10 Startups Changing the Video Space

Video began its evolution decades before the Internet changed it forever. In fact, it seems the way audiences create, share, and watch content is never stagnant for long. This is especially true in an era of apps. In the innovative video space, there seems to be no shortage of startups that are making a big […]

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Rabbit TV Offers New Ad Revenue Deal Where...

FreeCast CEO: “We’ll even provide millions of eyeballs they can monetize with this new program.” The exodus of subscribers from pay television is hitting TV programmers two-fold. Fewer cable TV subscribers means less subscription revenue, while the shrinking TV audience lowers ratings, and with them the prices that networks can charge for advertising. While the […]

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Jerry Seinfeld says the Internet is the Future...

As the web blurs lines between amateur and professionally-produced content, Seinfeld insists that a hierarchy remains. Years after dominating television screens, most Seinfeld fans probably think Jerry’s off the air for good. But the “show about nothing” star is still going strong, opting for a show on Sony’s Crackle over another traditional TV gig. “TV […]

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WSJ – Digital Video Rights Are Hurdle in...

Digital video rights have become a sticking point in the dispute between Time Warner Cable and CBS, highlighting how new online TV services are adding more tension and complexity to the dealings between content owners and distributors. Wall Street Journal reports (video): [iframe frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no” width=”600″ src=”http://live.wsj.com/public/page/embed-790CFA29_B0B5_4C68_AE99_3166BDB97726.html”]

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