Microsoft and Google have been arguing for months over the YouTube app available to Windows Phone users. Taken off the market in May, it's now back in the Windows store - with ads but without the ability to download videos. Some nice new extra features too.
Brands should let their customers do the talking by becoming brand advocates and sending their own user-generated video content through social media to spread the word. There are a number of ways to get your fan base excited about doing this for you, and how it can be a fun and cost-effective method of advertising.
YouTube's Capture App for iOS has had its second big features update since its release in December 2012. Creators with multiple YouTube channels can now upload to the channel of their choice and manage all channels from within the app itself. The upgrade also promises better uploading on iOS 5 devices.
After a move that was never going to do anything but pay off, YouTube's break away from Apple and the release of its own standalone app has contributed to an estimated mobile ad revenue of around $350 Million for the company in the last six months.
It's been a very busy week for NewFronts, with AOL, Yahoo, Crackle and Hulu all announcing new and original online video content for the coming year. Meanwhile, YouTube told us why they were better than TV and Red Bull Stratos took home a clutch of Webby Awards.
YouTube has finally updated their iOS app to include live streaming and a host of other features such as easier access to new uploads from those channels you subscribe to. You can also now queue up videos to play via your connected TV from the comfort of your own sofa.
Vine, the 6 second video app, have introduced a new feature that allows users to search either via a trending hashtag or from a selection of Editor picks or from those videos that are popular on the site right now. It's a nice little update and blends very well with the way that we currently use Twitter.
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After a brief respite from triple digit temperatures up here in Milwaukee, they've returned. Blah! So what better reason to stay inside and watch online video or read about what's gone on in the industry this week, right? Well here's a quick look at some ...