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    Vine, the six-second video app started by Twitter just three years ago, will fold in the next few months.
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    Amzon's streaming video service is growing faster than predicted. But with 120 million users, eMarketer says Netflix has quite a cushion.
  • LiveStream Floats The Next Big Thing
    It's what's up front that counts. Now, there's a LiveFronts event to stay ahead of the next newest thing: Live streaming.
  • VR Is A Loner In A Social World
    Virtual reality videos are awesome, but you sort have to take my word for it. VR headsets make viewing a solitary experience.
  • Let The Skinny Wars Commence!
    By next year, consumers will have their choice of Web-delivered TV services. The major feature will be the lack of options, a low price tag and presumably, the lack of a contract.
  • Trump's Vanishing Entertainment Value
    He's still dangerous and obnoxious but some charts at Young & Rubicam suggest Trump's just gotten boring.
  • Digital Video Advertising's Perception Gap
    Digital video does as good a job selling as it does building brand awareness. Many marketers believe that. Most still don't.
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