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Vine Teaser of New Wolverine Movie Shows Split-Second Creativity Can Work

Vine Teaser of New Wolverine Movie Shows Split Second Creativity Can Work

20th Century Fox released Vine footage of the new Wolverine movie yesterday, teasing yet another teaser that would play on MTV later. And that's one of the things Vine is good at--teasing. And it can be an effective marketing tool. Vine isn't being used a ton, but brands have been finding creative ways to implement it.

The Week In Video: Explain March Madness To Me Like I'm Five

The Week In Video: Explain March Madness To Me Like Im Five

We take a quick look back at the week in video and give you an overview of some of the stories you may have missed. This week, it's March Madness video time over at Twitter and Reddit debut a web series aimed at explaining some of the more complex economic. political and philosophical issues to five year olds.....

Studio Streams Full Movie on Vine: Is It A Disaster?

Studio Streams Full Movie on Vine: Is It A Disaster?

Oscilloscope Laboratories released their movie, "It's A Disaster," on Twitter and Vine in six-second bursts. It's an interesting experiment. And if it somehow creates more awareness for your movie that you otherwise would not have gotten, it's worth a shot.

Is YouTube Marketing Less Popular than Colonoscopies and Root Canals?

Is YouTube Marketing Less Popular than Colonoscopies and Root Canals?

Last week, a national poll by Public Policy Polling (PPP) found that Congress only has a 9% favorability rating with 85% of voters viewing it in a negative light. Now, if that’s what PPP had reported, no one would have noticed. However, the pollster decided ...

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up - Final Cut Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Final Cut Edition

This week I've got to get the final cut of the pilot episode over to the contest people. But, as always, I've been keeping an eye on the industry to see how things are going and this week there's some interesting stuff from the likes ...

Should You Join a YouTube Network? The Pros and Cons of YouTube Partner Networks [Reel Web #67]

Should You Join a YouTube Network? The Pros and Cons of YouTube Partner Networks [Reel Web #67]

On this week's Reel Web, we cover several online video related news items from the past week including the new YouTube studio space just opened in Los Angeles, updates to VYou's video Q&A platform, and more.  We also spend some time addressing a common question ...

Research Finds B2B Marketers Increasing Investments in Online Video for Content Marketing

Research Finds B2B Marketers Increasing Investments in Online Video for Content Marketing

It's been kind of a B2B week for me and what I've got covered. Earlier in the week LinkedIn announced that they've now got video ads. Today I've got some research from Brightcove, Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs that generally talked about content marketing for ...

Which Presidential Campaign is Winning in Social Video? The Unruly 2012 Election Tracker [Infographic]

Which Presidential Campaign is Winning in Social Video? The Unruly 2012 Election Tracker [Infographic]

The race for the White House is in full swing, but which campaign is winning in social video? Unfortunately, the interactive chart that was featured on YouTube Politics during the primaries disappeared when the YouTube Elections Hub was introduced on Aug. 22, 2012. So, if ...

Twitter Considers Original Web Series, YouTube Redesigns Homepage, 2012 Streaming Olympics, & More [Reel Web #50]

Twitter Considers Original Web Series, YouTube Redesigns Homepage, 2012 Streaming Olympics, & More [Reel Web #50]

This week's Reel Web covers a ton of information from YouTube's home page redesign, new analytic tools and b-roll videos from YouTube videos, to the ongoing debate between short form content and long form content, how you can watch the Olympics without cable and more. Twitter to Provide Original Content ...

A Weekly List of What to Watch in Original Web Series

A Weekly List of What to Watch in Original Web Series

With the rapidly blossoming expansion of original online series, I've been pondering a way to start curating some content via what I watch, because as this month-long online video viewing project I'm doing is going to show, I seem to watch a lot. Considering that ...

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