This was the week that Twitter and Comcast cuddled up together to bring us TV tweets, YouTube was voted the favourite youth brand, Philly deFranco launched yet another YouTube channel and the never ending saga of the Microsoft YouTube app rolled on.
That was the week that YouTube announced its Music Video Awards (please bring Miley and Sinead together), Vevo launched in Germany, GoPro unveiled a better, smaller camera, Netflix brought HD to iOS and everyone made an "I Quit" dancing video and uploaded it to YouTube.
It's been another crazy busy week in online video with an Emmy win for Netflix, YouTube offering copyright free music and upgrading the terrible comments system and Machinima releasing all 10 episodes of 'Mortal Kombat: Legacy' in one go.
Summer time is blockbuster time and the Gaming, TV and Movie industries all teased their audiences with some great trailers that attracted millions of views. YouTube has just announced the top trailers for this summer and we take a look at the winners.
Netflix has picked up three Emmys for its original content series 'House of Cards' including Best Director. It represents a milestone for the company as the the first web series to ever win a major Emmy award.
It's been a week where we've seen YouTube announce that offline viewing is coming to mobile apps but Vevo aren't happy with YouTube's plans and already look to have opted out. Meanwhile, Vimeo actually rolled those features out on their own app upgrade, beating YouTube by a couple of months. These stories and others in this week's round up of news.
Welcome to our weekly round up of online video news where we find out just how well the top YouTube Multi-Channel Networks are faring. BroadbandTV and VEVO announce record viewing figures and Maker acquire further funding for expansion. Oh, and there's a hamster driving a truck too.
Did you know that the long awaited Lil Bub documentary was now on YouTube, or how Australian police are using pre-roll advertising to find missing persons? Are you a YouTuber that thinks they can offer something to other YouTubers? Catch up with the weekly news here on ReelSEO.
Welcome to our weekly round of online video news from around the web. Out of the blue, YouTube decided to retire video responses which took many by surprise but that's YouTube for you. Elsewhere, The Fine Bros passed 1 Billion Views and Skype announced that they are working on holographic video technology.
As ever, it's been a news packed week in the world of video. There's the first crowdsourced full length Vine movie in the works, the NFL Sunday Ticket might just be coming to YouTube in 2014 and Kevin Spacey thinks the television industry should raise its game to compete with VOD content.