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Vimeo
is a video-sharing site (owned by Connected Ventures) which launched in
November 2004. The site supports embedding and video downloads, and
allows user-commenting on each video page.

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Video Content Discovery: YouTube Is Missing A Trick With Curation

Video Content Discovery: YouTube Is Missing A Trick With Curation

With 100 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute, are they missing a trick by not offering some editorial input the way Vimeo do with ‘Staff Picks’? Although they are the biggest video portal in the world, there are other sites who offer a better curation experience for viewers.

The Day In Online Video News And Views 19th November 2013

The Day In Online Video News And Views 19th November 2013

Vimeo hits 100 million users, YouTube issue a serious warning over fake views, Vevo partners with Yahoo to bring UK viewers online music, and you can now embed YouTube videos in Disqus comments. Oh joy. All these stories and more in our daily news round up.

The Day In Online Video News And Views 18th November 2013

The Day In Online Video News And Views 18th November 2013

YouTube went down for a bit but it’s OK now. The NFL and MLB are gunning for Aereo, programmatic buying is the new deal for video advertising and Slingbox owners get a Roku bolt on. All this and more from ReelSEO’s daily news round up.

Vimeo Pro Gives Away More Goodies To Annual Subscribers

Vimeo Pro Gives Away More Goodies To Annual Subscribers

Vimeo PRO users saw an increase in the features included in their subscription package today, including unlimited playbacks no matter where the video is embedded, 1TB of storage space per year and better customer service. They also get access to Vimeo on Demand which means they can offer their work for sale or rent and make some revenue from their content.

16 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

16 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

This was the week that Twitter and Comcast cuddled up together to bring us TV tweets, YouTube was voted the favourite youth brand, Philly deFranco launched yet another YouTube channel and the never ending saga of the Microsoft YouTube app rolled on.

Seven Of The Most Important Moments In Vimeo’s History

Seven Of The Most Important Moments In Vimeos History

Vimeo has been part of the video community for 9 years and, although it will never be a big as YouTube, it has forged a solid place in the hearts of many indie filmmakers and videographers. We take a look back at some of the biggest moments in the site’s history.

13 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

13 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

It’s been a week where we’ve seen YouTube announce that offline viewing is coming to mobile apps but Vevo aren’t happy with YouTube’s plans and already look to have opted out. Meanwhile, Vimeo actually rolled those features out on their own app upgrade, beating YouTube by a couple of months. These stories and others in this week’s round up of news.

Vimeo Offers Film Festival Entrants Cash In Return For Rights

Vimeo Offers Film Festival Entrants Cash In Return For Rights

Video platform Vimeo has joined forces with the Toronto International Film Festival to offer filmmakers a cash advance of $10,000 in return for exclusive rights over their festival entries for 30 days. At the end of that period, filmmakers can opt to keep their films …

Movie Supercuts, Awesome Covers, and Mind-Blowing Science: Fun Video Friday

Movie Supercuts, Awesome Covers, and Mind Blowing Science: Fun Video Friday

Fun Video Friday will cure your boredom by giving you tons of supercuts, a How It Should Have Ended for Pacific Rim, and even a Vsauce video on why you were bored in the first place. Plus, tons of terrific covers, a capella renditions, and a super stunt from Devin Supertramp.

A Wolverine Musical, Movie Supercuts, and One Bad Video [Fun Video Friday]

A Wolverine Musical, Movie Supercuts, and One Bad Video [Fun Video Friday]

All of these videos are awesome except one. But don’t worry, we warn you properly before you click “play.” Why would such a video be included in “Fun Video Friday?” Really, just so you can feel better about yourself, even though you may not feel great for humanity.

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