Millennials are watching less TV and are using their tablets and smartphones for viewing online video and broadcast content, according to a new report from YuMe. This should be a major concern to TV advertisers who are losing their audience to the internet.
Google + is giving their 300 million active users brand new video editing capabilities that will allow them to produce short clips using a range of filters and soundtracks. Twitter also announced that viewers will be able to preview video clips in their timeline without having to open them. This and more news in our daily round up.
YouTube has confirmed that they are currently testing the ability to watch videos on the Chromecast HDMI dongle that are embedded on third party sites outside of YouTube. Support for such a feature would mean videos curated on other sites, such as blogs, would be just as accessible for viewers.
In this week’s Creator’s Tip video, I talk through the options for hosting live streaming events with YouTube – on Youtube.com vs. on your own website using YouTube’s embedded player. Which is better for your brand, your live stream event, and your viewers?
Do you hate that YouTube’s buffering capability only works when the video is actually playing? Do you want buffering to happen while the video is paused? Here are a couple of browser add-ons that will help you do that.
Getting your first 1,000 subscribers might seem like a somewhat daunting task when you’re first starting on YouTube. Why 1,000? Well it’s the magic mark for enabling your channel for live streaming. Following these tips can bring you closer to that reality.
Hulu didn’t sell again. Back in 2011, it looked like it was hot to sell and then it pulled out at the last minute. And this year, it looked like it was hot to sell again. But Hulu has proven to be one big tease again in 2013.
Those looking for some good buzz around an event should consider live streaming. Creating a way for people to watch a music festival, or a unique multi-day event, streamed live to all, can generate significant amounts of attention to your business.
Bet Raise Fold comes from filmmakers Taylor Caby, Jason Rosenkrantz, and Ryan Firpo, who do a great job uncovering the reasons for what is known as “Black Friday” in the online poker world, and how it affects three players who relied on online poker to make a living.
Major tennis tournament Wimbledon is being streamed on YouTube this year, starting today. See the likes of Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Andy Murray and a whole lot more compete for a championship on your desktop or mobile device.