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Weekly Online Video News Round Up – High summer Edition

Weekly Online Video News Round Up   High summer Edition

So we're a month into summer officially and high temperatures still abound while rain is scarce. All the more reason to stay inside and watch online video, and to water the lawn sparingly to conserve water. So here's a quick look at the week of …

HTML5 Video SEO to Get Easier with Track Element Standard (WebVTT)

HTML5 Video SEO to Get Easier with Track Element Standard (WebVTT)

The track element has a lot of uses but for the ReelSEO audience, I think one of the best will be the ability to attach a ton of metadata to those HTML5 videos that we're all starting to publish. Sure, it is meant for other …

Interactive Video Ad Insertion Arrives for Live HTTP Streams

Interactive Video Ad Insertion Arrives for Live HTTP Streams

Jivox is over at the  Interactive Advertising Bureau’s (IAB) Marketplace - Mobile event and it just dropped into my inbox that they've announced the ability to insert their interactive video ads into live HTTP streams (using HLS). That's pretty big news for those of us that are …

NBC Requiring Pay TV Subscriptions for Online Olympics Coverage, Erodes Olympic Values

NBC Requiring Pay TV Subscriptions for Online Olympics Coverage, Erodes Olympic Values

The Olympics are the latest victim of big money, well OK, maybe not the latest. There's been big money wrapped up in Olympic Games and their coverage for years. But this year, NBC has decided that, if you want to watch online, you need to …

Why Adobe Really Dropped Their Mobile Flash Support

Why Adobe Really Dropped Their Mobile Flash Support

Many, especially the zealous Apple supporters, would have you believe that Apple killed Flash. In reality, it's HTML5 that might be the ultimate demise of Flash, but it won't be this year and probably not next year either. A recent article at TechCrunch took an …

Brightcove Dual-Screen Offering Foreshadows the Multi-Screen Future of Online Video?

Brightcove Dual Screen Offering Foreshadows the Multi Screen Future of Online Video?

Two announcements from Brightcove today got me a thinking about the future. The first hooks TV up to a second screen for simultaneous, additional content display and the second allows you to publish content to that second screen. The bigger picture, no pun intended, is …

Firefox to Stop Pushing WebM and Give in to H.264? What’s that Mean to You

Firefox to Stop Pushing WebM and Give in to H.264? Whats that Mean to You

It's a dark day indeed for online video, H.264 has seemingly won the war without any real battles being fought. Google has yet to remove H.264 from Chrome and now someone high up at Firefox has pretty much stated that they're throwing in the towel …

Which Online Video Editing Software Solution Is The Right One For You?

Which Online Video Editing Software Solution Is The Right One For You?

Over the last year a lot of online video editors have popped up and so it was time for us to put together a list of everything that we could find with some basic information so you have a single source for comparing all of …

Is YouTube Trying To Erase The Past? Browse Page Eliminates Date Filter

Is YouTube Trying To Erase The Past? Browse Page Eliminates Date Filter

YouTube is trying really hard to make YouTube.com your new TV. Instead of turning on the television and flipping through the 338 channels, they're hoping in the near future you'll just open a browser and go to YouTube… and surf their millions of "channels" instead. …

“Look Around” With The Red Hot Chili Peppers Interactive Music Video

Look Around With The Red Hot Chili Peppers Interactive Music Video

I wrote this morning about how the future of online video marketing can be glimpsed just by watching what the band OK Go is doing with video–creative, envelope-pushing, inventive, etc. Another way brands and companies are expanding the definition of what the "video experience" can …

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