Video

  • Sling’s Streaming TV Service For Cord Cutters Now Runs On Amazon Tablets

    Sling’s Streaming TV Service For Cord Cutters Now Runs On Amazon Tablets

    Sling TV, the Dish-owned live TV service aimed at cord cutters – or those who never wanted to sign up for a traditional cable or satellite TV subscription in the first place – is today available on Amazon Kindle Fire tablets, including the Amazon Fire HD and HDX devices. This rounds out Sling’s already extensive device footprint, which also includes support for Amazon Fire TV… Read More

  • NFL’s Twitter Video Deal Came And Its Deal With Facebook Went

    NFL’s Twitter Video Deal Came And Its Deal With Facebook Went

    Today, the WSJ reported that the NFL’s video test with Facebook ended “quietly” earlier this year. The publication also referred to it as a “partnership,” a term that is used very loosely in business, especially here in the Valley. The test involved promoting Verizon-sponsored, NFL-related clips within people’s news feeds with post-roll ads. We’re… Read More

  • Facebook’s New Moments App Now Automatically Creates Music Videos From Your Photos

    Facebook’s New Moments App Now Automatically Creates Music Videos From Your Photos

    Facebook Moments, the social network’s recently launched photo-sharing app that aims to address the problem of getting friends to send each other the photos they’ve been hoarding on their own phones, is expanding to video. The app received its first major update today since its mid-June debut, and will now automatically create a video of your shared photos which you can… Read More

  • This App Shoots VHS Quality Video That Bob Saget Would Be Proud Of

    If you long for the shitty quality videos of pre-2000, the ones shot on a camcorder, then this iOS app is for you. Fittingly, it’s called VHS Camcorder and it costs $3.99. It’s kind of worth it, and that’s coming from someone who doesn’t pay for a lot of apps. Not only does your video get turned into something with zero HD quality whatsoever, it also sounds like utter crap. Read More

  • NHL Teams Up With MLB Advanced Media To Create New Digital Products And Platforms

    NHL Teams Up With MLB Advanced Media To Create New Digital Products And Platforms

    One of the greatest things to come out of Major League Baseball might not be a particular team, player or record. It could be its Advanced Media group, which is a powerhouse in online streaming. Today, the group has inked a deal with NHL. The deal between the NHL and MLBAM is set to go for six years and includes streaming and setting up all of NHL’s properties for a “more… Read More

  • Cinematique, The Touchable Video Platform, Will Now Allow Brands To Create Their Own Content

    Cinematique, The Touchable Video Platform, Will Now Allow Brands To Create Their Own Content

    After more than two years of restricting content creation to their in-house team, Cinematique, the touchable video platform, is releasing a beta version of a cloud-based Editor so brands can create their own interactive video content. As a refresher, Cinematique is a platform that overlays interactive areas on top of video content, which can either be used for e-commerce or creative… Read More

  • The PGA Tour Gets Its First Over-The-Top Subscription Service

    The PGA Tour Gets Its First Over-The-Top Subscription Service

    It’s been a good week for cord-cutting sports fans. Word has it that CBS will live stream the Super Bowl commercials for the first time. Disney is considering its options for making ESPN a standalone service (well…maybe five years from now.) And now, golf fans are getting a digital subscription service of their own, with the debut of the PGA TOUR LIVE’s new online and… Read More

  • YouTube’s New App Plays To Creators

    YouTube’s New App Plays To Creators

    Yes, we love videos of cats falling, but YouTube’s content creator network has blown up over the past few years. There’s some really great content being created by budding superstars. coughPewDiePiecough. Today, the company released a new version of its app (Android first, and iOS soon) that helps feed content from those superstars to their fans. The app now has a new subscription… Read More

  • Vervid Takes The Shame Out Of Shooting Vertical Video With Its New iOS App

    You know the situation. Something funny is about to happen and you have to get your phone out quickly. You start shooting video but you forgot something — you didn’t flip your phone horizontally. That means it’ll look like crap on YouTube and all of your comments will sound something like “you forgot to flip your phone.” Read More

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