Maker Studios has raised USD40m in a financing round led by Time Warner Investments. The company makes and distributes video clips for YouTube. In a previous round, it had raised USD4m from GRP Partners and Greycroft Partners. The company is based in California.
French web series Bref (So) will be remade across the world after Lagardere Entertainment Rights closed a number of format deals.
The series, which airs on French pay TV broadcaster Canal+, is to be remade in Canada via TVA, while Picomedia & Bananas are making a local version in Italy and Shine Iberia is developing a Spanish version.
As multi-tasking during TV viewing becomes more popular, social TV sidekick app Zeebox launches in the US with investment and support from Comcast, NBC and more lined up, as it goes head-on with Yahoo's Intonow.
French production house Alphanim has announced a raft of recent sales for several of its properties across Europe, Scandinavia, Asia and Brazil—including Pok & Mok, a 2D co-production with France TV and Canal+ which the company will be highlighting...
If traditions of TV viewing from decades past have held in any time period, primetime seems the most likely candidate. But a new GfK paper on trends in US primetime shows that Generation Y (ages 13 to 32) is 30 per cent less likely to be watching a TV network or channel “live” in the crucial first hour of primetime than they were four years ago.
Netflix accounts for 33 percent of all of North America's peak residential downstream traffic, which makes it much bigger than any of its direct competitors: Based on those traffic numbers alone, Netflixo sees more than 60 times as much usage as HBO...
comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released data from the comScore Video Metrix service showing that 181 million U.S. Internet users watched more than 39 billion online content videos in September, while video ad views totaled 9.4 billion.
With the launch of Nook Video, Barnes & Noble will begin selling digital movies and TV episodes across devices. The company plans to release Nook Video apps, and the service will be available in the US and UK.
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