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Twitch Announces LAN Gaming, Live Streaming Zones For TwitchCon

TwitchCon 2015 is shaping up to be an exciting event. The first-ever convention put on by Amazon’s live streaming site Twitch has announced its main interactive areas , dubbed “zones,” including a massive local area network (LAN) setup and a live broadcasting arena.

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New Web Series Reveals How Googlers Spend Their 20% Creative Time

For years, Google has touted its “ 20% time ” management philosophy, where employees can use 20% of their work time to be creative and innovative in a way that will benefit Google. This ”20% time” is something of a mystery; besides major projects like Gmail and Google News, which were a result of the management method, no one really knows how employees currently utilize this free time, or even if it’s free time at all .

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What’s Trending, Firetalk Partner For New Live Streamed Podcast

What’s Trending has launched a new podcast, and brought on a live streaming partner to add in a visual element.

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MiTu Network’s Latino Stars Come To NBC Universo TV Channel

As NBCUniversal mulls a big investment in digital media , one of its subsidiaries has forged its own pact with an online video network. NBC Universo , a TV channel that offers programming for young Latinos, has struck a deal with MiTu that will bring a series called Vive el Verano to traditional and digital platforms

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Fuisz Media Raises $10 Million To Create More Interactive Videos

Fuisz Media has secured itself a hefty chunk of change. The interactive video company, founded in 2012 by Justin Fuisz , has raised a $10 million funding round led by Evolution Media Capital . Fuisz Media’s proprietary technology allows its partners to put clickable annotations in videos

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Honda’s Sponsorship Of Yahoo’s ‘Community’ Drove 164% Increase In Brand Recall

Back in February 2015, Honda announced it would be the official presenting sponsor of Yahoo’s new season of Community . Now, the results of that partnership are in, and they’re quite remarkable.

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Honda’s Sponsorship Of Yahoo’s ‘Community’ Drove 164% Increase In Brand Recall
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New Video Platforms Mean New Opportunities: Welcome to the Video Reblog!

The cost of producing video content is still prohibitive for many brands and creators, but there's a whole new family of video production platforms that can substantially lower the cost per-video. Just as YouTube and the affordability of webcams created the perfect storm for video blogging, these innovative platforms are encouraging their own type of video format – the video reblog.

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Short Film From Former Pixar Animator Comes To Facebook’s Oculus Rift

Facebook and YouTube are currently battling for online video supremacy , but at the same time, they are emerging as rivals in the world of virtual reality, too. As YouTube rolls out its own library of 360-degree videos that can be viewed on devices like Google Cardboard, Facebook is support its own VR projects. One recent premiere on the Facebook-owned Oculus Rift is Henry , a short film from former Pixar animator Ramiro Lopez Dau .

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Netflix May Be Up For Making More ‘Wet Hot American Summer’

Netflix is open to the idea of making even more Wet Hot American Summer episodes. According to Deadline , Michael Showalter , co-writer and co-star of Netflix’s upcoming original series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp , said a second season of the show is definitely possible.

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Why YouTube Will Be Better Off Without Google Plus

In a bid to overhaul the comments system on YouTube, Google forced users to integrate with its social platform, Google Plus. But now Google has reversed the decision, which is good news for YouTube users, and probably for YouTube itself in the long run.

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