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The Day In Online Video News And Views 12th November 2013

The Day In Online Video News And Views 12th November 2013

Google are allowing direct applications for Google Glass at last, although there’s no guarantee you’ll get one and YouTube appears to have won the copyright infringement battle against the UK Premier League and the French Tennis Federation which has been going on since 2007. These and other stories of the day from ReelSEO.

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 …

Not Focused on Mobile Video? You Should Be! More than 50% of U.S. Mobile Subscribers Have Smartphones

Not Focused on Mobile Video? You Should Be! More than 50% of U.S. Mobile Subscribers Have Smartphones

Nielsen just put out the March 2012 numbers of smartphone penetration in the US and for the first time, it's topped 50%. That means an estimated 150 million. If you're not putting your video in formats that they can consume yet, get on it!

JW Player 5.9 Beefs Up HTML5 Experience For Android & iOS

JW Player 5.9 Beefs Up HTML5 Experience For Android & iOS

JW Player has been around for a very long time and is a great little video player, I even use it at Gamers Daily News, in fact. The recent update to version 5.9 brought with it some interesting improvements in the HTML5 area I thought …

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 …

Adobe Abandons Flash For Mobile Devices

Adobe Abandons Flash For Mobile Devices

Citing the growth and almost exclusive use of HTML5 on mobile devices, Adobe has decided to discontinue new versions of Flash on mobile devices in the future.  After the release of Flash 11.1 for Android and Blackberry PlayBook, Adobe will now focus on HTML5 applications …

Adobe Proves Relevant To HTML5 Future With Adobe Touch Apps & AIR Integration

Adobe Proves Relevant To HTML5 Future With Adobe Touch Apps & AIR Integration

Adobe MAX 2011 is going on, and while I'm not there, I've been keeping up with what's going on. One of the interesting things for us, the online video community, is Adobe AIR 3 and Flash Player 11. They announced that both are available as …

India, iPhone Top VuClip Mobile Video Usage

India, iPhone Top VuClip Mobile Video Usage

While the latest report from VuClip is entitled Global Video Insights, it only applies to users of VuClip, which is a mobile video service that works on any phone, with any carrier, and in any country. So I would not say these numbers or results …

The Online Video Weekly News Reel – 6 March 2011

The Online Video Weekly News Reel   6 March 2011

February is gone, March is here, winter's ending, spring is near. Well it might not feel like it in parts of the world as there's snow in Milwaukee and it's still below freezing here in the Czech Republic, but temperatures are starting to rise, days …

USA Today to Use Microsoft Tag to Link to Online Video

USA Today to Use Microsoft Tag to Link to Online Video

I thought this was pretty cool and it ties into online video, so why not. It's a unique way to tie physical, hard-copy media into online content. USA Today, the newspaper is starting to use Microsoft Tags. They will feature at least one Tag in …

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