Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2014’

BroadbandTV Launches BBTV Brand Solutions as Ultimate Video Strategy Solution

By Nick Krewen for StreamDaily BroadbandTV founder and CEO Shahrzad Rafati is positioning her company’s new BBTV Brand Solutions as the ultimate video strategy solution one-stop. With more than 16,000 partners and a monthly reach of 1.7 billion unique views, media

Nordic Authorities Agree to Continuation of Nordisk Film & TV Fond

By TBI Reporter for TBI Vision The Nordic countries’ culture ministers and the region’s film institutes and broadcasters have jointly agreed the continuation of the Nordisk Film & TV Fond. The agreement clears the way for the fund to continue

How BroadbandTV Has Helped Hollywood Monetize Fan-Uploaded Video

By Lucas Shaw for The Wrap Hollywood’s fight against piracy has entered a new phase, one in which movie studios and TV producers are trying to make money off of what they once deemed stolen content. YouTube videos are the prime

6 Questions that Address the HBO-Amazon Deal and What it Means for Netflix

By Josef Adalian for Vulture It’s not TV. It’s not HBO. It’s HBO on Amazon! Yesterday morning, the pay-cable pioneer and the streaming giant announced a multiyear deal to bring many (but not all) of HBO’s older shows to the Amazon

Lionsgate and Digital Studio RocketJump form Multiyear Partnership

By The Deadline Team for Deadline Hollywood Lionsgate, the premier next generation global content leader, and RocketJump Studios, a pioneering digital studio that has emerged as one of YouTube’s hottest innovators, have formed a ground-breaking multiyear partnership for the creation

Rentrak Releases Report on State of VOD Indicating Primetime Viewing up 24%

Rentrak, the leader in precisely measuring movies and TV everywhere, today announced the release of the latest Rentrak State of VOD Report. The new report, which includes five years of video-on-demand (VOD) analysis from Rentrak’s OnDemand measurement service, shows that

Yahoo to Invest in Original Web Series Programming

By Mike Shields and Douglas MacMillan for The Wall Street Journal Yahoo Inc. is raising its ambitions in online video, with plans to acquire the kind of original programming that typically winds up on high-end cable-TV networks and streaming services like Netflix, people

YouTube Releases Multi-Platform Campaign to Promote Top Content Creators

By Melita Kuburas for StreamDaily When spending money on YouTube, advertisers want to know exactly what they’re buying. In the latest attempt to address buyer requests for a better understanding of what content their ads are wrapped around, the Google-owned