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Netflix Pays Comcast, Ends Our Love Affair

Netflix Pays Comcast, Ends Our Love Affair

In the gilded tower of Comcast, laughter rings throughout the halls as C-level executives "make it rain" with the new found wealth they have just extorted from Netflix to ensure that consumers who already pay both companies get the exact service they pay for.

Loss of Net Neutrality Could Be Bad for All Online Video Business

Loss of Net Neutrality Could Be Bad for All Online Video Business

The Appeals Court decision to strike down FCC net neutrality in favor of Verizon, has massive implications for all involved, from ISPs to MSOs to consumers. But what does a loss of net neutrality really mean for the internet, and in particular for online video broadcasting and consumption?

An In-Depth Look At OTT And Live TV For 2014

An In Depth Look At OTT And Live TV For 2014

2013 was a huge year for OTT (Over The Top) devices and content providers, but that's nothing compared to the growth of original content that Amazon, Hulu and Netflix are promising for 2014, alongside some exciting developments in OTT technology.

The Week In Video: Mixbit, Google Glass & Prince Hating On Vine

The Week In Video: Mixbit, Google Glass & Prince Hating On Vine

It's here! Your weekly round up of the video news you may have missed if you don't actually spend every second glued to your computer. Luckily, that's exactly what we at ReelSEO do for fun so sit back and catch up on some of the tastiest news snippets from the past week.

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 - December Blues Edition

Weekly Online Video News Round Up   December Blues Edition

It's December and I haven't seen any proper snow yet so I might have a blue Christmas, because I'll be missing the snow that I am so used to. Of course, if you're not in a part of the world where snow is abundant, you ...

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 ...

Android Video Viewing Gaining On iOS Devices

Android Video Viewing Gaining On iOS Devices

Encoding.com just released new numbers pulled from Vid.ly which show that Android is gaining on iOS in terms of video viewing. It's no surprise as the operating system has been steadily stealing market share quarter after quarter and is available on far more different devices ...

Expect Usage-Based Billing On Web From Cable Providers Soon

Expect Usage Based Billing On Web From Cable Providers Soon

I actually wondered if this was something cable providers were chewing on in regards to the increased popularity of Netflix and Hulu.  Bloomberg reports that companies like Time Warner Cable, Inc, are considering charging customers for the amount of data they consume.  The extra charges ...

Sony Cutting The Cable For You? Aiming For A Sony Online TV Service?

Sony Cutting The Cable For You? Aiming For A Sony Online TV Service?

Remember when I was writing about Sony the other day, well really it was about Google TV and stuff, but I mentioned that Howard Stringer, the Sony CEO, was talking about big R&D in a new TV. Well, some speculation has launched into what that ...

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