REDWOOD CITY, Calif — As more and more publishers seek broad distribution of their videos to other sites via an embed code, many advertisers raise concern over where that video and associated ad will play.
SAN BRUNO, Calif — Late yesterday, YouTube launched an ambitious new product to allow users to edited uploaded videos in a range of file formats.
Multi-Platform Strategy Essential for Web Publishers as Viewers Watch Videos on Devices in Big Numbers
In today's Wall Street Journal, Jessica Vascellaro reports on the growth of long-form Web video. She quotes Jim Louderback saying that as much as 40 percent of Revision3's Web video programming is watched on television and other non-computer devices.
Today, Fox is expected to announce a Hulu-like service for mobile devices that will offer a range of content from Fox, NBC Universal, and Discovery, according to a report in GigaOM
DailyMotion, the Paris-based video sharing site which enjoys considerable popularity in Europe, has been making progress in the United States, registering at number 17 in comScore's ranking of U.S. video sites in December.
Keep an eye on how the growth in online video will shift this year into the mobile world via smartphones like Google’s Android and Apple’s iPhone, said Will Richmond, the publisher of daily news site VideoNuze.
Recent moves by YouTube and Vimeo to preliminarily embrace HTM5, a technology for publishing video directly onto Web pages, using an open source code, has been generating a lot of excitement, but not from the Mozilla Foundation which manages the Firefox browser.
KickApps, social media platform provider, has begun to offer publishers a premium services tool for video publishing. The New York-based company is among the first companies to use Adobe's new open source media framework.
At this time last year in my New Media Minute, I picked five new media companies to watch in 2009: Kaltura, My Damn Channel, Quantcast, 5min, and Boxee.
TubeMogul, the Emeryville-based video syndication and analytics company, has entered into an agreement with Brightcove to provide analytics tools to the big Boston-area video services company.
Republicans Embracing YouTube with “Tons and Tons” of Uploads…but No One Beats Nancy Pelosi’s Cat Video
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Stung from the 2008 election losses, Republican members of Congress are uploading videos to YouTube in much greater numbers than Democrats.
SAN JOSE, CA — Software giant Adobe Systems is using its new open source media framework player on Adobe.TV, the company’s new video site. The site launched in September.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA — Ooyala, the online video services company started by ex-Googlers, is developing realtime analytics for video producers to closely monitor the success of their content.
SAN JOSE, CA – Adobe’s latest version of Flash has been installed in some 98 percent of the world’s computers, according to Kevin Towes who is product manager for Flash Media Server.*
“Social TV” is Here: Facebook Connect is Emerging as Powerful Catalyst for Video Views and Joost Integration Proves It
Facebook integration around video got its first high profile exposure with CNN and the Inauguration of President Obama, but the first was last year's collaboration with Joost.
Brands making videos for YouTube don't need to spend a lot of money because there's no correlation between production values and views, the online video strategist Kevin Nalty told me in this week's New Media Minute.
Brightcove, the video platform services company, which has established a reputation for providing video services for big publishers and business enterprises, is launching a slimmed down version of its solution priced at $99 per month
Forrester has published a comparative study of six online video platform service providers. We reported on the study on Friday.
Despite the commanding position of YouTube, with 40 percent of video streams in the U.S., the quality of the environment for advertisers is not always acceptable, according to leading digital advertising executives.
NBC Sports will announce plans today to use Microsoft Silverlight as the software for Web viewing the Winter Olympics Games in the United States.