Posts Tagged ‘online video’
  • rolling out new video service: “”
    by Mike
    Posted October 27th, 2009 at 1:54 pm
    In the grand scheme of online streaming, three big names including Pandora, Spotify, and could be considered the "big 3" of their market. If you love the latter, you're going to want to pay close attention to their new project titled: "". This new venture will revolve around (obviously) video content. Initially, CBS owned will feature content from music festivals across Europe and is reported to be launching this coming January. Until then, CBS will be hard at work li...
  • UK YouTubers soon to get full length Channel 4 videos.
    by Mike
    Posted October 8th, 2009 at 2:48 pm
    While here in the U.S., labels and content owners are just getting around to actually using YouTube instead of banning artists' videos and songs from it (ok, so a few stateside have actually taken advantage of YouTube), our neighbors across the pond in the UK are a few steps ahead of us. In what can be seen a extraordinarily large step forward for big media, Channel 4, a popular network in the UK is reported to be this close from signing a deal with YouTube. What's the big deal? Only that Cha...
  • Rupert Murdoch ruining Wall Street Journal iPhone/BlackBerry app. Sets Hulu in his sights. $$$
    by Mike
    Posted September 15th, 2009 at 12:38 pm
    In what is certainly a shame, the free nature of the Wall Street Journal iPhone and BlackBerry app is about to become a little less free. Starting "soon", users of said mobile apps will have to begin paying up $2/week, according to Rupert Murdoch as he spoke at a Goldman Sachs conference. Even worse, subscribers of the actual news paper who shell out over $100+/year will also have to pay albeit a slightly lower fee of $1/week. Well, so much for that stint on my iPhone. Looks like the WSJ a...
  • A world without YouTube?
    by Mike
    Posted April 9th, 2009 at 8:18 am
    When one thinks of an "over night success" or a company or product that has become so big, so ingrained in our everyday lives that it begins to be used as a verb, you almost take for granted said service.  The service I'm talking about is YouTube.  While it has only been around a few short years,  YouTube has gone from a niche site on the web to an online video powerhouse with millions upon million of users and videos.  What would happen if all of a sudden that resource was gone? (mo...
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