Netflix’s first animated series is coming to the site on Christmas Eve and that Google Glass wearing driver pleads not guilty just like she said she would. More on these and other stories of the day from ReelSEO.
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.
The cable industry has been facing some real challenges over the past few years, the least of which is cord cutting. Now Comcast must be feeling the sting of all those lost subscribers because they’re starting to dream up new ways to monetize content via more video advertising.
Kaltura is rolling out a new white label, OTT video platform which will bring subscription based pricing to their platform. The new feature means that the company will able to handle any kind of online video monetization imaginable.
Netflix escape a $10 Million payout as they win a lawsuit against a filmmaker who sued when they refused to carry his movie, Samsung may be creating a Google Glass rival and GetGlue gets snapped up by video discovery start up i.TV. This and other news of the day from ReelSEO.
It’s been another crazy busy week in online video with an Emmy win for Netflix, YouTube offering copyright free music and upgrading the terrible comments system and Machinima releasing all 10 episodes of ‘Mortal Kombat: Legacy’ in one go.
The way we watch video is changing by quarter by quarter as the technology becomes more advanced and the devices become ever more affordable. 10% of all video watched online in Q1 2013 was done so via a smartphone or a tablet (or both) as viewers themselves become increasingly more mobile. Live video also proved to be a crowd pleaser.
There are a number of sites online where you can sell your videos. Here’s a nice list of video-capable sites where you can earn money, and not just the well-known destinations like YouTube and Vimeo. But we cover those, too.
It's something that we all should know at this point: low quality video will turn your viewers off in a heartbeat. And we're not talking just poor production values, we're talking buffering, slow startup time, and low resolution due to bitrate issues. According to a …
Happy 2013! If 2012 was any indication on where online video is going, then 2013 is set to be a major year again for several parts of the industry. As we watch it unfold it's always nice to see what's going on in areas that …