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La social TV ou le prochain big bang des médias - Le Huffington Post

La social TV ou le prochain big bang des médias - Le Huffington Post | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
La social TV ou le prochain big bang des médiasLe Huffington PostHashtag. Il ne s'agit ni d'une spécialité culinaire russe ni d'une nouvelle forme de graffiti new yorkais. Le hashtag, c'est ce petit sigle que vous voyez fleurir sur ...
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Bookmark, Save And Share Videos With This Web App: Watchlater

Bookmark, Save And Share Videos With This Web App: Watchlater | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it

Giuseppe Mauriello: Watchlater is a good way to manage your online video queue. It caches online video for later viewing.

You can use the app to bookmark video from a variety of sites, either using your iPad’s Safari browser or from any desktop computer using a bookmarklet.

 

From Official Website: 

"Cache your videos

No internet on the airplane, subway or train? How often did you complain about videos not loading while traveling? We fix this. Watchlater offers a novel caching function, which allows you to download videos from selected video hosts. This way, you can always access your videos. Online or not.

Our caching service costs only $1.29 for 150 download minutes. Btw, your first 60 minutes are free!

 

One single place for all your videos

Watchlater keeps your queue organized and in one place. Access your videos over any iOS device or the watchlater web interface.

 

Many ways to fill your queue

Watchlater comes with a powerful bookmarklet which detects videos from over 40 platforms (including blip.tv, TED talks, and Vimeo), even if videos are embedded on other sites. You can also post URLs into your queue via email. On top of that, connect with your Twitter, Facebook or Google Reader profiles to automatically add videos from these streams to your queue."

 

Check out it: http://watchlaterapp.com

 


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SOCIAL MEDIA: Study examines what makes a video go viral - Daily Democrat Online

SOCIAL MEDIA: Study examines what makes a video go viral - Daily Democrat Online | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it

When it comes to marketing via video sharing on social media, choosing an influential person to "seed" a video is essential - but video quality isnt all that important.

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Mobile Social Video Apps: What You Need to Know

Mobile Social Video Apps: What You Need to Know | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Mobile social video apps have been called the "Instagram of video." Here's what you need to know about how they work -- and what you're sharing with them.
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How TV can leverage Tumblr for social buzz and analysis

Natan Edelsburg: "[Rachel Webber, Tumblr’s Director of Partnership Development] gave Lost Remote an extremely detailed interview and inside look on how Tumblr fits into the social TV ecosystem, network’s doing a great job on Tumblr and best practices for launching and succeeding on the platform"...


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Don't Mean To Be Alarmist, But The TV Business May Be Starting To Collapse

Don't Mean To Be Alarmist, But The TV Business May Be Starting To Collapse | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
The question is... how fast?...
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Facebook Rolling Out 'Trending Videos' [REPORT]

Facebook Rolling Out 'Trending Videos' [REPORT] | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Facebook is reportedly rolling out a "trending videos" feature that highlights videos popular with your friends.
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YouTube's first transmedia sitcom goes above and beyond

YouTube's first transmedia sitcom goes above and beyond | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
The Fine Brothers have a long-established reputation for trying new things with web content, and this year, they're using YouTube's money to create not just a show, but a fully immersive social media experience and a full line-up of shows...
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Tremor Video Launches Platform For Building Ads That Work On Any Mobile Phone

Tremor Video Launches Platform For Building Ads That Work On Any Mobile Phone | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Until recently, mobile video ads have mostly been pretty boring. That's because, frankly, they're difficult to make and scale across all the different devices that brands, agencies and marketers want to serve them in.
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The Hybrid Media Challenge - Broadcasters vs the Force

The Hybrid Media Challenge - Broadcasters vs the Force | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it

Gary Hayes at the Media140 conference discusses: "high level challenges for broadcasters trying to truly integrate fiction, factual and entertainment with social, mobile and 2nd screen (or synch services)" …


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What kind of second screen viewer are you?

What kind of second screen viewer are you? | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it

Cory Bergman: "Not every TV viewer is the same, and that also goes for viewers who engage with the second screen" ...


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Want to reinvent TV? Don't forget the TV — Online Video News

Want to reinvent TV? Don't forget the TV — Online Video News | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
The future of TV may not be about apps, second screens and over-the-top at all but about new types of screens that fill entire walls and work together in a modular fashion. And the TV of the future may be a bit like your dog.
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Internet TV Industry News Update | LookeeTV's Blog

Internet TV Industry News Update | LookeeTV's Blog | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Even though 98% of video content viewed in America was done of TV screens, an increasing amount of it was done with online connections or connected TV devices. The survey also found that the average TV viewer ...
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9 Ways To Turn Web Video Into Your #1 Sales Tool – The Daily Egg

9 Ways To Turn Web Video Into Your #1 Sales Tool – The Daily Egg | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Andrew Angus of Switch Video discusses nine tips a website owner can use to increase sales with video.
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New Social Media Trend: Say Thank You!

New Social Media Trend: Say Thank You! | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Brands on Facebook are starting to take the “personal touch” of social media to the next level by thanking their fans individually.
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Airtime : une application vidéo pour les utilisateurs de Facebook

Airtime : une application vidéo pour les utilisateurs de Facebook | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Le défi pour les fondateurs et de créer rapidement une masse critique d'utilisateurs.
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TechCrunch | Boxee launches Cloudee, its private online video-sharing service

TechCrunch | Boxee launches Cloudee, its private online video-sharing service | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Boxee is best known for software that makes online video more accessible on user's TV screens. Now it's working on something totally different -- helping users to take their own personal videos and making them available in the cloud.
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New Social Personalized Music Video Discovery Service: Rockify.TV

New Social Personalized Music Video Discovery Service: Rockify.TV | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it

Excerpted from article by TechCrunch:

"One interesting trend I've been watching over the last year or so is the intersection of social and personalization as a way to discover new videos. And, of course, how it helps users to discover new music videos.

 

The latest entrant into the social music video discovery category is Rockify, which just launched its public-facing portal for music videos, Rockify.TV, in public beta.

 

Rockify.TV is kind of like Pandora for music videos, but with social hooks to help users find interesting content based on their own musical preferences, and those of friends.

 

The big difference comes in how Rockify displays videos to users — like the way MTV used to do it. Once signed in, users get a stream of music videos, based on trending music, personal favorites, and personalized suggestions. The site serves up a continuous stream of content, meaning that users never have to stop and search for the next video they want to watch — that is, unless they want to.

 

The startup has rolled out a web app that can be accessed from HTML5-ready browser — meaning that users with iPads and other mobile devices can access it...."

 

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http://techcrunch.com/2012/06/01/rockify-tv/

 

Try out it: http://rockify.tv


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Newslook iPad App Allows Users To Build Their Own Channel Using Videos From More Than 50 Sources

Newslook iPad App Allows Users To Build Their Own Channel Using Videos From More Than 50 Sources | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it

Excerpted from original article on GigaOM:

"While video lovers have gotten more and more social services that serve up interesting clips from friends, it’s still not easy to construct a more comprehensive look at video news by topic. That’s the gap that New York state startup Newslook is trying to fill with a new iPad app that allows users to construct channels of their favorite news subjects on the fly.

 

Newslook is now getting even more into the consumer video space with its first iPad app. The app, which will debut at the paidContent 2012 conference Wednesday, allows users to build their own channel using video from more than 50 sources including the AP, Reuters, Bloomberg, National Geographic and others.

 

Newslook takes in hundreds of videos each day from its sources and applies a bunch of metadata to a smaller number of clips, putting them into various taxonomies that can be searched. Users who look for Barack Obama or The Hunger Games can pull up a stream of professional videos that are tied to the topic and can create an instant channel based on that topic.

 

Newslook adds more than 150 new videos a day that have been hand selected and tagged with metadata. In addition to search, there’s also tabs for finding top videos and clips that are trending and featured. Users who view one video can also see a list of relevant metadata terms to construct a similar channel. And they can share their videos on Facebook, with Twitter and Pinterest support coming later..."

 

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http://gigaom.com/2012/05/23/newslook-ipad-app-brings-order-to-news-video-viewing/

 

Check out Newslook: http://www.newslook.com

 


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How a Viral Video Star Is Reinventing the Acting Biz

How a Viral Video Star Is Reinventing the Acting Biz | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Actor Miles Fisher went to Hollywood with the intention of using viral video to get producers to come to him -- and it worked. See how in this video.
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4 Ways Twitter is Socializing TV | Jeffbullas's Blog

4 Ways Twitter is Socializing TV | Jeffbullas's Blog | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Twitter is part of the changing landscape of communication and marketing that is transforming commerce, mobilizing political movements and spreading news in real time.
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How Social Video Could Kill YouTube

How Social Video Could Kill YouTube | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
Startups like SocialCam and Viddy, two of the fastest growing social networks for sharing video on smartphones, may be on a collision course with Google-owned YouTube.
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How FOX is the most social TV network

How FOX is the most social TV network | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it

Natan Edelsburg: "The past year has been a defining one for the network’s social TV efforts. Partnering with Twitter for DM-based voting for X Factor and launching “Touch,” the first ever global social launch were just among their many innovations."


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What's Next in TV: Machinima, The No.1 Entertainment Network on YouTube

Richard MacManus: "Video content is one of the fastest growing categories online. Television networks are scrambling to keep up"...


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Media Mind: Why Streaming Companies Need Original Content - Mobiledia

Media Mind: Why Streaming Companies Need Original Content - Mobiledia | Internet of things & digital trends | Scoop.it
MobilediaMedia Mind: Why Streaming Companies Need Original ContentMobilediaAmazon, Netflix and Hulu are among the major players in the streaming business already working on original content for exclusive viewing on their services.
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