Monday, August 20, 2012

Around The Net

  • How 'Vice' Became A Video Success Story Journalism.co.uk

    While the magazine is still running and is "a really important part of what Vice is", it represents less than 5 per cent of the company's overall revenue. Last year the total revenue was more than $110 million and Vice is "on track in 2012 to generate significantly more", Dan'l Hewitt, general manager of AdVice, a division of Vice Media, told Journalism.co.uk. ...Read the whole story

  • Netflix 1 Million Strong In UK, Ireland MediaTel

    In a statement, the online video service said it hit the one million subscriber mark in the UK and Ireland quicker than it took Twitter to reach one million global users. Netfix launched in the UK and Ireland at the start of the year, offering an unlimited film service for GBP5.99. The company plans to launch in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland by the end of 2012. ...Read the whole story

Video Views: Yahoo and Facebook Fight For No. 2 Slot

The latest comScore figures show that Facebook has overtaken Yahoo for the No.2 slot in video, trailing Google's YouTube. This isn't the first time this has happened; back in August 2010, Facebook pulled off this feat, ...More

  • DEV WATCH: Adap.tv Announces "Adap.tv Audience Unifier"

    As initially reported in VidBlog on August 17, Adap.tv just announced its “Adap.tv Audience Unifier” that enables brands to buy targeted digital video ads based on TV viewing behaviors using “Nielsen Online Audience Segments – TV Viewing” ...More