11.7.14: News to Know
Branded Video Hits Its Stride In Q3 2014
MiTu Inks Web-to-TV Deal with Discovery Familia
Latino YouTube network MiTu is sending two of its original web series to TV via a partnership with Discovery Familia.
Endemol Beyond has hired Vanessa Oliveira to oversee its new digital channels hub in Brazil.
Rooster Teeth, the production studio, YouTube channel, and YouTube network behind hit online series like “Red vs. Blue” and “RWBY,” has launched video apps for a number of mobile and smart TV devices.
New App from AwesomenessTV Is Like Tinder for YouTube Collabs
AwesomenessTV is launching its own personal app. Called “Bridge,” the app helps “bridge” connections between YouTube creators within the AwesomenessTV multi-channel network and those represented by Big Frame.
Q&A: The Man Behind LiveLeak, The Islamic State’s Favourite Site For Beheading Videos
Season one of the anticipated animated web series “Bee & PuppyCat” has finally premiered on Cartoon Hangover, the flagship YouTube channel of theChannel Frederator Network.
REPORT: Netflix Plans to Launch in Australia
Netflix is heading down under. The streaming video service, to which about 200,000 Australians already subscribe, will come to the country in an official capacity in 2015, according to a report by Australian media and entertainment outlet Mumbrella
Jerry Seinfeld’s popular web series, “Comedian in Cars Getting Coffee,” just debuted its fifth season on Crackle.
3 Unique YouTube Perks for Non-Profit Organizations [Creator’s Tip #167]
The Wall Street Journal sees gold in interactive video
Perfecting Programmatic Video
Over the last year, we’ve seen a rise in various advertising trends. Among them is programmatic video, in which advertisers and publishers can put their content front and center for consumers visiting certain sites.
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Hank and John Green’s educational series “Crash Course” will soon be available via PBS Digital Studios.