All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘YouTube’

Machinima partners with Amazon in an SVOD Pact

Machinima is coming to Amazon Prime Video as an add-on subscription service — the latest move by the digital programmer centered on fandom and gamer culture to diversify revenue beyond YouTube. In addition, Machinima reached a deal with British satcaster Sky, under which Machinima content

ESports: Come for the Superstars, Stay for the Digital Innovation

By: Catherine Warren Keen to keep your digital strategy up to date? Look no further than eSports for inspiration! Watching other people play video games might seem like the definition of passive viewing. But eSports is where the action is

CNET Links Its Videos and Social Teams

As publishers look beyond YouTube and Facebook to distribute their videos, they’re recognizing that their video and social teams can no longer operate in silos. Case in point is CNET, which is adjusting its editorial structure accordingly. CNET has taken an integrated approach

DirecTV Launches Kids TV App

By Todd Spangler for Variety DirecTV, the No. 1 U.S. satellite TV broadcaster, debuted a dedicated mobile-video app designed for children 5-10 available to subscribers for no additional charge. The new DirecTV Kids app includes a selection of “kid-friendly” shows

Zodiak Launches Kids YouTube Channels

By Stewart Clarke for TBI Vision  The kids division of Zodiak Media will launch two YouTube channels later this year. ZeeKay and ZeeKay Junior will target the kids and preschool sectors respectively and launch as part of YouTube’s recent kids

BroadbandTV Acquires Kids’ Content Producer & Publisher YoBoHo

By Kristin Brzoznowski for Worldscreen  BroadbandTV (BBTV) has purchased YoBoHo, which owns and operates HooplaKidz, one of the largest YouTube Kids and Family networks, as well as 27 owned and operated channels in the vertical, with funding for the acquisition

YouTube Reveals Plans for Monthly, Ad-Free Subscriptions

By Stuart Dredge for The Guardian YouTube is planning to launch a subscription version of its online video service, for which viewers will pay to remove its advertising. The Google subsidiary announced its plans in an email to channel owners, while

YouTube for Artists Launched as Resource Site for Music Artists

By Sarah Perez for TechCrunch Following this morning’s news regarding the launch of “Cards,” a system designed to eventually replace annotations on YouTube, the company also announced the launch of a new site called YouTube for Artists. The website aims to be more of a guide

YouTube Reveals Original Channels Initiative for 2015

By Bree Brouwer for Tubefilter Back in the fall of 2014, YouTube announced it would bring back an incarnation of its $100+ million Original Channels initiative and fund originals once again from some of the site’s most prominent and promising creators. The video sharing platform then promptly reorganized its

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