• Alpha One Capital's Dan Niles Excited about Facebook Video Ads
    The analyst tells CNBC that Facebook's entry in online video advertising should propel its stock; also tweaks Yahoo's Marissa Mayer
  • Twitter Now Has Search Function for Videos, News, Friends
    Twitter started a new search feature that help users sort through tweets more efficiently. After entering a query in the search bar that appears on Twitter.com, you can now filter results by people, friends, photos, videos, news or proximity.  
  • NFL Now a New Online Platform for Fans, Debuts This Summer
    NFL Now will launch over the summer and will feature a video hub that changes based on the user’s favorite teams and players. The basic service will be free, and content will be available across multiple platforms, including Yahoo Screen, Xbox One, and mobile devices. NFL Now will launch over the summer and will feature a video hub that changes based on the user’s favorite teams and players. The basic service will be free, and content will be available across multiple platforms, including Yahoo Screen, Xbox One, and mobile devices. - See more ...
  • College Website Says Streaming Rules
    The 34% of Millennials who favor online video to broadcast television will increase in number, says this writer for NeonTommy, the USC-based Website that claims to be the most-visited opinion-based Website run by college students.
  • How Touching: Start Up Says Users Don't Want to Lean Back
    Erick Schonfeld, the co-founder of TouchCast, talks about his new start-up that aims online video clickable, swipeable and chock-full of web widgets.
  • Mass Audience of the Super Bowl Makes Internet Advertising Seem So Small
    In case you really wondered, Mediaocean puts some dollar signs around the numbers associated with Super Bowl advertising. The average cost per spot, it says, is $5.2 million, and the most expensive single one is $9 million.
  • An Unruly Look at Super Bowl Pre-Buzz
    Axe marks the spot, sort of. In pre-game teases of Super Bowl ads, its new one has the most shares, says Unruly Media.
  • Definitely TMI: PewDiePie Says He Steals HIs Internet from Neighbors
    PewDiePie, whose YouTube channel recently shot past the 21 million subscriber marker, and averages 200 million views a month, told his fans on a video that, well, he doesn't have his own Internet connection. After moving to a new apartment several weeks ago, he's had connectivity issues, so he's stealing from his neighbors. It's also slowed his productivity.  Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg is the 24-year-old online video sensation better known to the world as PewDiePie. His YouTube channel recently passed the 21 million subscriber mark and averages over 200 million ...
  • TubeMogul Touts Its Open Video View as Viewability Solution
    A new TubeMogulVideo study says there are two basic reasons a viewer won’t see an ad, it says: One is that they're ignoring it, and and the is that it's pre-roll that starts playing at the bottom of the page.
  • For First Time in Six Years, Comcast Quarterly Results Show Uptick in Cable Subs
    Comcast Corp. added 43,000 video subscribers in the fourth quarter - the first quarterly gain in six and a half years - as the nation's top cable TV company said that uptake of its X1 set-top box helped it retain customers and boost video-on-demand spending. But it lost subs overall in 2013
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