Monday 11.24.14: News to Know
Vevo Faces an Uncertain Future With the Departure of CEO Rio Caraeff and a Failed Sale
It seems like every week a new threat to YouTube is announced or unveiled. Why, just in the last week we’ve had Hulu’s ex-CEO and Samsung each announce their own projects to unseat the video giant from its long-held throne.NMR http://bit.ly/1uRkXhk
Millennium Entertainment Bolsters Digital With Amplify
NFL Wow: User Stats For New NFL Site On Mobile, OTT Are Impressive
Canada’s Bell Media Takes ‘Manhattan’ As SVOD Service Ramps Up To Rival Netflix
This Teen Went From Being A Die-Hard YouTube Fan To A Star With Thousands Of Fans
Two YouTube Stars Had To Be Escorted Out Of A Concert By Police After Being Mobbed By Fans
StubHub Gooses Its Digital Content With Katy Perry Concert Prank Video
Anyone who has purchased concert or sports tickets knows the ongoing struggle against hidden fees. Ticket resale company StubHub decided to play on those frustrations in its latest online Web series, which pranks customers into thinking they have to pay extra for their experience.
‘Candy Crush’ Crushes: Gets 100 Million Video Views On Facebook Alone
The Daily Dot pins video strategy on partnerships
Rold Gold’s new campaign is a video series parodying current TV shows
Fox Orders Unscripted TV Series Based on Jukin Media’s Fail Army Channel
Jukin Media’s “Fail Army” brand is coming to your TV sets in the United States, too.