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Online video industry news and information about the internet video industry, including: online video search engine optimization, online video marketing, video advertising, video analytics, video industry technology, and news covering the tremendous growth of the online video industry.

YouTube Prankster Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Makes World Cup Final Debut

YouTube Prankster Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Makes World Cup Final Debut

Never mind that Germany beat Argentina 1-0 on a thrilling late game goal to become the first European team to prevail in a World Cup in the Americas. YouTube prankster Vitaly Zdorovetskiy was streaking and Lebron James caught it all for Instagram to see!

Creator Studio App for iOS: One Stop Shop for YouTube Creators

Creator Studio App for iOS: One Stop Shop for YouTube Creators

Google has released the Creator Studio app for iOS devices and this app is no slouch. With the increasing importance of mobile in the video market, this app provides a one stop shop for creators to see all of the most important details about their channel on the go.

YouTube’s Potential Revenue Shortfall and Where That Leaves Creators

YouTubes Potential Revenue Shortfall and Where That Leaves Creators

According to reports, YouTube accounts for $3.5 billion of the nearly $58 billion in revenue at Google. It is quite impressive that YouTube is profitable at all, considering that it ran in the red for at least its first five years in existence. However, if video creators looking to make content for a living will need to go where the money is and if YouTube can’t raise revenues for creators, it may not be the destination it was once.

All Your Favorite YouTube Complaints in One Handy Video!

All Your Favorite YouTube Complaints in One Handy Video!

YouTubers BarelyPolitical have made a video that addresses the biggest complaints that users have about the site, including those big hits, Google+ integration, live-streaming issues, frustration with monetization, MCN’s, and lack of views. It’s hilarious and well worth watching.

YouTube to Block Artists Who Don’t Sign Up to New Music Service

YouTube to Block Artists Who Dont Sign Up to New Music Service

YouTube will drop music content from indie artists who haven’t signed up to the site’s new premium music-streaming service. And we’re not talking obscure little bands here, but global megastar acts like as Adele, Radiohead, and Jack White – musicians for whom YouTube has been a major promotional tool.

YouTube Suspended Accounts Cull Will Affect Your Subscriber Numbers

YouTube Suspended Accounts Cull Will Affect Your Subscriber Numbers

YouTube is clearing suspended accounts from its system, and this will have an impact on subscriber numbers on other channels. The good news is that although subscriber counts may fall, view counts will remain the same, as views aren’t counted from suspended users. The new feature is being implemented to ensure that the subscriber count remains as authentic as possible.

Grill the Video Gurus at The 2014 Reel Video Summit

Grill the Video Gurus at The 2014 Reel Video Summit

“Grill the Gurus” is a fantastic opportunity for attendees to the 2014 Reel Video Summit to learn, network, and share information with their peers and industry professionals. You can pick the very Guru you want to meet, or even suggest an expert if you have a particular query just for them!

Why the Twitch Purchase is Great for YouTube But Could Suck for Twitch

Why the Twitch Purchase is Great for YouTube But Could Suck for Twitch

The rumor that YouTube will pay $1 billion to acquire Twitch is great news for YouTube and makes perfect sense. Google created a great feature with Google hangouts and although they integrated it well with YouTube, it never gained traction as a community based streaming tool. Acquiring Twitch, even at the steep cost of $1 billion, would instantly give YouTube the top online streaming community.

Call for Speakers Now Open for 2014 Reel Video Summit‏

Call for Speakers Now Open for 2014 Reel Video Summit‏

Last year’s Video Marketing Summit was a tremendous success and as a result of the overwhelming demand from the attendees we’re meeting again this year to take our commitment to video marketing even further. The “Call for Speakers” is now open for the 2014 Reel Video Summit, which will be held July 24-25 at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco.

TED Study Proves That YouTube Commenters Are The Worst

TED Study Proves That YouTube Commenters Are The Worst

A recent study would suggest that people do act differently when it comes to YouTube as opposed to other websites, particularly when it comes to leaving comments for the creator or brand. And, no surprise, YouTube commenters are often much more negative about presenters when it comes to voicing their opinions.

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