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Weekly Web Video Industry News Reel – Read like an Egyptian Edition

Weekly Web Video Industry News Reel – Read like an Egyptian Edition

So it's Sunday. The people of Wisconsin are still celebrating the winning of Super Bowl XLV by the Green Bay Packers and Egypt has finally tossed its oppressive president, Hosni Mubarak, out after eighteen days of demonstrations. None of that has anything to do with …

TwitPic Adds Support for Video Uploads, Confuses Me

TwitPic Adds Support for Video Uploads, Confuses Me

TwitPic is moving beyond photos by rolling out support for video. In a blog post yesterday, the company states their intention to be your one-stop shop for sharing media of all varieties via Twitter. Users can now upload video from the TwitPic website, from their …

5 Tips for Creating Effective Interactive & Clickable Videos

5 Tips for Creating Effective Interactive & Clickable Videos

Clickable video poses exciting opportunities for the future of video. Video is projected to continue its dominance of web traffic, largely because it's a much more engaging and connected form of communication than written word. (Wait till my girlfriend reads that). The majority of the …

Vimeo Custom URLs, Enhanced Privacy & More Cool Stuff

Vimeo Custom URLs, Enhanced Privacy & More Cool Stuff

Vimeo must think it's still the holiday season, because they're still handing out gifts to the members of the Vimeo Plus user community like crazy. Specifically, they're increasing the size of individual video downloads and giving users the option to use custom URLs, as well …

The Golden Age of Online Video News Consumption?

The Golden Age of Online Video News Consumption?

Today at the Washington Post and Beet.tv will explore the so-called golden age of online video in a two-hour panel panel discussion with Ann Derry, New York Times; Steven King, The Washington Post; Mark Larkin, CBSNews.com; Kevin Roach, The Associated Press; Anna Roberston, Yahoo! News; …

Weekly Web Video Industry News Reel – The Egyptian Edition

Weekly Web Video Industry News Reel   The Egyptian Edition

Hello Reel Believers, welcome to the end of another week and the beginning of a new one. Time is flying and we're already at the end of January. Next week my Green Bay Packers take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl! In the …

Top 6 Websites for Discovering New & Emerging Viral Videos

Top 6 Websites for Discovering New & Emerging Viral Videos

I've been writing a weekly round up article on the best and hottest viral videos for well over a year now. One of the most common questions I'm asked is about my sources–where do I find the videos I feature in my weekly best-of article. …

Video Encyclopedia Qwiki Wants To Make Information Into An Experience

Video Encyclopedia Qwiki Wants To Make Information Into An Experience

Qwiki is out of private testing and now available to the public. Haven't heard of them? Well, then, you haven't been reading TechCrunch lately.  Qwiki is the winner of the most recent TechCrunch Disrupt contest and is using video in some pretty interesting ways.  Now …

YouTube Quietly Changes Default Embed Code to HTML5-Friendly iFrames

YouTube Quietly Changes Default Embed Code to HTML5 Friendly iFrames

Have you ever embedded a YouTube video on a blog or other website? If so, you're probably familiar with the code format–it has long been made up of Flash-based "object" tags. But now, without any formal announcement or promotional fanfare (with the exception of a …

The Viral Future: What We Can Expect From Branded Video Advertising In 2011

The Viral Future: What We Can Expect From Branded Video Advertising In 2011

Every website remotely related to online marketing has published a year-end list of the best videos of 2010–I even wrote one.  Most folks who wrote list articles like that just lumped all viral videos into the same pool, whether they were created by a brand …

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