August 27, 2014
Online Video News
Surprise: Amazon, Not Google/YouTube, Will Purchase Twitch
Were the unnamed sources mistaken or did Google back out? And why would shopping giant Amazon want a video game network?
Tablet TV Prepares for Beta Launch in San Francisco
One startup plans a new way to access over-the-air broadcast content, creating a service just for tablets that has no monthly fees.
TiVo Launches Over-the-Air DVR for Households Without Pay TV
Pitching it as a legal alternative to Aereo, TiVo debuts a $50 DVR for over-the-air content. Owners can stream video to mobile devices with the TiVo Stream
Streaming Media West Introduces New Discovery Pass
Never been to a Streaming Media West event? The new Discovery Pass makes it easier than ever to check out the exhibit hall, keynotes, networking opportunities, and our new two-day Discovery Track of how-to sessions, product labs, and panel discussions
Online Video Ecommerce Fails: Big Brand Mistakes to Avoid
How are viewers supposed to scan a QR code on a speeding race car? When it comes to selling with online video, even big brands miss the obvious.
Campaign Goals Should Drive YouTube Brand Activity: Pixability
There's no one-size-fits-all solution to branded online video. What brands put into YouTube should be determined by how they can best grow an audience.
Elemental Powers Deutsche Glasfaser live Linear TV and Multiscreen Services
Deutsche Glasfaser to offer IPTV over FTTH network using Elemental video processing solutions
SnagFilms, RiffTrax, and Baeblemusic Bring Content to the Big Screen with JW Player Google Chromecast Integration
JW Player customers enabled for streaming of free movies, TV shows, music videos, artist interviews and paid original video content in traditional TV format
TubeMogul Expands Global Presence In Latin America With Key Hires in Mexico, Brazil
Digital media evangelists Bernardo Toca and Adriano Hayashi join TubeMogul to spearhead growth in key Latin America markets