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The Future of "Online" Video, From Someone Who Should Know

The Future of Online Video, From Someone Who Should Know

Online video is still in its infancy, and we've barely scratched the surface of what it will be and what it can do for businesses.  There's a fantastic article over at ClickZ from guest columnist, Shishir Mehrotra, called 4 Ways Video Is Fundamentally Changing.  And ...

Online Video Moves: NetFlix Streams, FilmOn Fights, Broadcast Goes Mobile

Online Video Moves: NetFlix Streams, FilmOn Fights, Broadcast Goes Mobile

Another quick look at some things going on in online video recently including broadcasters not online embracing online video but mobile video as well yet still struggling to find their exact place in the new age of digital media and trying desperately to maintain their ...

A Closer Look At Cable TV's Package - Jim Louderback On The Future of Cable Television

A Closer Look At Cable TVs Package   Jim Louderback On The Future of Cable Television

One of the many people Mark was able to catch up with at Blogworld last month is Jim Louderback, the CEO of Revision3.  Amidst talking about online video in general, and Revision3 specifically, the pair of them got off track for a bit on a ...

Hulu Plus Emerges From Preview, Cuts Price By Two Dollars To $7.99

Hulu Plus Emerges From Preview, Cuts Price By Two Dollars To $7.99

Hulu is taking the training wheels off their premium service, Hulu Plus, and releasing it out into the wild.  In addition, they've also slashed the price by $2, making the monthly fee $7.99.  While the price cut is not a surprise, most of the recent ...

Hulu Considers Slashing Hulu Plus Subscription Price In Half

Hulu Considers Slashing Hulu Plus Subscription Price In Half

Hulu Plus, the premium service from the video site owned by ABC, NBC, and CBS, is weighing a 50% price cut, according to All Things Digital.  The service would presumably remain the same, but cost only $4.95 per month instead of the current $9.95.

The Sunday News Reel – Week of 11-17 October, 2010

The Sunday News Reel – Week of 11 17 October, 2010

Hey hey! Another week in the books as we wind down summer in the Northern Hemisphere and rapidly hurtle toward lower temps and the holiday season. Here in my part of the world the leaves are falling along with the temps. So it's time once ...

Google TV Comes Out of Hiding - Has Twitter, Netflix, Apps, Search and More

Google TV Comes Out of Hiding   Has Twitter, Netflix, Apps, Search and More

We've been hearing about Google TV for several months now, though the details on what it will be have been scarce.  However, today that all changes.  If you head over to Google.com/tv, you'll see that the search giant has finally started releasing some specs and ...

Legal Battle Brews Over Internet TV Re-broadcasting - What Are The Repercussions?

Legal Battle Brews Over Internet TV Re broadcasting   What Are The Repercussions?

When the ivi launch press release crossed my desk, to say I was interested would be an understatement. For those that don't know ivi is an application that takes broadcast television, currently only from Seattle and New York, and streams it to your desktop, anywhere ...

Logitech Revue With Google TV Priced and Dated, Dish Network Offers Deal?

Logitech Revue With Google TV Priced and Dated, Dish Network Offers Deal?

Engadget got wind of the Logitech Revue release and states that it's set to hit on September 29th for $299. That's a lot of two's and nine's. They are also stating that DISH Network is dropping a big price break on its users.

How Does YouTube Work? Time Warner Infographic Breaks It Down

How Does YouTube Work? Time Warner Infographic Breaks It Down

Most Internet users don't stop and think about how the web works.  They just turn on the computer, fire up a browser, and start surfing all that amazing content.  But if you've worked in web development, online marketing, or any tech-related field, you know there's ...

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