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New iPad Owners Want More Bandwidth for Mobile Video [The Reel Web #31]

New iPad Owners Want More Bandwidth for Mobile Video [The Reel Web #31]

There are more changes happening at YouTube (surprise! surprise!) and this time it revolves around the new embed player, which we've discussed here at ReelSEO previously, and new ways YouTube is integrating it's editing tools directly into your video manager. Also, we look at how the ...

Jumping On The Bandwagon: Amazon Wants To Make Shows Too

Jumping On The Bandwagon: Amazon Wants To Make Shows Too

Is Amazon trying to keep up with the Joneses? According to Forbes, Amazon may be turning a little green with envy watching Netflix, Hulu, & YouTube get into the premium original content creation game, because they're apparently gearing up for their own turn as a TV ...

RedBox And Verizon Team Up On Streaming Service To Challenge Netflix

RedBox And Verizon Team Up On Streaming Service To Challenge Netflix

According to TechCrunch, RedBox and Verizon are likely teaming up on a new streaming video service that is aiming to hit OTT boxes and game consoles as well as iOS and Android. This could be big news, or it could be too little too late. Their ...

BSkyB Online Streaming Service To Launch For Film, TV & Sports In UK

BSkyB Online Streaming Service To Launch For Film, TV & Sports In UK

BSkyB, British Sky Broadcasting Group plc, in whom News Corp has an almost 40% stake, have announced that they will start providing online streaming service this year. The service will work through a set-top box, won't require a subscription and will eventually offer film and ...

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up - YouTube Update Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   YouTube Update Edition

As usual, there was plenty of news in the online video world this past week. And as usual, you were probably a bit too busy to keep up with all of it. We saw more major updates to YouTube's design and services, some important Google ...

Netflix Gains Most Of Its Subscribers Back, Still Hurting In Some Areas

Netflix Gains Most Of Its Subscribers Back, Still Hurting In Some Areas

While Netflix isn't all the way back to highs pre-The Worst Price Hike of All Time, they pretty much got all those people back by the end of the year.  Maybe not the same people, but replacements anyway.  Thus Netflix ended 2011 with 24.4 million ...

The Original Content Wars Have Begun, But They're Bigger Than Hulu Vs. Netflix

The Original Content Wars Have Begun, But Theyre Bigger Than Hulu Vs. Netflix

For several years consumers have enjoyed streaming premium content services like Hulu, Amazon Prime, Netflix, and others. But as more and more television and film content moves online, the owners of the copyrights (typically studios or production companies) have started to see the potential in ...

Hollywood's Ultraviolet Picks Up First Major Distributor: Amazon

Hollywoods Ultraviolet Picks Up First Major Distributor: Amazon

I would consider myself to be cautiously optimistic about Ultraviolet--Hollywood's big gamble on digital movies. The service would provide a digital locker that consumers can "fill" with movie purchases, while the films themselves live in the cloud. I'm optimistic because I'm ready for digital media, ...

Amazon’s LOVEFiLM Gets BBC, ITV Streaming Content Rights

Amazon’s LOVEFiLM Gets BBC, ITV Streaming Content Rights

Awesome! I am a huge Doctor Who fan as well as a fan of many other BBC and ITV shows because, for some reason, they seem to focus more on story than on quick, random action and massive special effects. That's not to say they ...

Lost Sundance Films Find A Home In Online Video

Lost Sundance Films Find A Home In Online Video

Fantastic news for films that played at the Sundance Film Festival and never got a distribution deal.  The Sundance Institute, in an arrangement with New Video, will make those lost films available for streaming online to all the big streaming players.  YouTube, Amazon, iTunes, Hulu, ...

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