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ESPN is an American global cable television network focusing on sports-related programming including live and recorded event telecasts, sports talk shows, and other original programming. Its name derives from Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.
Founded by Bill Rasmussen, his son Scott Rasmussen and Aetna insurance agent Ed Eagan, it launched on September 7, 1979, under the direction of Chet Simmons, the network’s President and CEO (and later the United States Football Le...

Disney Flock Swarms IPad

Well it was inevitable right? Every time a new gadget is unveiled everyone must flock to it. This time Disney is pulling no punches and wants to be the dominant media force on the platform. Check out all the work they've put into their presence …

The Long Tail of Video Viewing Shows The Underdogs On Top

Everyone talks about YouTube, heck, even we talk about them in various forms and for various reasons. They're the 800lb gorilla, only we all talk about it all the time. Well this time round I'm not (yes, I know I just did). I'm going to …

Viral Video Marketing Round Up – Lessons From This Week’s Viral Video Successes – 12/12/2009

With the weekend upon us, it's time for a Viral Round Up again.  Some really good examples this week that we can learn from, so let's dive in.

Viral Video Marketing Round Up – Lessons From This Week’s Viral Video Successes – 11/07/2009

It's time again for another Viral Round Up (it's actually a day or so past the time for another Viral Round Up, and I'm hoping you'll forgive my tardiness). As usual, the past week offers us several examples of viral success—some intentional, some accidental, and …

The SEC Hopes To Block Twitter and YouTube Usage

The NCAA's Southeastern Conference is taking a bit of a stand against YouTube, blogs, Twitter, and other so-called "new media" that fans and journalists enjoy using to share news, photos, videos, and opinions.Having just signed a $3 Billion deal with ESPN and CBS, the SEC …

Microsoft Bing Video Search – A Quick Overview

Microsoft has launched their new Google competitor, bing, complete with video search and everything. The thing is, I don't know what all the hype is about. People are talking about it like it's going to be some actual competition to Google and from what I …

Videosurf Announces Search and Video Lookup APIs

VideoSurf recently announced some new APIs are ready for everyone to tinker with. Videosurf is a video search engine that covers some of the largest video site like Hulu, ESPN, YouTube and more. The two new APIs they've announced are Video Search and Video Lookup. …

How Websites Around The Globe Leverage Online Video

How Websites Around The Globe Leverage Online Video

Back in March, we published some research which we believe helps to provide some unique insight into how various companies and vertical markets leverage website video content. Today, we offer up the following research, which takes a look at website video usage for the top …

Clickable Video Monetization – Interview With CEO of VideoClix

http://www.reelseo.com/clickable-videoclickable-video/8028/ – VideoClix’s CEO -Babak Maghfourian talks about their video delivery platform producing “clickable revenue” for advertisers and publishers.

How Companies and Sectors Use Website Video

VideoBloom, a video advertising and distribution solutions platform, has created something they call the Video-Enabled Web Index, or VIEW Index.  Essentially, this index provides detailed insight into the ways and extent to which various vertical markets and high-profile companies are utilizing online video on their …

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