April is Another Record-Breaking Month for Video Advertising: 9.5 Billion Online Video Ads Served

April is Another Record Breaking Month for Video Advertising: 9.5 Billion Online Video Ads Served

Holy mackerel! That's a whole lotta online video ads man! In fact, it's actually 20% of all videos viewed online roughly. That is if you remember that those ads are actually intersecting pieces of video content which then gets tallied as multiple videos by comScore. ...

Amazon Looks for Web Series, Revision3 Gets Discovered & More GooTube Goodness [Reel Web #38]

Amazon Looks for Web Series, Revision3 Gets Discovered & More GooTube Goodness [Reel Web #38]

This week on the Reel Web we discuss several video news items from the past week... Google Hangouts On Air launch to all users, the purchase of Revision 3 by Discovery Communications, Amazon looking for original video shows, and more changes to YouTube's platform and more. Google ...

↑ Top