News and Articles About Online Video
All over the country, people are curling up with YouTube and Netflix.
It's an end of an Insta-era.
The video streaming service, owned by Twitter, says it has 10 million registered accounts.
This high school dropout turned viral video maker has worked with big brands such as Nike and Mercedes-Benz to create ads that millennials love.
Snapchat, which helped popularize the format, says that vertical video ads are nine times more likely to be viewed to completion than their horizontal counterparts.
Facebook, Snapchat and Vessel seemed to be the three names on everyone's lips.
Marketing pros in industries where live streaming is gaining traction can't afford to lag behind.
Other updates include new channel management capabilities on mobile and a rejiggered comments ranking.
Creators say their videos are being pilfered and posted onto Facebook by third parties, which detracts from valuable YouTube views.
As competition in the online video industry abounds, the space represents just one facet of an increased investment by YouTube back into its own creator ecosphere.
Spotify is expected to announce its video plans at a May 20 press event that could coincide with a rumored $400 million funding round.
More than a popular AMC program, the real "Walking Dead" may just be the service providers that lock people into bundled services.
This year could be huge: Improving the customer experience is key.
Fusing classical music with pop hits, The Piano Guys have risen to fame for viral videos filmed amidst eye-popping scenery.