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YouTube Opens Partner Program to All, Pinterest Expands Video & More (The Reel Web #35)

YouTube Opens Partner Program to All, Pinterest Expands Video & More (The Reel Web #35)

This week on the Reel Web, we review the latest online video news and trends from the past week including, YouTube expanding it's partner program to more video channels, Pinterest integrating video into their system, projected changes to the cable industry and more... YouTube Expands ...

Checklist For Upgrading Your YouTube Channel - The Reel Web Episode 29

Checklist For Upgrading Your YouTube Channel   The Reel Web Episode 29

There's only one more day until YouTube will automatically upgrade all channels to the new look and layout. So for this week's Reel Web episode, we've got a helpful checklist to guide you through your YouTube channel upgrade. We also have plenty of other big ...

Google Pay TV Project Aiming At Screen Convergence Or Cable Subscribers?

Google Pay TV Project Aiming At Screen Convergence Or Cable Subscribers?

The Hollywood Reporter have cited a source that says Google has made some regulatory filings that look like a pre-cursor to a pay TV system and would see Google filing for "cable TV franchise licenses" in Kansas City (both MO and KA). So the way ...

What Does The Latest Nielsen Data Say About Cord Cutting?

What Does The Latest Nielsen Data Say About Cord Cutting?

More consumers are relying on broadband-only connections in their homes, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're cutting the cord. Nielsen's latest three-screen report reveals that there are now 5.1 million broadcast only/broadband homes in the United States, up 23% from last year. Those are homes ...

60 Hours Of Video Is Now Uploaded To YouTube Every Minute

60 Hours Of Video Is Now Uploaded To YouTube Every Minute

Alexei Oreskovic of Reuters reports that "roughly 60 hours of video is now uploaded to YouTube every minute.”  The company also told him that YouTube is streaming 4 billion online videos every day, a 25 percent increase in the past eight months. There was one ...

Google TV To Get Channel Marketplace & Compete With Cable Providers?

Google TV To Get Channel Marketplace & Compete With Cable Providers?

Google TV looks to be on the verge of creating an app marketplace specifically for video channels much like Boxee and Roku have. In a recently updated patent (20110321072) they describe a system that, "...allows content providers to create channels of video content and make ...

ivi TV Continues Its Fight For The Future Of Internet TV

ivi TV Continues Its Fight For The Future Of Internet TV

One of the biggest stories of 2011 is what the future of television will look like as service providers, consumer electronics manufacturers and content aggregators all jockey for the prime position in your living room. One company seeking to help consumers "cut the cord" is ...

Time Warner Cable Android Tablet App Disappoints, Will Not Stream Content

Time Warner Cable Android Tablet App Disappoints, Will Not Stream Content

Time Warner Cable has announced that their TWCTV app is coming to Android Tablets but it won't allow you to watch TV, only to do some things like control your DVR and act as a remote. That's sort of a let down, really. The iPad ...

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 ...

Web Series Viewership Continues To Rise, While Cable TV Drops

Web Series Viewership Continues To Rise, While Cable TV Drops

Blip.tv and Dynamic Logic got together for some research into web series viewing habits, and did some number crunching to see when where and how people are consuming original web series offered at Blip.tv. It also gleaned some information on how the viewers feel about the ...

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