Movieclips, the search engine for film fanatics that lets you watch your favorite movie scenes on the web, has just expanded beyond movies. Today they announce that they have raised $18.5 million and are changing their name to Zefr as they expand into music, sports and television.
Ever wondered how your online video campaigns stack up against those of your competitors? This week social media benchmarking platform Unmetric introduced YouTube metrics, letting users compare stats like views, tags, favorites and ratings to find out exactly how their campaign success compares to that of competitors.
Wibbitz, the Israel-based startup behind the text-to-video technology that automatically converts text-based articles, blog posts or feeds into videos so you never have to read again has announced it’s Round A investment this morning, in the amount of $2.3 million.
Turner Broadcasting Invests In Funny Or Die To “Give People a Laugh Anywhere, Anytime and on Any Device”
Today Turner Broadcasting, home of TBS and Adult Swim, is announcing a strategic partnership with social video site Funny Or Die.
A new VEVO-Yahoo announcement has hit the web—you can now watch VEVO videos on Yahoo! Music.
With all the chatter about Pinterest, you may be wondering if the new virtual pinboard social site is right for your business. A great new infographic-style flowchart from Intuit helps you answer this question.
This week Producer Mark Burnett, whose franchises include Survivor, The Apprentice & The Voice announced that his company One Three Television LLC has taken an ownership interest in social TV network Youtoo and is seeking to integrate the technology into One Three Television LLC series.
These days the number of small businesses on Facebook, Twitter and other social sites is higher than ever, but recent surveys have shown that they might be getting social media wrong! A new infographic from Intuit explores ‘How Small Businesses Are Using Social Media’ and sheds some light on why many of these small businesses might be getting it wrong.
I had the chance to talk to two video creators—Jeremiah Warren and Kyle Roberts—who are using YouTube as a means of gaining exposure and attracting new clients. They shared their personal stories and offered up some tips for freelancers looking to grow their client base on YouTube.
Original web series destination site Blip has just closed a $12 million financing round to develop new tools and services for independent producers.