Plenty of news in the world of online video this past week, though many of us probably found ourselves distracted by things like family interaction, football games, and turkey. Because we were all a little more distracted than normal, it's an even better idea to catch up on the latest news, opinions, articles, and tips from the online video universe.
Reel Stories You Might Have Missed
- Netflix will take a loss in 2012... yikes.
- Online video revenue tripled this year.
- Relationship video marketing advice from Blogworld's Rick Calvert.
- Video seeding is crucial to your marketing efforts.
- Vudu now adding video download options.
- Internet TV will explode in 2012.
- Disney movies now available for rent on YouTube Movies.
- Tips for how businesses can use Google Plus Pages and Hangouts--from Google themselves.
Online Video News
- Netflix subscribers are getting $1 back in DVD price abuse settlement. (Fierce Online Video)
- The rumored Apple iTV could be pretty awesome... assuming it's real. (All Things Digital)
- Hulu Plus adds a bunch of classic television series. (Hollywood Reporter)
- You can actually rent the first three Mission Impossible movies directly on the Mission Impossible Facebook page. (Home Media Magazine)
- Over half of viewers watch TV shows and movies online. (Broadcasting Cable)
Online Video Editorials & Opinions
- Will Arrested Development turn a profit for Netflix? (Media Post)
- The UC Davis "pepper spray" videos show how a lot of news now originates on YouTube. (ReelSEO)
- One video entrepreneur's list of things he's thankful for. (Media Post)
Gadgets, Tools, Tips, & Software
- How to edit jump cuts. (ReelSEO)
- You can now watch Slingbox on Facebook. (Lost Remote)
- Samsung will make Google TV devices. (ReelSEO)
- Will the Nikon D800 shoot 1080p video and 36 megapixel still images? (No Film School)
- Promoting your video contest with owned media. (ReelSEO)
- First footage from a RED SCARLET-X. (No Film School)
- YouTube on Google TV has been given an upgrade. (ReelSEO)