February 11, 2013
Online Video News
TubeMogul Opens Office in Japan, Announces $1.24M in Financing
Partnerships with investors DAC and Omnibus will let TubeMogul bring real-time bidding and advanced targeting to buyers.
BizVision Offers On-Demand Videographer Network
Thanks to a nationwide network of video talent, putting an event online requires no in-house experience.
Nativ Brings v5.0 of Mio Asset Management Platform to the U.S.
Features new to v5.0 include project workspaces with social collaboration, browser-based editing, and improved search.
Samsung: Give Viewers Access to Video or They'll Find Another Way
The world of digital entertainment is rapidly changing, and video publishers need to learn from the lessons of the music companies.
Best Practices for Planning a Live Video Event
Experts from Ustream, Livestream, and more offered live video advice during a Streaming Media West discussion.
How Fox Monetizes its OTT and TV Everywhere Offerings
When it created a YouTube channel for "American Idol," Fox faced an ad rights minefield. Learn how programmers can monetize their streaming video deployments.
Nintendo and CollegeHumor Team Up for 3D Animated Series BearShark on Nintendo Video for Nintendo 3DS
VirtualArtsTV Rolls Out Mobile App In Support Of First Live-Streamed Performing Arts Festival
The VirtualArtsTV app encourages the WiredArts Fest audiences to interact during the show via photo galleries and social chat. It is available in both the iPhone and Android app stores.
Soulja Boy and Boyce Avenue to Perform at the 3rd Annual Streamy Awards
The 3rd Annual Streamy Awards Presented by Coca-Cola to Be Streamed Live on Feb. 17, 2013 At 6 p.m. EST / 3 p.m. PST from the Hollywood Palladium,
Newtek and What's Trending to Host a Special Event Headlined by Kevin Smith
Panel of cross-industry Internet TV entrepreneurs to discuss the future of online video on special episode of “What’s Trending”