February 15, 2012
Online Video News
AOL Signs Blinkx for Video Search, Drops In-House Truveo
Blinkx will power AOL's video searches, and gain 35 million hours of content for its video index.
Amazon Signs Deal with Viacom for Streaming Content
Number of titles available to Amazon Prime members now tops 15,000.
A+E Networks Chooses FreeWheel for Advertising Platform
FreeWheel's system will be used across all the network's mobile sites and properties.
Keeping Employees Engaged with Online Video the GM Way
Employees will watch longer if they can create their own videos (just be sure to screen them first).
Yahoo: Our Video Strategy Is More 'Holistic' than YouTube's
Providing context is one way that Yahoo hopes to stand out against YouTube, as both pursue original premium content strategies.
What's Coming in the Apple iTV? Online Video Insiders Predict
Seven heavyweights from the online video world tell us what they think the iTV will look like, as well as their own wish list of features.
Web Video Workshops to Offer One-Day Workshop for End-to-End Multiple Screen Delivery
Attendees will learn encoding, server configuration and player development for playback in Flash, HTML5, iOS, Android and OTT
Wowza Media Systems 2012 NAB Show Preview
"Broadcasters around the world are using Wowza Media Server(R) 3 to deliver vibrant video and engaging audio content to any screen reliably and without interruption; and they're reaping the benefits in increased revenue and audience loyalty. They're also
Digital Rapids NAB 2012 Preview