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YouTube to Use Nielsen Rating System for Ads

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To offer validity to their numbers, Google and YouTube are finally partnering with an outside agency to get advertising feedback and data. For years, they seemed too cool to use the popular tracking company Nielsen (who most notably track TV viewership numbers), or perhaps they were afraid of what they’d find. That is until now…or, […]

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YouTube Comment Changes Finally Surface

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It took a few months, but the promised changes to YouTube comments finally took full effect last week. While results have been mixed, in my opinion, at least they’re making an attempt to organize the comments a little better. According to Mashable, the changes include the integration of Google+ (which makes sense given Google’s stake […]

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Netflix and YouTube Are Way Ahead of the Competition According to Report

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There have been a lot of different reports cycling around the Internet, but the latest doesn’t bode well for the higher-ups at Amazon and Hulu. It seemed pretty obvious that Netflix and YouTube would probably dominate the numbers, but it doesn’t even appear to be close! The comes from a Internet traffic report that, according […]

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Digg Revamps Site With Focus on Video

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Digg, the once prominent social media-like sharing site, has had quite the falloff since it took the Internet by storm. They were one of the original upvote sites, but they fell from grace years ago. It appears they are down, but not out, as they’ve made some changes to their site with the focus now […]

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Comedy Central Greenlights 6 New Shows and Renews 3 More

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Comedy Central fans, listen up. News came down last week that Comedy Central and their CC: Studio station have renewed three shows and greenlit six new ones to expand their web series presence. According to their press release, Season 2 will occur for shows like Bro-Dependent, This is Not Happening, and The Walsh Brothers’ Great […]

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YouTube Overtakes Facebook as Favorite Site for Teens

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Move over Facebook because the teens have spoken! Although Facebook “stalking” will probably never go away, it does appear that Facebook is starting to lose its hold on our lives. The new winner could be YouTube. According to a report by Mashable, teenagers (aged 12 to 15) identify YouTube over Facebook as their favorite website. […]

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Stream Slingbox Through Airplay to Apple TV Now

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It just keeps getting better. Although I haven’t made the jump to Slingbox yet (something I’ve been meaning to do for a long time), the newest update in regards to streaming to Apple TV could push people like myself to finally acquire Slingbox. According to The Verge, Slingbox now has the ability to stream directly […]

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Netflix Mulling 4K Video Streaming

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I’m a pretty young guy, I understand that, but I can still appreciate how far video quality has come. It wasn’t too long ago we all knew what rewinding really was. Then came the DVD player, leading to the much higher quality Blu-ray player. Netflix, Hulu, and etc. followed and they’re essentially mainstays for avid […]

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Amazon’s Answer to Apple TV Won’t Arrive in Time for Christmas

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Apple can let out a sigh of relief. At least for the time being, Amazon’s much anticipated answer to Apple’s Apple TV will have to wait a bit longer. Amazon was reportedly hoping for a pre-Christmas release to utilize the holiday season. According to Apple Insider, Amazon had a few different reasons to push back […]

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Google+ and YouTube Unite to Create Communication Manager Role

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YouTube has made delegation easy. Although secondary users won’t have complete access to a YouTube channel/video, it now appears there’s a way to add a person to manage some content. According to Reel SEO, Google+ and YouTube have teamed up and made a new position called “Communication Manager.” Apparently it will allow a person (other […]

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Samsung Turns Phones into Remotes in Attempt to Keep Up with Competition

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Samsung has taken both a reactive and proactive step when it comes to the streaming game. With Google, Roku, and seemingly everybody else trying to make a living with a streaming service, Samsung seemed to have fallen behind in the race. It certainly didn’t last long. According to Gigaom, Samsung has taken a page from […]

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YouTube Expands Paywall to Increase User Revenue

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After dipping their toes in the pay-to-view waters, YouTube has taken another step. Now knee-deep in the waters, they took the next step in a market viewers probably aren’t thrilled about. There are two sides to every story, meaning the YouTube content creators now have more freedom in using a paywall to their advantage. According […]

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