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As Facebook Video Swells, YouTube Creators Cry Foul Over Copyright Infringement
Creators say their videos are being pilfered and posted onto Facebook by third parties, which detracts from valuable YouTube views.
A Behind-the-Scenes Tour of YouTube's Free Production Facility in NYC
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, Reddit to Leap Into the Ever-Crowded Online Video Business
Spotify is expected to announce its video plans at a May 20 press event that could coincide with a rumored $400 million funding round.
Time to Pull the Plug? 8 Real Threats to Traditional TV.
More than a popular AMC program, the real "Walking Dead" may just be the service providers that lock people into bundled services.
The Top 5 Ecommerce Trends You Should Look Out For
This year could be huge: Improving the customer experience is key.
How These Four Dads From Utah Quit Their Day Jobs to Make Millions on YouTube
Fusing classical music with pop hits, The Piano Guys have risen to fame for viral videos filmed amidst eye-popping scenery.
This Online Video Startup Is Betting Fans Will Pay for Early Access
Vessel launched its paid subscription service, offering programming at least three days before other websites in a bid to reshape an industry.
Analyst: Facebook Native Video Will Thwart YouTube's Throne in a Matter of Months
Industry analyst Jan Rezab said that a tide shift will occur about four months after Facebook offers users the opportunity to sell ads against their videos.
As Online Video Explodes, a Look at 5 of the Industry's Biggest Trends (Infographic)
A whopping $1.4 billion worth of mergers and acquisitions took place in the space last year.
NFL Launches First Official YouTube Channel Days Before Super Bowl Kickoff
After years of fiercely protecting its content, the NFL has reached a deal with YouTube to distribute game previews, highlights, recaps and more.