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Tremor's Andy Tu on the Rise in Online Video Ads Consumption
The number of online video ads viewed in November was 5.4 billion, making ads 15 percent of all videos views, up 25 percent since June according to the most recent numbers from comScore.While many of those ads were serviced by big publishers including Microsoft, AOL and Google, nearly half were served by video ad networks such as Tremor Media, Adap.tv, Brightroll, YuMe, BBE and several others.Tremor was the biggest player, serving some 477 million ads in November, comScore reports.
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Questioning the Necessity of Net Neutrality Rules
Advocates say that "Net Neutrality" will "save the Internet". But does the Internet need saving? Net Neutrality is a proposed set of regulatory powers that would grant the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) the ability to control how Internet service providers (ISPs) package their services.
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Blip.tv Readies HTML5 as Its Standard Player
While most of the the major video sites and online video players are providing HTML5 support, primarily for Apple iOS devices, Blip.tv is going to adopt HTML5 as its standard player for the Web and other platforms, says Justin Day, co-founder and CTO in this interview with Beet.TV Day says that HTML5, which runs within the browser without a Flash plug-in, runs "faster." Although no date is set for shift to HTML5, Day told me that it will likely take place in Q1 of 2011.
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MTV's Original Video Programming for Mobile Devices
The proliferation of smart wireless devices is creating a need for original content and MTV will be producing original entertainment for the emerging medium says Dermot McCormack, EVP for Digital at MTV Networks in this interview with Beet.TV McCormack didn't provide specifics but says that MTV will re-purpose existing video and create new content in 2011.
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Run YouTube With Your Keyboard
If you're a keyboard shortcut lover who can't get enough of YouTube? Patrick shows you a few simple keyboard shortcuts that will make your life easier on today's Tekzilla Daily.
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Facebook Toolbar For Firefox
Spend so much time on Facebook that you wish you could embed their framework right in your browser? Now you can, with Facebook Toolbar! Patrick shows you how it works on today's Tekzilla Daily.
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Video Site Metacafe Launches Video Game Channel
CEO of Metacafe, Erick Hachenburg, talks about the launch of their video game channel.
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Dominant Enterprise Management System for Facebook
In their efforts to establish a presence on Facebook, eight-of-ten of the world's biggest brands, including Coca Cola, P&G, Unilever are now using an enterprise solution from New York-based Buddy Media, CEO Mike Lazerow said in this interview with Beet.TV. The company does not serve ads into Facebook, it provides a content management system for marketers to manage their brands on the social network.
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Top 5 Internet Video Memes of 2010
From "It Gets Better" to "Double Rainbow," we count down the top video memes of the year.
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CBS News Strong Online Traffic Numbers
CBS News, long a major presence on television, has had a modest online presence, widely trailing industry online news giants MSNBC.com and CNN.com - as well the websites of ABC News, Fox News and the BBC. But this appears to be changing as CBSNews.com has registered over 19 million unique visitors in November, besting ABC News, Fox News and the BBC in traffic, according to the latest numbers from comScore. According to comScore, traffic to CBSNews.com has increased 29 percent since March.
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Dermot McCormack Talks About MTV's Music Meter
Using an algorithm which parses one million records per day, the MTV Music Meter provides a ranking of the the most talked about and fast moving tunes.
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Online Shopping Safety Measures
Jill Schlesinger reviews three key security measures to protect yourself with online transactions.
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Big Think Finds Profitability and Expands to Business Model
New York-based Big Think, which launched in early 2008 with seed capital from Lawrence.
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Instant Zoom Your Social Network Photos
Love browsing photos on Flickr or Facebook but dont want to launch a new page just to view it full-size? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you Thumbnail Zoom, which displays the full photo without opening a new tab.
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SB Nation Claims 100 Million Monthly Views
SB Nation, a network of nearly 300 micro blogs about professional sports teams in the U.S. and Canada, has reached 100 million page views per month, making it the fastest growing, and one of the largest sports sites, says CEO Jim Bankoff. in this interview with Beet.TVLast month the Washington, DC-based company closed a new series C venture round lead by Khosla Ventures.
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Verizon FiOS Develops an Ultra Fast 10GB Per House Connection
Earlier this month, Verizon FiOS announced a big increase in connection speed to 150 MB down and 35 MB up for all of its 12.5 million U.S. subscribers. With the fibers in place, the company is working on far faster speeds of 10GB up and down per house, says Joe Abeault, Director of Consumer Product Development, in this interview with Beet.TV. The ultra fast connection is operational in the lab and won't be available in homes for a "few years" he says. Why so much speed?
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Pando CEO Robert Levitan on P2P as a Tool for Video Content Delivery
Robert Levitan, chairman and founder of Pando Networks, a P2P distribution company with 30 million installs and major clients including NBC, says that P2P is an essential tool in video content delivery, and he says it can save publishers up to 75 percent of delivery costs. He says the inherent limits in the public Internet makes P2P adoption important and essential for live streaming of major events.
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Steve Robinson on Pre-Roll Ads You Can Fast Forward
In clever piece of technology, the Los Angeles-based software firm Panache created an ad solution which allows visitors to fast forward, sort of. Although the ad goes much faster, the images and super fast sound track provide the commercial message. We spoke with Panache CEO Steve Robinson about the new format and how it actively engages viewers.
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Top 5 Worst Places for Your Social Security Number
These are the entities least likely to protect your Social Security number.
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Ran Harnevo on How 5Min Reached comScore's Top 10
5Min, a small start-up with offices in New York and Israel, backed by Spark Capital, landed the number 10 in spot as most viewed video video property as measured by uniques, according to numbers released by comScore. comScore reported that 5Min had over 30 million uniques in December, just behind the Turner network. Although 5Min has been called a how-to site, often compared to Howcast, Videojug and others, it is mainly a video syndication site.
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Brian Frank on Adobe's Flash Lite 3 for Mobile Phones
Brian Frank explains the significance of the introduction and shared some awesome demos of rich, interactive applications and of some very nice looking streaming video.
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DigiMeld's Alex Mashinsky on Film Broadcasting Online
Video streaming solution DigiMeld will broadcast PublicScope Film's "The Third Jihad" online at 2 p.m. today, at the same time as the film's theatrical release, the company announced. I interviewed DigiMeld Executive Chairman Alex Mashisky last week about how the company's recent launch of SuperStream grid streaming technology, which allows online video to reach large audiences in real time and will help the Internet to replace cable TV, he says.
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Dave Gruber on Adobe's Authoring Tools for Business
Having dominated rich media design, Adobe is bringing its development and design tools to business applications. Companies including SAP are using Flash to create apps. Adobe's Dave Gruber came by Beet.TV to explain the importance of this development.
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See if An Electric Car Right For You
Tempted to get an electric or hybrid car but don't know if the savings are worth it? Try out this Electric Car Calculator to find out on today's Tekzilla Daily.
Running time: 115 seconds
W3C's Le Hegaret on the Rise of Google's WebM Video Codec
With its acquisition of ON2 and its video codec VP8, Google is seeking to establish a unified, industry-wide codec for publishers to create HTML5 video. Google's effort is called the WebM Project. It involves several industry hardware and software companies including Adobe. Philippe Le Hegaret, who heads the video standards group for the W3C, said that while a standard around one codec for HTML5 is not yet settled, he sees "potential" with WebM.
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