"Facebook shared today that it is turning on live video broadcasting from its app for all iPhone users in the United States. This feature was previously limited to public figures and verified accoun..."
"Spotify is launching video content on its Android app this week, says The Wall Street Journal, with the update reportedly coming to iOS users by the end of next week. Spotify announced it would be..."
At CES, YouTube chief business officer Robert Kyncl reminded attendees that he and his company are extremely bullish about the growth of the their industry. During a keynote address, Kyncl shared a bevy of statistics pertaining to the changing habits of online video viewers. Among other numbers, Kyncl noted that the average web video viewer now watches 75 minutes of digital content per day, up 60% year-over-year."
"YouTube now lets you click a convenient button to enable endless looping of videos. It's not a feature that has been impossible to add without the help of a quick Chrome extension install, but now ..."
"IF YOU’RE PAYING attention this morning, you’ll notice something new in your Twitter app for iOS. Instead of seeing a link every time someone you follow starts a broadcast on Periscope, you’ll see that broadcast, live, right in your timeline."
After widespread criticism of its initial royalty proposal, HEVC Advance has reduced royalty rates and decoupled them from attributable revenue, as well as provided incentives for early adoption and a royalty credit for small publishers.
"YouTube Red was announced last week and became available yesterday. After taking it for a spin on my iPad (note, access for subscribers is included in the YouTube app), I’m pretty convinced that the current offering is unlikely to gain any significant traction. To be fair, there are more benefits coming to YouTube Red in the near future, but even with those, the service is unlikely to appeal to more than a small number of YouTube users."
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