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Should Closed-Captioning of Web Video Be Mandated By Government?

Grant Crowell interviews Josh Miller of 3PlayMedia, to talk about Congress' recent passing of two bills that will mandate closed-captioning of television programming over to the Internet. We discuss the questions: Will other “professional” online video programs be next? And, is legislation necessary, or will organizations determine that transcription and captioning of video content has a worthwhile ROI regardless of any mandate?

Will John McCain's Surge Into Online Video Result In Victory?

ReelSEO's Grant Crowell reviews Senator John McCain's new user-generated video strategy on his website – the “video supporter wall” – being touted by his campaign as a key feature to winning re-election in the contested and heated Arizona Senate race. What lessons have been learned since their 2008 online video trouncing from team Obama?

The YouTube Profitability Watch

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Panache To Up Your Video Ad IQ

So what's your online video ad IQ? You don't know? It's OK, no matter what it is,it probably isn't enough. With the rapid rate at which it's all growing and cha...

List of Online Video Platform APIs

As most of you know, an online video platform provides companies with video hosting and delivery services among various other features and functionality that ca...

OpenTV + Mood Ring = Awesome Video Search?

You hear the question probably every week "what are you in the mood for?" Well OpenTV and Jinni are taking that question literally with their new partnership th...