Photobucket’s mid-April site relaunch aims to provide users with a single hub for all their photos and videos — in their original size, says David Toner, VP of marketing for Photobucket. Once photos are uploaded to the site, users can share, edit and post their photos to any website. The 10-year-old site — one of the very […]
LONDON – Giving customers more screen time by driving content through apps, mobile devices and smart TV platforms, will grow news organizations' video consumption in the future, says Brightcove's Marketing Chief Officer, Jeff Whatcott in this video segment from the recent Beet.TV journalism summit.
The title and thumbnail accompanying online content plays an impertative role in how effectively it shared on the social media space, says the content recommendation firm, Outbrain's COO, David Sasson, in this interview with Beet.TV
Good titling will make for effective sharing via social media says the content recommendation firm, Outbrain's CEO, David Sasson, in this interview with Beet.TV
TV shows that extend the offline viewing experience for audiences on Facebook, via video and “dangle the carrot,” are most successful in driving audiences to owned media, says comScore’s Media Evagelist, Eli Goodman, in this video interview with Beet.TV
LONDON – Mainstream news broadcasters are airing user generated content from Bambuser's live video service to bring audiences breaking news from areas of conflict that has restricted media access, says its Executive Chairman, Hans Eriksson.
PARIS – Ooyala, the U.S. based provider of digital video services, has raised $35 million in a new investment round, the company's biggest single raise.
FOX's American Idol ranked top in Optimedia's fifth annual Content Power Ratings, which measures performance across televisions, computers, smart phones and tablets, says its Executive Vice President and Business Development Director, Greg Kahn, in this video interview with Beet.TV
Increasing discoverabilty for online video, using metadata, will increase traffic and drive business opportunities forward say news publishers at Beet.TV’s recent video news strategy session.
NewsLook syndicates online videos from some 50 sources, including the top news wires, niche producers and independent video journalists, says founder Fred Silverman in this interview with Beet.TV
Multi-platform arts video network Ovation, announced Kaltura as its video management and distribution platform.
SAN BRUNO, Calif — YouTube has introduced a new editing functionality which allows content creators to convert conventional video files to 3-D. YouTube also supports the upload and publication of content shot with 3-D equipment.
Brightcove, the big Boston-based provider of online video services, has filed for an initial public offering, the company announced today.
On Tuesday (August 2), hundreds of citizen reporters around the world will attend Meetups organized by CNN to mark the fifth year anniversary of its iReport.
Limelight Networks, the big content delivery network, has become a significant player in the online video platform business since its acquistion of Delve last August.
Vimeo has become the video sharing site of choice for many videographers and professional film makers. With its ad-free player and high quality playback, it has become the "hipster YouTube," writes John Patrick Pullen in Fortune magazine.
Ooyala, the fast-growing Mountain View, California- based provider online video services, has entered into a multi-year agreement with the Yahoo! Corporation of Japan to manage and distribute a broad range of video services.
SundaySky, Tel Aviv/New York-based start-up with 50 employees, using no video camera or production staff, will produce 1.4 million video clips this month for a range of big retail and real estate corporate customers including Overstock.com and the History Channel.
Digitalsmiths, company which creates metadata around video images, has acquired Gotuit, a company which produces human metadata authoring, the companies announced today.
Dailymotion Hits 70 Million Monthly Uniques with 57 Percent Jump in North America: Launches in Australia, Next Morocco
PARIS — Dailymotion, the Paris-based online video site, has registered a 21 percent rise in unique visitors around the globe to reach 70 million, according to the latest numbers from comScore Media Metrix.