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Viacom, Google Bury Hatchet Over YouTube Copyright Allegations

Viacom, Google Bury Hatchet Over YouTube Copyright Allegations

The Viacoogle war is over! Viacom and Google settled out of court in a copyright lawsuit that's gone on longer than many have been watching video on the web (heck longer than I've been at ReelSEO). After seven grueling years it seems that Viacom is satisfied with Google's handling of copyright infringement now and decided to end it.

YouTube 'Super-Flagger' Program Has Been Quietly Active Since 2012

YouTube Super Flagger Program Has Been Quietly Active Since 2012

YouTube is using a team of 'Super Flaggers' to identify and report offensive content that violates its TOS. Most of the 200-strong group are individuals, but there are some “government agencies or non-governmental organizations such as anti-hate and child-safety groups” involved too.

YouTube for Kids? Google is Building a Child-friendly Video Site

YouTube for Kids? Google is Building a Child friendly Video Site

YouTube is developing a new child-friendly site in a bid to completely filter out those videos more suitable for adults than those under 10 years old. Google is talking to developers, and creators of children's content, to offer a site that parents can trust.

Playlist Live 2014: YouTube Convention Comes to Orlando This Week

Playlist Live 2014: YouTube Convention Comes to Orlando This Week

Playlist Live hits Orlando this weekend and ReelSEO will be there to capture the sights and sounds of this YouTube convention. It's completely sold out, but those with tickets can expect three days of star-spotting, networking, as well as the chance to learn new tips and tricks about online video.

McConnelling: When Video PR Goes Horribly, Horribly Wrong [Meme]

McConnelling: When Video PR Goes Horribly, Horribly Wrong [Meme]

What happens when Internet video PR goes horribly wrong? You Get an Internet meme and a whole lot of attention. That's what recently happened to Kentucky Republican Senator Mitch McTurtle, er McConnell with the #McConnelling meme.

Guinness and the Art of Social Video: We’re all a Bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day

Guinness and the Art of Social Video: We’re all a Bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day

As it's the 17th of March, and we’re all a bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, let's raise a glass of Guinness and watch ten of their very best social videos. The ten we've chosen have a remarkable knack for telling stirring tales of inspiration, dedication, ingenuity, and effort.

Viral Videos: ReelSEO Predictions Of The Week

Viral Videos: ReelSEO Predictions Of The Week

Videos can go viral within hours (see First Kiss or Evian Babies) so join us as we give you our predictions for the videos we think will be the most shared over the next 7 days. These include that sassy 3 year-old arguing with his own mother and the rules of F1 explained. Let us know your predictions too!

The Week in Online Video News & Views: 16th March 2014

The Week in Online Video News & Views: 16th March 2014

Twitter hires a serious ex-YouTuber to beef up, and monetize, its video offering, Netflix is helping the UK government track inflation, and TWC is being sued by the city of Los Angeles. More on these and other stories of the week, from ReelSEO.

Spain: International Video Campaigns Most Successful in 2013

Spain: International Video Campaigns Most Successful in 2013

A great viral video marketing campaign can reach audiences all over the world - as long as they have access to the internet. Sites like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter mean that a video can make an impact in many an overseas market. Let's take a look at the big viral hits in Spain in 2013.

Fun Video Friday: True Detective, Oreos and Scooby Dooby Doo

Fun Video Friday: True Detective, Oreos and Scooby Dooby Doo

'First Kiss' and 'Obama vs Galifianakis' may have dominated social media, and the news headlines this week, but we still have a lot of love for some of the other videos you may have missed in the last 7 days. Welcome to Fun Video Friday.

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