Video

29th August 2016

Washington Post sees opportunities on Facebook Live

The outlet is aiming to be more 'visual and visceral' on Facebook Live and avoid talking heads, says The Post's director of editorial video (Journalism.co.uk)
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4th August 2016

UK and US publishers agree: Video is where the money is

AOL polled 600 publishers across the UK and US in May to gauge what the core issues are on either side of the pond. Here's what they found....
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20th July 2016

Mobile supplants 'fixed' media as dominant source of online video

Mobile will replace "fixed devices" -- including desktop -- as the dominant platform for accessing online video
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15th July 2016

Publishers turn to automated video to increase output

A growing number of publishers have turned to technology that promises to streamline video production to the point of near-full automation
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12th July 2016

How publishers are testing & monetizing VR

Should publishers be diving into virtual reality technology? The short answer is, yes
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11th July 2016

Lessons from Facebook Live experiments at IBT

Facebook Live has enabled reporters at IBTimes UK to learn new skills and establish a closer connection with the audience
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8th July 2016

What the most active UK publishers on Facebook Live did last month

Facebook made it clear earlier this year that it wants live video and it has given Facebook Live prominence in its app
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4th July 2016

3 publisher strategies for making money from online news video

Latest RISJ report reveals how publishers are monetising video content on their websites and elsewhere
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1st July 2016

Vine breaks six second limit as video war heats up

It was recently announced that both Twitter and Vine will soon be allowing users to upload videos of up to 140 seconds in length (FIPP)
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10th June 2016

The future of video is vertical, texted & emotional

29% of video viewing time is now vertical according to research by KPCB. More vertical and square video is on the way (Econsultancy)
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