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Cable News Network (CNN) is a U.S. cable news channel founded in 1980 by American media mogul and philanthropist Ted Turner. Upon its launch, CNN was the first channel to provide 24-hour television news coverage, and the first all-news television channel in the United States. While the news channel has numerous affiliates, CNN primarily broadcasts from its headquarters at the CNN Center in Atlanta, the Time Warner Center in New York City, and studios in Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles. CNN ...

Time Warner To Make YouTube Profitable?

As I pointed out in my Dark Side of Online Video article, Viacom is suing YouTube for all sorts of copyright infringement and that case is being run in conjunction with a class action lawsuit from other quarters. Meanwhile, Time Warner has taken a different ...

Nielsen Ratings Shake Up - Hulu and Blinkx

After months of not a lot of movement going on at the top of the Nielsen reports for video traffic we suddenly get some major shake up and a new contender. The top ten saw some major moves from top to bottom last month which ...

TurnHere Productizes Video for SMBs - Filmmakers for All

With more than 8000 independent filmmakers, and an online video offering perfectly catered for SMBs, Turnhere has successfully formed partnerships with many high-volume sales channel partners and publishers like Yellowpages.com, Superpages and Citysearch.  In fact, business has been so good according to their COO, John McWeeny, that they ...

Viral Video Genius Quits Day Job for Online Video

"Viral Video Genius" Nalts, well known in the online video world as one of YouTube's most prolific viral video creators and YouTube comedians, led two separate lives until last week, when the two worlds recently collided and he was outed as a Consumer Product Director ...

How To Produce "Business-Quality" Online Video On A Small Business Budget

Can businesses today really create sustainable revenue and long-term profit around regularly publishing professional-quality online video, and keep their production costs well below the standards of broadcast-quality? Yes, if they're willing to be what I call "videoratis" - a video professional and publicist skilled at ...

Can User-Generated Video Work As A Business Model? Interview With Wikipedia CEO Jimmy Wales

ReelSEO's Grant Crowell interviews Wikipedia CEO and Co-Founder Jimmy Wales at the adtech conference and asks: Can consumer-generated media (CGM) work as a monetizeable business model for video like it has for text? What are the challenges with incorporating video into public Wikis? And, can ...

Hulu Is Growing Faster Than YouTube - Online Video Usage Trends for March

According to new research released from Neilsen Online, almost 10 billion (9.6B) video streams were viewed in March of this year by an estimated 130M US web users.  This represents almost a 40% (38.8) increase year over year from March 2008 and is an increase ...

Where Do People Discover Videos Online? Online Video Discovery Research

There are many ways in which people discover video online; videos embedded on blogs, video search engines, major search engines (i.e. Google, Yahoo, MSN), email, and social networking, to name a few.  In February, our friends over at Tubemogul released some new research which helps to ...

Online Video In Asia - China, Japan and Korea Poised To Push Online Video Development

China, Japan and Korea will drive the next wave of online video development, according to Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia (Casbaa). China will draw further attention as it emerges as the largest wired broadband market in the world with 190 million connections in ...

Optimizing Video Press Releases – The Greg Jarboe Interview

I recently interviewed Greg Jarboe, President and Co-Founder of the public relations and search optimization agency, SEO-PR, about his professional client work on optimizing video in press releases, including for news wire services. Greg is also speaking at SES Chicago 2008 on several sessions, includingTurning ...

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