Available in the cloud at no cost, GoLiveCampus.com allows parents, students and teachers to safely search for relevant videos. The site dynamically pulls content from YouTube and social networking sites through a robust safe search. The search removes comments and ads and gives students access only to clean, appropriate videos.
To rent a film, consumers simply click on the “watch now” icon to apply their Facebook Credits, and within seconds they will begin enjoying the film. This offering is presently available only to consumers in the United States.
Yes, each free is film, which includes a preroll, spot ads and banner ads. The service is extremely user-friendly. Popcornflix allows users to share the film by posting a link to Facebook or Twitter.
The practical uses of SynchTube are watching a home movie with the whole family, making sure everyone is watching an informational video at the same time, making sure clients see the same clip as you and using the chat room for tighter clarification of what is being viewed by the client.
The video was uploaded on YouTube a week ago as the user name BITcrash44. As the week progressed, the video soon generated well over 800,000 views in just four days and had been mentioned on Web sites like Gizmodo, Gothamist, Salon and NBC New York. New York Times reported that one Web site even listed it as the most popular viral video on Twitter
In the THR article, Fithian went further to say that studio “shot themselves in the foot” by allowing Netflix and Redbox to teach consumers they can get movies in their homes cheaply.
Mui points out that Hastings built the DVD business that toppled Blockbuster. He was motivated by a big idea “that mailing people DVDs was a mere way station on the road to streaming video.”
“We are not here to compete with the other social networking mega sites, like Facebook or MySpace, we are here to give the musicians and music lovers a social networking website of their own,” says new CEO, Jason Pomales.
Garett Camp, the CEO of StumbleUpon recently sat down with us here in New York to discuss the success of his content sharing network and to give us some insight into the future of social networking. Specifically, he feels that social will become ubiquitous, and content will leverage existing social networks like Facebook or StumbleUpon.
If you haven’t yet discovered this comedic duo on You-Tube, you’re seriously missing out.