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DVD is an optical disc storage format, invented and developed by Philips, Sony, Toshiba, and Panasonic in 1995. DVDs offer higher storage capacity than Compact Discs while having the same dimensions.
Pre-recorded DVDs are mass-produced using molding machines that physically stamp data onto the DVD. Such discs are known as DVD-ROM, because data can only be read and not written nor erased. Blank recordable DVD discs (DVD-R and DVD+R) can be recorded once using a DVD recorder and then func...

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up – Thanksgiving Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Thanksgiving Edition

Plenty of news in the world of online video this past week, though many of us probably found ourselves distracted by things like family interaction, football games, and turkey. Because we were all a little more distracted than normal, it's an even better idea to …

You Can Now Rent Disney Movies On YouTube

You Can Now Rent Disney Movies On YouTube

As promised, Disney films are now beginning to roll out to YouTube Movies–the video platform's streaming online video rental service for premium video content. A handful of titles are available now, with many more on the way over the next several weeks–YouTube says it'll be …

VUDU Adds Downloads To Streaming Options, Some Competitors Follow

VUDU Adds Downloads To Streaming Options, Some Competitors Follow

The times, they are a' changin. It seems that every time we turn around the online video industry takes a step more towards what users want. This time round it's Wal-Mart's VUDU who is getting in step and showing us that they have been listening …

Warner Bros Signs Deal With LOVEFiLM For International Streaming

Warner Bros Signs Deal With LOVEFiLM For International Streaming

Warner Bros is continuing its big online video moves with a new partnership with LOVEFiLM, a leading European film subscription service, combining the benefits of DVD rental by post and, more recently, watching movies online via the LOVEFiLM Player. Something like the European Netflix.

Selling Video Online – When Video Itself Is The Product

Selling Video Online   When Video Itself Is The Product

The majority of our ReelSEO readers are video marketers, meaning they're well versed in using video to help promote, highlight, and advertise all kinds of other businesses, products, and services. But with the right content and in the right marketplace, video is a valuable commodity …

College Humor Looks to Cash In On Jake & Amir Web Series

College Humor Looks to Cash In On Jake & Amir Web Series

One of the best aspects of web video is the whole "free" part of the equation.  Web series have been funded through all means such as advertising and second jobs, but often that isn't enough.  What if you have a show that is so popular, …

What Hollywood’s Experiments With Online Streaming Movies Means For The Future

What Hollywoods Experiments With Online Streaming Movies Means For The Future

While everyone in the media been debating the many juicy storylines in online streaming services–such as the Netflix price hike and their new content licensing deals, or Hulu's possible sale to Google or other suitors and new ad formats like Ad Swap–and what these stories …

So Long, Qwikster, We Barely Knew You

So Long, Qwikster, We Barely Knew You

After a summer full of pratfalls and missteps, Netflix is on a roll lately, making good decision after good decision. First, they continued expansion into international markets like Latin America. For U.S. users, they've added tons of great new content deals for content like AMC's …

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up – Video Ads Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Video Ads Edition

As is the case with every week, there were a number of big stories, announcements, and releases in the world of online video over the past seven days. Odds are pretty good you didn't catch them all. So each week we put together this weekly …

Web Series Success Leads To New Mortal Kombat Movie

Web Series Success Leads To New Mortal Kombat Movie

It was only a matter of time.  It all began when TV director Kevin Tancharoen made a short Mortal Kombat film for YouTube called Rebirth, which led to the successful web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy.  Several million views and a DVD release later (set for …

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