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Netflix Won’t Own Binge-Viewing for Much Longer

Netflix Won’t Own Binge Viewing for Much Longer

These days, being the first place to binge-view a season of a popular series is nearly as important as being the first place to watch an episode. Netflix wants to own binge-viewing, but networks are starting to exert their authority to ensure that doesn’t happen.

TV Everywhere Mobile Ad Viewing Rockets into Orbit with 200% Growth [Report]

TV Everywhere Mobile Ad Viewing Rockets into Orbit with 200% Growth [Report]

TV Everywhere, which gives the viewer the option to watch online video on demand content wherever they want, whenever they want, is a goldmine for video advertising ROI. We take a look at the latest report from FreeWheel on the state of the industry.

How Web Publishers Can Get Started With Video Advertising

How Web Publishers Can Get Started With Video Advertising

The advertising industry has finally embraced the power of online video and will be investing heavily in 2014, but what does that mean for web publishers? We give you the insights into three different approaches to video advertising and what it takes to win with each

Native Video Advertising Drawing Much Interest from Major Brands [Study]

Native Video Advertising Drawing Much Interest from Major Brands [Study]

Forbes and Sharethrough have released a new study, "Going Native, How Marketers are Reinventing the Online Video Advertising Experience," which assesses adoption trends related to native video advertising for major brands. They found some interesting trends emerging in terms of what these major brands are using, where …

Time Warner Says Streaming Video Services are Stabilizing Their Industry

Time Warner Says Streaming Video Services are Stabilizing Their Industry

Time Warner has been one of the more forward-thinking companies in the cable TV space as far as I'm concerned, at least when talking about streaming video. Now, in a recent financial meeting, the CEO, Jeff Bewkes, seems to have completely embraced streaming video.

Hulu Heads to Traditional TV with Kevin Smith’s “Spoilers” Airing in Canada

Hulu Heads to Traditional TV with Kevin Smiths Spoilers Airing in Canada

It's not the first time that a web series has jumped from IPTV to broadcast or cable, and I doubt it will be the last. The interesting thing in this deal, is that it's Hulu's original show. Other shows were more independent, like "Sanctuary" which …

Break into Primetime with Adobe’s New Integrated Video Platform

Break into Primetime with Adobes New Integrated Video Platform

So, as I previously mentioned, I chatted with Adobe about their Project Primetime and its new features which they've just unveiled. Ashley Still, director of product management for video solutions at Adobe (whew!) talked with me about what is coming to Primetime, what it's all …

Brightcove Announces Video Content Exchange Initiative

Brightcove Announces Video Content Exchange Initiative

Brightcove announced a new program today for Video Cloud Pro and Enterprise customers. It's something that was a trend last year I think. They've started a Content Exchange Initiative that allows Video Cloud users to, basically, syndicate content out to their sites to boost the …

DBG Offers New Premium, Curated, Video Content Library Platform, CLiP

DBG Offers New Premium, Curated, Video Content Library Platform, CLiP

DBG announced they have a new premium video content offering and so I sat down with Matthew Corbin. Matthew was the driving force behind DBG's recently-launched Content Library Platform (CLiP), an innovative take on content syndication and publisher partnerships. The new offering is part of DBG's …

AOL Editors Room Gives Editors New Online Video Resources

AOL Editors Room Gives Editors New Online Video Resources

Content is hard to come by, or rather it was. Several initiatives in the latter half of this year are creating curated, syndicated premium video content feeds that can give publishers added video content as well as new monetization options, and AOL has just announced …

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