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IAB Releases Online Video Marketing and Advertising Best Practices Guide

IAB Releases Online Video Marketing and Advertising Best Practices Guide

The International Advertising Bureau's Video Council UK (IABUK) has just recently set forth a new set of best practices in regards to online video marketing and video advertising for 2011. Since we tend to talk a lot about those things I figured you might all …

Gamer’s Marathon to Stream Live Video for Charity in Memory of Lost Friend

Gamers Marathon to Stream Live Video for Charity in Memory of Lost Friend

I like finding stories that make you feel good about being a gamer and give you a chance to make a difference in the world. The fact that this one also uses online video in a pretty cool way means that I can also share …

Weekly Web Video Industry News Reel – 18 Dec 2010 – The Brno Edition

Weekly Web Video Industry News Reel   18 Dec 2010   The Brno Edition

It was a busy week here at ReelSEO. While Mark was away the mice played and wrote and watched a lot of video (some of them even Christmas related). The news still rolled as we get ready to wind down the year and so I'm …

Hulu's Domestic Disputes Leading to International Expansion?

Hulu's Domestic Disputes Leading to International Expansion?

Hulu, as far as I'm concerned, is in trouble. Their Hulu Plus service, which costs $7.99, is overpriced and still shows a ridiculous amount of ads and a limited amount of content. Their partners (and part-owners) like NBCU are making content deals outside of the …

Online Video Moves: iAd Goes International, Youngsters Lead WebTV Revolution, Beyonce Banned

Online Video Moves:  iAd Goes International, Youngsters Lead WebTV Revolution, Beyonce Banned

Ha ha suckers! We get iAd here…no wait, why is that cool? More ads is not what I need in my life. Steve Jobs announced that the UK and France will get iAd in December and then Ze Germans will get it in January. Whew, …

In-depth Review of ButoTV Video Platform: Interactivity Meets Simplicity

In depth Review of ButoTV Video Platform: Interactivity Meets Simplicity

Online video platforms (OVPs) are springing up all over the place. It's like the Dawn of Web 2.0 all over again and Buto.tv (prounounced boo-toe I think) is getting in on it as well (and have been for some time). However, they might be taking …

Digital Video and The Global Village – How To Craft Your Video for International Audiences

Digital Video and The Global Village   How To Craft Your Video for International Audiences

Asia is home to 40% of the Earth's internet users and China alone has almost a third more people online than the US.  With the internet population growing at a greater rate in developing and emerging markets than in the West, the opportunities for marketers …

The Sunday News Reel – Week of 11-17 October, 2010

The Sunday News Reel – Week of 11 17 October, 2010

Hey hey! Another week in the books as we wind down summer in the Northern Hemisphere and rapidly hurtle toward lower temps and the holiday season. Here in my part of the world the leaves are falling along with the temps. So it's time once …

Ad-Supported Vs Premium Subscription – A Delicately Balanced Ecosystem for Online Services

Ad Supported Vs Premium Subscription   A Delicately Balanced Ecosystem for Online Services

The IAB recently tapped McKinsey & Company to check into the value that users in Europe get from the free services they use. The services, which are ad-supported, offer a wide range of things like email, real-time communication, news, and networking and offer an extremely …

Dell Eyeing Internet TV and Streaming, Roku Wants A Bite Out of Apple

Dell Eyeing Internet TV and Streaming, Roku Wants A Bite Out of Apple

Dell, along with everyone and their brother it seems, wants in on the streaming video pie chart and they're preparing to cut themselves off a slice according to the latest reports. Networkworld reports they're looking into getting some devices in their lineup and looking over …

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