In extraordinary situations technology that may be received as a past time may actually save your life. A recent case occurred February 7th 2010. Basically, a woman was watching the beautiful coast of St. Peter-Ording (a very popular holiday destination in Germany) using the live webcam integrated with the website. While browsing the site she […]

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Nowadays online video rental services are even more popular since YouTube has announced it’s new strategy. The major movie studios are getting involved by offering video content on web platforms such as YouTube. Lionsgate, Time Warner and Sony are just a few of the major production companies who have made these announcements. This particular philosophy […]

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Wikipedia will soon offer the ability to integrate video services within it’s website. As Wikipedia is the most visited online encyclopedia (and the 7th largest website in the world) they are about to increase user controlled and moderated video on a level that has not yet been seen before. The information is currently displayed as […]

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3D TV seems to be the next step in the media industry and a lot of announcements have been made since the concept was first published. Due to the 3D showings of the moving Avatar this buzz has steadily increased the activity on 3D TV on many blogs and other forums. Questions about how this […]

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One of the most commonly debated subjects online was the lack of Flash support for the iPhone. It started 3 years ago and a lot of contradictory opinions have been voiced but now seems like iPhone users agree that Flash is not really an essential feature for their mobile device. Once iPad was released (without […]

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Monetizing online video content has never been easier as multiple options have appeared in the marketplace. The most important thing you need to know is that monetizing means gaining revenue from your traffic. You have to give your brand some exposure, it doesn’t matter that your website has a unique look or sells unique products […]

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3D TV is becoming a very popular concept and seems to be the next true leap in the streaming media industry. With Avatar opening in many cinemas as 3D, the video industry has taken the preliminary step to make this available on your own TV. SKY television is trying to take an early advantage on […]

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HTML5 is expected to be the next technology to compete with Adobe Flash Player and Microsoft Silverlight. HTML5 is a Web standard compatible with the most recent browsers, used to play video content without any proprietary plug-in components. Now HTML5 is still in testing and big players like YouTube and Vimeo are offering the option […]

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Different sources have posted that Microsoft is currently in serious discussions with ESPN and Disney regarding streaming their content on the Xbox console. Seems like Microsoft is trying to change the Xbox image from purely a gaming console to a more interactive media portal for people of all ages. By paying for a subscription, people […]

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Mobile video content got a big boost since pre-roll ads have been launched. A very high number of end users are not willing to pay for content being streamed which is why streaming advertising will turn online video content into a revenue source. Recent stats reveal that 9 people in 10 are willing to receive […]

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