According to a recent report, 36% of all U.S. adults, catch up on their news via online video, with those under age 50 the heaviest consumers of digital news videos. In fact, 48% of 18-to-29-year-olds, and 49% of 30-to-49-year-olds now watch online news video. But should traditional broadcasters be worried?
A new partnership between CNN and Twitter will bring bite-sized video news to the social network every morning. The new series, ‘Your 15 Second Morning’ will be embedded on Twitter and shared from CNN’s account. The initiative follows the trend for snappy news content currently doing well across Instagram and Vine.
What happens when Internet video PR goes horribly wrong? You Get an Internet meme and a whole lot of attention. That’s what recently happened to Kentucky Republican Senator Mitch McTurtle, er McConnell with the #McConnelling meme.
Vice has been a point of reference for alternative news for years but now they’ve gone (almost) mainstream with a news and current affairs platform that promises the most hard-hitting coverage from their 1000 on-the-ground- local reporters.
Barack Obama’s fifth State of the Union is broadcast tonight, but you don’t have to be sat in front of a television screen to watch it. Almost every major news site, and dozens of major YouTube channels, will be live-streaming the event so viewers can catch every minute.
With TV viewing habits changing so rapidly and consumers turning to the internet for their news, old school and new broadcasters are using YouTube as a way of updating their audience with the events of the day. We look at some of the best news channels on the site.
Wochit has started a platform by which web publishers can get fresh, constantly-updating videos to their website. And generate revenue. With partnerships from Grab Media to Reuters, Wochit is looking to become a major source for video news by hooking up partners with their new platform.
I’m very confident that Internet marketers and video content producers can use YouTube to make 2012 presidential election predictions. And, by that, I mean you can use YouTube to make accurate 2012 presidential election predictions. How is this even remotely possible? According to RealClearPolitics, Mitt …
YouTube has changed politics utterly and irretrievably in the United States. There are many reasons for this, but a few are a bit more responsible than the others. Let's take a look at three key reasons why the political game in America has been forever …
Continuing my Web Videos That Suck! Series, I review some videos put out by elected officials in positions of U.S. Congress or State Legislature, submitted by our readers-slash-viewers. Learn why a poorly produced web video can overshadow the content of any political message, and some …