News Archive for: ‘YouTube’

YouTube to Double Down on Its 'Channel' Experiment

By Amir Efrati for The Wall Street Journal  For Google Inc.’s YouTube it was a $150 million experiment: Seed dozens of new video “channels” on its Web service and see what works. So far, Google likes what it sees from

VIDCON Recap: It’s About More Than Just YouTube

By Ed Carrasco for New Media Rock Stars This year’s VidCon may have already come and gone, but here at NMR, what we’ve learned from the three-day event at the Anaheim Convention Center will stay forever. Vidcon was about having the biggest,

BroadbandTV Corp. Wins 2012 Top Innovator Award in B.C.

VANCOUVER, April 3, 2012  – BroadbandTV has been named Top Innovator in British Columbia, heading the list of the 20 most innovative companies in 2012 by BC Business Magazine. The company was recognized for “radically changing” the online media and technology industry

As YouTube Pours $100 Million Into Original Content, Some Top Tips On Making It Big

From The Associated Press YouTube has committed $100 million to 96 new video channels and has recruited top Hollywood talent to produce content. But the Google-owned site’s talent search is far from complete. Here are a few tips on how

iThentic and 3 O'Clock TV Launch "Guidestones" Web Series

By Tracy Swedlow for Interactive TV Today Canadian production companies, iThentic and 3 O’Clock TV, have announced the launch of their interactive Web series, “Guidestones.” The show, which was originally slated to launch last spring “delves into the mysterious Guidestones monument in Elbert County, Georgia,”

Google TV Gets Much Needed Upgrade

By Rik Myslewski for The Republic Google has announced a major upgrade to a product that has fallen flat on its Googly face: Google TV. “The initial version of Google TV wasn’t perfect, but launching it gave us the opportunity to

YouTube Wins Summary Judgment in Copyright Battle with Viacom

A judge granted Google’s YouTube motion for summary judgment in Viacom’s copyright lawsuit against the online video giant. Viacom filed a $1 billion suit against YouTube back in March 2007. The original complaint claimed 160,000 unauthorized clips were available on YouTube and those clips

Session One: Setting your digital resolutions for 2009

Welcome to the FanTrust guide to digital success – Setting Your Digital Resolutions for 2009. December is traditionally a time for reflection and goal-setting, both personal and professional. Though you know what it takes to reach your goals for, say,

Social media 101

Today, the term “social media” is used interchangeably with “Web 2.0” to describe digital tools and online destinations where individuals can share and connect with others – from social networks like Facebook, social bookmarking tools like Delicious, photo sharing sites

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