• Paul Casinelli's picture
    Paul Casinelli on October 16, 2014

    So, you’ve been thinking about ways to get better results with content marketing? (Well, you should be!) Lately, we’ve been talking about some awesome research showing how video brings serious firepower when it comes to content marketing and moving business. Read More →

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    Radha K Raman on October 15, 2014

    Technology is bringing sports fans closer to all the action. Online video in particular is significantly leveling the playing field of sports video content. The viewing experience today is all about being social, mobile, and available on multiple screens. Viewers are taking a self-service approach over what, when, where and how they watch sports programming. Read More →

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    Michelle Berman on October 14, 2014

      We've converted our hugely popular Video Moves Business infographic into a video! Watch it below to learn why video is the best tool to drive awareness and conversion. Click here to tweet. Read More →

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    Renee Teeley on October 8, 2014

    We are excited to announce the launch of the Video Marketing Academy: a video-based, free resource for maximizing the impact of your video strategy! Video can be an incredibly powerful marketing tool, but knowing how to make the most of your video strategy can be a challenge. That's why we are partnering with the best and brightest in the industry to bring you thought-leadership, educational, and inspirational videos to help you more effectively leverage the power of video in your marketing mix.  Read More →

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    Mark Blair on September 10, 2014

    Game consoles aren’t just for gaming anymore. In fact, game consoles have seen tremendous growth and consumer adoption for streaming video over the years. According to Business Insider, streaming-capable video game consoles account for 54% of the global installed base of TV streaming devices worldwide. Read More →

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    Kristin Leighton on June 24, 2014

    Football fans around the globe have come down with a serious case of World Cup fever. With the 2014 FIFA World Cup officially underway, billions of people are tuning in to watch their favorite teams face off in the group stage of the tournament. Read More →

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    Kristin Leighton on June 23, 2014

    On June 23rd, the 2014 edition of Wimbledon, the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, will kick off at the All England Club in London. To support this year's exciting event, Wimbledon launched a website design "reflecting the attraction and heritage of Wimbledon’s unique appeal" complete with enhanced live radio and video broadcast service, Live @ Wimbledon, as well as a range of video content such as previews, reviews, match highlights and archive footage. Read More →

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    Luke Gaydon on June 13, 2014

    It's game on! The opening week of World Cup 2014 has finally arrived and football fever is taking hold. With 3.2 billion people viewing at least one minute of game-time during the 2010 tournament (with that record set to be broken again this year), a burning question for the digital media industry is: 'where will you be watching the next golden goal?' Read More →

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    Kristin Leighton on June 12, 2014

    In the U.S., we have the Super Bowl. In Australia, it’s all about the State of Origin game, which is an annual best-of-three series of rugby league football matches between the Blues from New South Wales and the Maroons from Queensland. The 2014 State of Origin series recently kicked off, with the Blues edging out the Maroons in game 1. Read More →

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    Albert Lai on May 19, 2014

    WWE made headlines again on Friday, though not necessarily the spotlight that Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon was hoping. With fanfare and anticipation from both wrestling fans and industry observers, WWE launched the WWE Network in February. Despite the bumpy start, the service signed up 667,000 subscribers. Despite falling short of the whispered breakeven goal of 1 million subscribers, WWE saw its stock price climb to a 52-week high of $31.98 in March. Read More →