Online viewers love their tablets. One in four tablet owners who watch streaming video at least once a month pays for content, a new comScore report found.
Even though YouTube is luring content creators with big bucks, the formula for profit sharing for its partner program is unclear, and getting a straight answer can be difficult, the LA Times reports.
Startup wonder kid Sean Parker and partner Shawn Fanning launched video-chatting service Airtime, described as "a more fun version of Skype, a one-on-one Google+ Hangouts with your Facebook graph, or the evolution of Chat Roulette," according to TechCrunch
Surprise, surprise. Netflix is now the largest U.S. online streaming service, unseating Apple, according to a new survey by IHS.
Which actor is most likely to follow you back on Twitter? Who in Hollywood tweets the most? Advertising Age has a nifty info graphic showing analyzing show business's top tweeters.
The only way to watch HBO is with a cable subscription. Frustrated by this, one Web designer created a website to find out how much people would pay for the web-only HBO GO component if it were available? The result: $12 a month.
Experiencing higher data volumes, Netflix has built its own content delivery network called Open Connect.
Advertisers now believe that online video ads are just as or more effective than TV commercials.
Popcornflix, a smaller streaming service player that has been characterized as "so bad it's good," has been downloaded 400,000 times on Roku.
Over at GigaOM, Janko Roettgers asked why there isn't a Netflix for porn. It's hard to compete with the free offerings on the Web, and smart TV manufacturers are hesitant to produce smut TVs.
Boxee launched a new private online video-sharing service Cloudee.
How is Spongebob so popular with kids after all these years? Attribute that to social TV.
Remember the IKEA TV? One reported feature is a remote that lets viewers make purchases directly from the screen. Now that's an effective call to action.
How many movies on Netflix do you watch a month? One guy decided to watch 252 movies in 30 days, bringing his per movie cost to $0.032. He also gained six pounds.