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Google’s New ‘Play Store’ Design is More Video Friendly Than Ever

Googles New Play Store Design is More Video Friendly Than Ever

One of the main differences between the Google Play store and the Apple App store is that Google allows the use of video. This is so important for developers, as they can quickly show the potential buyer the top features of the app they are viewing. The Play store’s new design is even more video friendly, which is great news all around.

Creator Studio App for iOS: One Stop Shop for YouTube Creators

Creator Studio App for iOS: One Stop Shop for YouTube Creators

Google has released the Creator Studio app for iOS devices and this app is no slouch. With the increasing importance of mobile in the video market, this app provides a one stop shop for creators to see all of the most important details about their channel on the go.

Which Live Streaming Site Has 45M Viewers Per Month?

Which Live Streaming Site Has 45M Viewers Per Month?

There is a rabid fan base out there consuming billions and billions of live video streaming minutes each month. You might have an idea of the site, which draws on average, 45 million unique viewers a month, and you might not. They have grown from a category, into a spin off, into a major Internet video force and they show that when you build it right, as in really, really right, they will come, and continue to come for months and years.

Duration of Mobile Video Impacts CTR and Completion Rate Differently

Duration of Mobile Video Impacts CTR and Completion Rate Differently

How does the duration of the mobile video ad impact metrics like completion rates and click through rates? Does a longer ad mean more drop off and less clicks or is there some plot twist in the story? The only way to truly find out is to dive right in and check out what the Mobile Marketing Association’s latest research came back with.

Skippable Mobile Video Ad Completion Rates Low, CTR Near Non-skippable

Skippable Mobile Video Ad Completion Rates Low, CTR Near Non skippable

The Mobile Marketing Association has put out its first report on mobile video benchmarks. As a first go round it’s not bad and offers some interesting insights, while lacking some more specific information. Still, it does a decent enough job of looking at CTR and completion rates for skippable and non-skippable mobile video ads in three major formats, linear video, interstitial and value exchange (incentivized).

Amazon Nets Old HBO Shows for Prime Members

Amazon Nets Old HBO Shows for Prime Members

Is the Amazon Prime/HBO deal really the big win that some say it is for Amazon? Or is it just HBO beginning to expand their digital footprint and monetize some old content they have had laying around for years?

How to Disable Auto Play Videos on Facebook [Tutorial]

How to Disable Auto Play Videos on Facebook [Tutorial]

Facebook introduced video ads, and of course, they made them auto play. We show you how to turn off auto play videos as much as possible through the standard web browser interface and the main mobile apps on Android and iOS. It’s not all 100% thing on mobiles, but at least you can cut down on it. However, you will need to do it for each device and browser you access Facebook through.

Google’s Android TV May Be Joining the Race to Take Over Your Living Room

Googles Android TV May Be Joining the Race to Take Over Your Living Room

Because there aren’t enough set-top boxes on the market already, Google is reported to have its own new version in the works, just a few years after Google TV failed to gain much traction with consumers. Hot on the heels of Amazon Fire TV, Google’s Android TV is said to be already in development.

Amazon Fires Major Salvo in OTT War with Fire TV

Amazon Fires Major Salvo in OTT War with Fire TV

Amazon wants to set your TV on FIRE! Oh, wait, they announced the Fire TV, that must be why they have been doing all that Kindle-ing. They have priced their OTT device at $99 but it comes chock full of tech and has the content to back it up. So the question is, will it generate a response with its intended audience, and will the competitors, pardon the pun, fire back?

Microsoft Readies Video Ad Army to Battle Google

Microsoft Readies Video Ad Army to Battle Google

The battle of the four color logos is ready to blast through into online video as Microsoft readies a new video ad network featuring programmatic buying and a large third-party set of brand-safe sites. They’re starting out in the UK at first but who knows what could happen as they try to take on Google and vie for a foothold in the massively growing video ad market.

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