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AI is coming to the rescue
Nov 29 2017 12:30 PM
Media production help — in the form of Artificial intelligence (AI) — has arrived. 
If you’ve heard about AI but aren’t exactly sure what it is, you’re not alone. According to a recent Rocket Fuel and Qualtrics survey published by eMarketer, about 90% of internet users are in the range from “not an expert” at artificial intelligence to “don’t know what it is.” 
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Zoomin.TV cuts production time by roughly 70% with Ooyala
Oct 31 2017 9:30 AM
Zoomin.TV is the world's largest online video publisher and a leader with today's hottest audience: Generation Z. Their production secret? Ooyala Flex.
Online Video
State of the media industry: data-driven video for the win
May 23 2017 3:30 PM
Ooyala’s new State of the Media Industry 2017 report shows that data-driven video has officially become the beating heart of the digital age. 
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State of the media industry: everything's changing, again
May 24 2016 4:45 PM
Consumers are increasingly vocal that their preferred medium wherever they are is video. It’s also clear that both traditional media publishers and new players in digital media need to deliver it to them on their terms.
Cablevision rumored in $1 bid for struggling NY Daily News
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Cablevision rumored in $1 bid for struggling NY Daily News
Mar 31 2015 5:45 AM

It’s been said that the value of a newspaper quickly declines after its read, i.e., it becomes no more than fish wrap.

Cablevision may be taking that a half step further, with rumors floating that the New York-based cable company is looking to buy iconic tabloid the New York Daily News… for $1.

Monetization, Online Video
5 ways media companies can make money with online video
Mar 16 2015 7:30 AM
This post originally appeared in Streaming Media’s
Live Streaming
Print and Online Media Get in the Live Streaming Game
May 16 2012 9:00 AM

Reporting live from the scene, we go now to . . . Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post and Politico?

Make Room Nielsen, There Are New Players in Town
Dec 12 2011 8:00 AM

For publishers, video on the Web has become key to their revenue strategies. But these companies are taking a page from TV's more traditional playbook, relying on metrics that worked for networks but don't necessarily tell the story of online video.