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MTV, originally an initialism of Music Television, is an American cable television channel based in New York City that launched on August 1, 1981. The original purpose of the channel was to play music videos guided by on-air hosts known as VJs. Today, MTV primarily broadcasts a variety of reality and scripted television programs targeted at adolescents and young adults.
MTV has spawned numerous sister channels in the U.S. and affiliated channels internationally, some of which have gone ...

Presenting The 2010 Streaming Media All Stars! ReelSEO’s Mark Robertson, Nalts, Steve Garfield, Jan Ozer, Andy Plesser Among This Year’s Team

Streaming Media magazine and Streamingmedia.com has announced the third annual Streaming Media All-Star team, a list made up of some of the most innovative, influential, and important players in the online video arena. The Streaming Media All-Stars are people who do their part to advance, evangelize, and …

iPhone App Fun, Video Games Attack, and A Freaky Voice – Viral Video Round Up

Good grief.  This is one of the best weeks for viral videos since I've been writing this weekly Round Up article.  There is so much good content to feature and reverse-engineer that I had a terrible time choosing which viral successes to feature.  Needless to …

Data Drives Dollars In Online Video – Media Minute

Media agencies and brands are hungry for data — they want better data that they can use to target their potential customers. That's why this week's New Media Minute takes a detailed look at a data-driven deal and a new research tool and explains why …

YouTube’s Music Video Discovery Service, Disco, Is Cool

YouTube seems to be constantly on the move, an ever-changing landscape of new services and features for video fans.  Even as their fifth anniversary passes, they seem to be continually striving for enhancements and improvements. Some of these changes are hits—such as the YouTube Safety …

Viral Video Marketing Round Up – Lessons From This Week’s Viral Video Successes – 02/12/2010

This being the week after the Super Bowl, you might expect my Viral Round Up to be filled with the best commercials.  But you'd be wrong.  Mostly this is because  I have a rather strict definition of "viral" marketing… one that makes it hard for …

Succesful Content Syndication and Aggregation Strategies

I'm at the Streaming Media West conference today in San Jose, CA and thought I would attempt some live blogging from this morning's session titled, "Successful Content Syndication and Aggregation Strategies." 

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 …

The Focus On Monetizing Online Video

Gone are the day of just simply putting video online for fun (for the majority of us). Now it's all about earning revenue or utilizing the video to push a product/brand. Sure it's still in its infancy and we've got a lot of issues to …

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 …

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.

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