Despite a drop-off in the number of car trips for many Americans during the spring, broadcast radio continues to hold onto the largest share of any audio medium. Edison Research’s latest Share of Ear study shows 42% of all time spent listening to... Read More
Dolby has announced a new update to their Dolby On music and video recording app for musicians that brings livestreaming to the platform.
The app lets musicians and performers record music and video content on their mobile devices. It includes... Read More
ClutchPoints are commemorating Bryant’s final title with an eight part documentary on the 2010 Champions. This documentary will feature interviews from Kobe’s teammates like Pau Gasol, Metta World Peace, Derek Fisher, and others from the... Read More
Video streaming platforms have become major global financial success stories, and new copycat platforms are popping up every other day. But who are the major players in the video streaming world?
Well, one is obvious, Youtube, the go to platform... Read More
Google and Samsung have developed a new optimised version of YouTube that can be used on the Galaxy Z Flip phone.
The idea is that users can rest their phone on a table and watch YouTube content hands free.
The display splits into two 4-inch... Read More
Video on demand platforms are being urged to include public safety announcements about coronavirus in an effort to spread the word to viewers.
In an open letter to the media tech industry, Marc Risby, group CTO at Boxer Systems and DigiBox, is... Read More
The rate of cord-cutting in the US has been exaggerated, according to a report by VAB.
In the survey, ‘A Culture of Extremes: Exposing the Myths About Video Viewing Behavior’, VAB argued that pay-TV remains the leading video distribution... Read More
A Google Cloud outage on Sunday plunged most of North America and some of Europe into the 1980s.
Services like Gmail, Google’s G Suite, YouTube, chat service Discord, video service Vimeo, and social networking giant Snapchat faced downtime, as... Read More
Google’s YouTube reached a deal with Major League Baseball for exclusive rights to stream games in the second half of the season, continuing the expansion of live sports to the internet.
The 13 games will be distributed on YouTube globally, and... Read More
We may all be addicted to our phones, and we surely have NO IDEA how that is changing our cognitive functions, our relationship to our community, let alone how it will reshape our relationship to content in a long-term way. But here is something we do... Read More
According to the New York Post, Carmelo Anthony plans on doing his part to give high school basketball players a bigger platform. Overtime (a Brooklyn-based basketball network) will be receiving $23 million in Series B funding from Anthony, MSG... Read More
A majority of radio listeners surveyed by Jacobs Media for its TechSurvey 2018 said they listen to podcasts—including 11% who said they listen daily and 12% who listen at least once a week. It means nearly a quarter of radio’s listeners are... Read More
Despite the shutdown of Go90, Verizon’s attempt to create mobile-first programming for young audiences, brands and marketers have more options for long-form online video than ever.
The three-year-old Go90 never quite figured out how to grab a big... Read More
Running a marketing campaign online means blood, sweat, tears. And time.
One of the toughest things to figure out when organizing such a social media-bound marketing campaign, in particular, would be- the schedule. More precisely, how much content you... Read More
YouTube has given life to some unique genres and types of videos. One of these — the video essay — can be a great tool for media-literacy education. Here’s why: Video essays ground their arguments in important cultural or... Read More