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Wall Street Journal Launches ‘Off Duty’ YouTube Channel

Wall Street Journal Launches ‘Off Duty’ YouTube Channel

The Wall Street Journal announced it will launch a YouTube channel today that features "soft news" instead of "hard news.”  The channel will showcase "Off Duty," a daily lifestyle show based on the eponymous section of WSJ Weekend, the Journal's Saturday paper. Hosted by Wall …

YouTube Scheduled Channels – Encouraging Partners To Develop Scheduled Content

YouTube Scheduled Channels   Encouraging Partners To Develop Scheduled Content

YouTube is about to look a lot more like traditional television. According to the Wall Street Journal, YouTube is hard at work on developing a group of scheduled channels. With top-quality content that adheres to a regular publishing schedule, YouTube hopes to grab larger chunks …

Bids For Hulu Due Tomorrow, Google & Amazon Lead Suitors

Bids For Hulu Due Tomorrow, Google & Amazon Lead Suitors

For a good few weeks there, the web media world was all abuzz with the news of the possible sale of Hulu. We speculated on who the potential buyers might be, with reports suggesting everyone from Google to Yahoo might be involved in negotiations. And …

Hulu For Sale, Considering Offer From Unknown Potential Buyer

Hulu For Sale, Considering Offer From Unknown Potential Buyer

Hulu, the online provider of streaming movies and television shows, has received an offer from a potential buyer. The identity of the buyer is unknown, though rumors suggest it is a well-known, very large company. What is known, is that Hulu is considering the offer, …

More Details On YouTube’s Pursuit Of Celebrity Channels & Professional Content

More Details On YouTubes Pursuit Of Celebrity Channels & Professional Content

You know those rumors that went around a while back about YouTube courting celebrities and professional content creators to come create videos exclusively for the site? The Wall Street Journal was the first to report on it, and speculated that YouTube was willing to spend …

Microsoft Buys Video & Messaging Company, Skype, For $8.5 Billion

Microsoft Buys Video & Messaging Company, Skype, For $8.5 Billion

Seemingly out of nowhere, Microsoft has acquired Skype for $8.5 Billion, according to the Wall Street Journal. There were rumors last night of the deal, and that was the first I'd heard of this possible deal. Now, half a day later, it's official. The move …

YouTube Will Fund Their Own Original Content Channels With $100 Million

YouTube Will Fund Their Own Original Content Channels With $100 Million

According to the Wall Street Journal, YouTube is in the midst of a major overhaul that is aimed at positioning the site as a leading content provider for the Internet television age. The company will dramatically alter their home page to feature professional content–and will …

Television Advertising Takes Cue from Online Ad Targeting

Television Advertising Takes Cue from Online Ad Targeting

I read a pretty interesting article over at The Wall Street Journal which I don't really view as an unbiased news source, but which does have massive resources to come up with interesting articles. The article in question talked about how personal information is being …

SocialEyes Launches Unnecessary Video Chat for Facebook

SocialEyes Launches Unnecessary Video Chat for Facebook

A new venture from RealNetworks founder Rob Glaser aims to do what Chatroulette couldn't–succeed in the world of video chat. The company is called SocialEyes, and is co-founded by Rob Williams, who also worked at RealNetworks. The secret weapon? Facebook, apparently. SocialEyes will allow you …

Trouble in Huludise as Partners Decide How Online Video Service Will Survive

Trouble in Huludise as Partners Decide How Online Video Service Will Survive

Hulu, according to the Wall Street Journal, is rife with internal strife. It seems that there have been some meetings this week between the partners (NBC Universal, News Corp., and Disney) and the management of Hulu over the future of the company. At stake is …

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