Taipei-based animation house known for cartoon news clips to try to expand to the states
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AOL is the top Video Ad property in the U.S., serving 4.3 billion video ads in December 2013 to 55.6% of online Americans. It's also the #3 Video Content property after Google and Facebook, so does that make it YouTube's only serious rival
Continued here: AOL: Is America’s Top Video Ad Property YouTube’s Only Serious Rival?
Brendan Gahan will be on a panel at the Reel Summit called, "Content Vs. Community: Which Is King?" We talked to him about the role of social media, the responsibility of multi-channel networks, and whether production value factors in to becoming a "hit" on YouTube
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Who will you see at the Reel Video Marketing Summit, and why should you attend? Here's a good three reasons why, and like successful video itself, it all comes down to content. What kind of content will you be seeing at the Summit
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The new season of Arrested Development came with lots of high hopes and expectations. And like all things where fans demand to be entertained exactly as they were before, those hopes and dreams were given a reality check. However, this season of Arrested Development is just as good.
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Ray William Johnson left Maker Studios back in October 2012, and then...things got ugly. Johnson is claiming that Maker Studios is holding his AdSense account and won't give it back. And now that the original contract has expired, he says he still hasn't gotten it.
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Unruly has unveiled something they call the "Social Diffusion Curve," which shows the life of a video measured through its shares.
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It seems like everyone is getting into the video ad game, and news keeps pouring out this week. Twitter is looking to add more video ad dollars to their platform, as they "secretly" talked to Comcast and Viacom about possibly setting up some network TV ads on the site.
Originally posted here: Twitter Also Looking Up More Video Ads, Not A Shock
ComScore has announced their February 2013 U.S.
Continue reading here: Comscore Releases U.S. Online Video Rankings for February 2013