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YouTube subscription service next month?

YouTube subscription service next month?

YouTube has prepared content owners for the release of an ad-free subscription version of its video sharing platform. The Google-owned company has been telling those who share ad revenue with…

US pay-TV viewing ‘13x more than Netflix’

US pay-TV viewing ‘13x more than Netflix’

Wurl, a US streaming video platform for pay-TV, has published a new video index that compares the usage of major video viewing services based on publicly available data. The index,…

Facebook introduces 360 Video

360-degree videos have begun rolling out in Facebook’s News Feed. “Our goal at Facebook is to connect you with the people and things that matter, every single day. Over time,…

YouTube will reveal ad view data

YouTube is preparing to let companies see what proportion of the adverts they place on the video platform can be seen by viewers. The move is a response to complaints…

Video Buffering biggest drag for iPhone users

Video Buffering biggest drag for iPhone users

Independent research commissioned by Openwave Mobility has found that poor mobile video streaming is an even bigger headache than a dropped call for iPhone users. Over 2,000 iPhone users in…

Ericsson: 35% of TV viewing is on-demand

Ericsson: 35% of TV viewing is on-demand

Ericsson has published the latest edition of its annual ConsumerLab TV & Media Report, representative of the viewing habits of 680 million consumers across the globe. The report reveals that…

YouTube Gaming goes live

YouTube Gaming goes live

YouTube has launched its spin-off gaming platform in the UK and the US. Branded “YouTube Gaming”, the dedicated app and website focuses exclusively on gaming content, with a greater emphasis…

Cap publishes vlogger ad guidelines

Guidelines have been published for video bloggers (vloggers) who enter marketing relationships with brands. The new rules encourage vloggers to label advertising content and explain when they have been asked…

Comcast readies Watchable UGC platform

Comcast is reportedly preparing to launch a new video platform branded ‘Watchable’, which will aim to take on the likes of YouTube and DailyMotion. Business Insider reports that Comcast is…

Facebook to pay video curators

Facebook to pay video curators

Facebook is set to start paying some video creators for uploading clips as it seemingly seeks to directly take on YouTube. The social media giant is launching a ‘Suggested Videos’…