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YouTube is still thinking about the rental service which has been in beta testing for some while. It is currently working with a small selection of videos but according to Hunter Walk the website will offer the option to charge rental fees for uploaded content. This is interesting as YouTube goes to the pay per […]

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Verizon is trying to differentiate from the competition by adding YouTube streaming capabilities for their FiOS subscribers. So if you have FiOS and a PC you can stream YouTube content to your TV browsing with the included remote. Some of the features available on the website are also featured here: I will mention full screen […]

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Mobile media reached NHL! The Pheonix Coyotes team is using a mobile video sharing platform to keep their fans updated with the latest news regarding home games. Via mobile videos (and not only) users will be announced when something new happens with their favorite team: game highlights, interviews with team members and team news will […]

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Google expands ! There is no big news that they are buying and buying. Google has acquired four companies already: DocVerse, Picnik, reMail, Aardvark. The latest acquisition is a company called Episodic which is an online broadcasting platform for live and on-demand streaming. You can actually host, stream, monetize and access instant analytics for your […]

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IAWTV ( International Academy of Web Television) announced the 2010 Streamy Awards finalists for the Audience’s Choice. The nominees were selected from 150,000 submissions received during the admitted period since 15th of December 2009 till 18th of January 2010. The Streamys is an annual event (the only awarding event to be live streamed) created to […]

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Online video is growing in popularity month by month and comScore published new statistics. In the US, viewers watched 12.7 billion online videos during November 2008 and in December 2009 178 million people watched over 33 billion videos, so more than double. Pew Internet & American Life Project conducted a survey from March 26 – […]

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On Saturday a very strong earthquake hit Chile somewhere south of the capital, Santiago. The magnitude was 8.8 which is extremely high. UFC champion BJ Penn turned into an international reporter this Saturday by streaming live coverage from Chile, where a huge tsunami was about to hit the coast after the earthquake. Actually you could […]

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Here is some good news for the consumers: MPEG LA stated that H.264 licenses for video streaming will remain free at least for the next 5 years. Seems like this is the answer to what YouTube and Vimeo made (implementing the HTML5 video player about a month ago, which seems to win against H.264). MPEG […]

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O2 (one of the most important mobile broadband providers in the UK) is working together with Huawei to release the 4G technology and posted a video showing a demo of what this technology can do. They first conducted tests in December 2009 and this new demo presents a live HD stream at 8Mbps which looks […]

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After the successful launch of Hulu, content producers have been scrambling to get their content online. Cable providers have taken notice of this move and are focusing on integrating IPTV with their provided services to keep their subscribers. The latest content producer to join this effort in searching for an online video platform is HBO. […]

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