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Can Digital Compete with TV-Like Numbers?

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

[email protected] – the digital high school basketball network

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

How To Launch A Podcast: An Intro For Radio

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

What Are The Long-Form Video Options For Brands

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

5 Ways To Save Time While Managing Your Social Media Accounts

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

10 YouTube Teaching Video Essays Channels

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

Smartphones Are Not Little Televisions

Facebook’s head of content strategy and planning Matthew Henick told an audience at MIPTV that content producers need to stop regarding smartphones as a smaller TV screen and start seeing them as a way of connecting with the... Read More

The Future of Online Video in 2018

2017 was a banner year for over-the-top video, and digital video in general. Paid OTT “skinny bundles” now have millions of subscribers, new niche entrants made their mark, and advanced video advertising continued to evolve and mature. But now... Read More

Vimeo releases @mevocamera, integrates with it’s Vimeo Live Service

One month after announcing it would acquire Livestream, Vimeo is back with a new Mevo camera, one that integrates with Vimeo’s own live streaming service. The Mevo Plus will have improved wireless streaming compared to the original thanks... Read More

Despite cord-cutting increases – Millennials still watch TV

Millennials are spending more time watching content on TV than they are on digital platforms. As cord-cutting increases — combined pay-TV subscriber losses approached 1 million in Q2 2017 — and consumers turn to digital platforms to view... Read More

5 Tips For Your Roku Player

Roku is the number 1 most popular streaming media player in The United States; however, many are likely not taking full advantage of everything it has to offer. So we wanted to take a moment and show you my top 5 Roku to help you get the most from... Read More

Facebook Watch is LIVE for all US users

Today, Facebook officially opened its new Watch tab of original video content to everyone in the U.S. after a limited rollout a month ago and expansion to some more users last week. Available on Facebook’s native mobile apps, desktop site, and TV... Read More

Live streaming showdown: #YouTube or #Facebook

Whether you’re a business, a blogger, or a journalist – live streaming on social platforms is an excellent way to build a following and grow your brand. YouTube and Facebook are both popular choices for content creators looking to increase... Read More

NFL Is Going #OTT to Stream Games — Who’s the Digital Bully?

Long thought to be one of the linchpins of the cable bundle, the National Football League has acknowledged that it needs to appeal to a wider audience of consumers by going over-the-top (OTT) and bringing in consumers who want to watch the games... Read More

AwesomenessTV to Acquire YouTube MCN Big Frame

AwesomenessTV, a leading multi-platform media company serving the global teen community, announced today that it has agreed to acquire the YouTube multi-channel network Big Frame, a pioneer in digital talent and influencer management. Together... Read More

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