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  • YouTube offers new TV service. What’s the catch?

    … YouTube offers new TV service. What’s the catch? YouTube recently announced that they would be getting into the broadcast TV game by revealing their new service called YouTube TV. Launching later this month, YouTube TV will be offering live streaming of the four major broadcast networks along with some other cable channels for $35 a month…

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  • The Top Trends and Insights for Video Marketing in 2017

    …, all of these were big stories that caught the attention of video marketers as well as the rest of the world. But, I’m talking about unexpected news and developments in the online video and internet marketing industries like the sudden death of Vine, the bewildering birth of Pokémon GO, the unforeseen delays in the adoption of virtual reality…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Content Google Twitter YouTube- 41 readers -
  • FilmFish Film Recommendation App Launches on iOS

    … Film recommendation application FilmFish launched on iOS. The app allows users to browse movie recommendations curated by “film buffs.” The FilmFish app was created by film critic Joyce Kulhawik, actor Topher Grace, serial entrepreneur Simon Borrero, Sundance Film Festival featured producer Daniel Posada and Massachusetts Institute…

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  • Top 10 Things You Need To Know About Using Copyrighted Music On YouTube

    … to use the music, yes they can. There are two common punishments through the ContentID system. The owner can monetize the video and take a part or all the money that the video makes. Alternatively, the music can be muted by the owner. To avoid this, you need to get permission to use the music. #7 How does music work with live streaming? Live…

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  • Google to launch its own streaming service

    … Google to launch its own streaming service Google announced recently that they will be launching their own video streaming service in 2017 to compete with services like Netflix. Reports say that Google is already in talks with Disney, FOX, and CBS to feature their content. This is both good news and bad news for consumers. The good news…

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  • FCC proposal attempts to free us from the cable box

    …, the cable box may be a thing of the past. With more people using streaming devices, like a Roku or Apple TV, the FCC wants the cable companies to allow their services to be accessed through these devices rather than exclusively through cable boxes. The FCC believes that this will allow consumers more choices for their viewing habits. The cable…

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  • Spotify Reveals Top 10 Songs of Summer 2016

    … based on Spotify’s “Songs of the Summer.” With the TuneMoji app, users can browse stickers containing short song clips, and they can send them to friends on iMessage, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and more. Here are Spotify’s global top 10 songs of summer 2016: Drake (feat. Wiz Kid, Kyla) – One Dance Calvin Harris (feat. Rihanna) – This Is What You…

    AllTwitterin SEO- 23 readers -
  • 2016 Olympic Games: Vital Lessons in Tent-Pole Video Marketing

    … an impact with a well-edited trackvert than with live video streaming. Video Marketing Secret Weapon: FOMO! However, once the tent-pole event kicks off, the best practices and strategies change. Why? Because everything worth seeing is happening now, in real-time. And this triggers a new emotion: The Fear of missing out (FOMO). During a tent-pole event…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Social Facebook YouTube- 38 readers -
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