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Native Video Advertising Drawing Much Interest from Major Brands [Study]

Native Video Advertising Drawing Much Interest from Major Brands [Study]

Forbes and Sharethrough have released a new study, "Going Native, How Marketers are Reinventing the Online Video Advertising Experience," which assesses adoption trends related to native video advertising for major brands. They found some interesting trends emerging in terms of what these major brands are using, where ...

Twitter Considers Original Web Series, YouTube Redesigns Homepage, 2012 Streaming Olympics, & More [Reel Web #50]

Twitter Considers Original Web Series, YouTube Redesigns Homepage, 2012 Streaming Olympics, & More [Reel Web #50]

This week's Reel Web covers a ton of information from YouTube's home page redesign, new analytic tools and b-roll videos from YouTube videos, to the ongoing debate between short form content and long form content, how you can watch the Olympics without cable and more. Twitter to Provide Original Content ...

Jumping On The Bandwagon: Amazon Wants To Make Shows Too

Jumping On The Bandwagon: Amazon Wants To Make Shows Too

Is Amazon trying to keep up with the Joneses? According to Forbes, Amazon may be turning a little green with envy watching Netflix, Hulu, & YouTube get into the premium original content creation game, because they're apparently gearing up for their own turn as a TV ...

iPad & Tablet Business Use Grows For Video & More

iPad & Tablet Business Use Grows For Video & More

iPads and tablets are popular for watching videos and playing Angry Birds, but they're also gaining traction in the enterprise and in business to business uses. Here's a look at how hospitals, corporations, manufacturers and an independent auto dealer are using these new devices. The ...

Everyone Needs To Just Calm Down About The Netflix Price Hike

Everyone Needs To Just Calm Down About The Netflix Price Hike

This week, Netflix stunned the entire world by being the first company ever to raise prices. No wait... that's not accurate. I guess it just feels that way because of all the hyperbole and trumped up outrage. Every tech blogger worth his salt has published ...

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up - Mobile Video Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Mobile Video Edition

It was a big week in video—of course, you can just about say that regarding any week these days. But still, we had big news announcements, writers with strong online video opinions, new tools and gadgets released, and plenty of branded and unbranded video fun ...

More Senior Executives Are Using & Sharing Online Video Says Forbes

More Senior Executives Are Using & Sharing Online Video Says Forbes

In June of last year, Forbes Insights partnered with Google to conduct a study on how C-Level Executives were using video for business purposes.  The results, which we wrote about at the time, showed that their use of video was on the rise, particularly with ...

The Sunday News Reel – Week of 18-24 October, 2010

The Sunday News Reel – Week of 18 24 October, 2010

Brrr! It's cold over here (well at night anyway). I do believe there's snow at the top of the local mountain already. That would be Ještěd for those that are interested, on a clear winter day I can see it from my office window, we ...

C-Level Execs Turn To Web Video for Business Information

Forbes Insights, in association with Google, announced the release of a new study today called, "The Rise of the Digital C-Suite: How Executives Locate and Filter Business Information."  The study is of 354 C-level and top executives at major US companies with annual sales in excess of ...

Major Network Internet TV Strategy - Article From Forbes.com

Forbes.com: NBC, CBS, ABC and FOX's Internet TV Strategy Forbes.com has a good article from last week about TV on the Internet and what NBC Universal, CBS, ABC and Fox are doing with online video. These major networks are getting serious about online video. Forbes ...

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