Netflix posted a $5 million loss in the first quarter but expects to add 7 million streaming subscribers in 2012.
Management change at CDN giant Akamai: CEO Paul Sagan will step down by the end of the year, but not before he finds a successor.
Bad news for TV upfronts: Ratings are falling to new lows, and even big hits, such as ABC's "Modern Family," aren't insulated from online video's effects on primetime.
Watch out, iPad. The Kindle Fire has captured more than half the Android tablet market, according to the latest from comScore. On a related note, Viacom released a study that found 15 percent of tablet owners watch full-length shows on their devices.
ReelSEO reports that the London Olympics could be the biggest online video advertising event ever. Just don't expect to see updates on Facebook or Twitter. Ticket holders are not allowed to take pictures or videos for broadcast or publishing purposes (social networks count!) -- the rule that's irking many photographers.
Mainstream TV meets Web video: Katie Couric will host a weekly Web show for Yahoo, focusing on nutrition, parenting and health.
Viddy, the Instagram of video, is looking to raise $30 million at a $370 million valuation.
TubeMogal delivered 6.6 billion video ad streams in 2011, making it the biggest real-time video ad buyer, according to the company.
Kids love their Netflix. New research pins Nickelodeon's double-digit ratings drop on the streaming company.
Shazam entered its first partnership with a Spanish-language broadcaster, Telemundo. The Billboard Latin Music Awards is about to get very social.
Psst marketers, did you hear Google launched AdWords for video?
That's it for this week. Have a great weekend and stay tuned for more online video news updates!