How To Make Money In Online Video

<img src="" width="215" height="108" /> <em><strong>Editor’s note</strong>: This is the fourth in a series of posts on the

Was Anyone Still In Doubt Over LiveUniverse's Demise?

<img src="" alt="" />There's currently a thread on <a href="">Techmeme</a> based on <a href="http:/

Is Revver On The Fritz?

<img src="" /> We've been getting a lot of tips from people who have been having problems reaching the <a href="">Revver</

Korea's Pandora.TV Looks To International Markets

Pandora.TV, South Korea’s largest user generated video site, is expanding into new markets with additional language support and features. Pandora.TV launched in 2004 and has grown to become the

Women's Online Video Preferences Are Tamer Than Men's

New figures from Nielsen’s new VideoCensus product reveal that women prefer mainstream media video content online, where as men prefer user generated content. According to Ars Technica, the figu

Revver Making Last-Ditch Attempt to Avoid Deadpool?

CNET is reporting that video sharing site Revver is trying to sell itself for $300-500k, a measly price given its total funding of $12.7M. The company apparently has fallen on hard times, with over ha

Happy 1st Anniversary YouTube and Google; Now Move Over a Bit

Time for another roundup, and this one coincides with a notable first-year anniversary: that of Google’s $1.65 billion acquisition of YouTube, confirmed on October 9th, 2006. Since then, the nam

Revver: $1 Million In User Payouts In First 12 Months

Social video site Revver has paid $1 million to video producers and their affiliates over the past year, the company says (pdf). Today also marks the service’s one-year anniversary. Revver gener

Video Ads: Every Startup Has A Different Solution

It may seem weird, but I’ve been eagerly awaiting the day when I see ads in my viral video. eMarketer expects online video advertising to nearly double in 2008 to $1.3 billion, but no one’

YouTube Delivers Knock-Out Punch to Competitors

YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley has hinted future plans of revenue-sharing at YouTube in the coming months. The BBC is speculating that the ads might take the form of 3-second pre-roll, but Chad Hurley

Revver: The Newest British Comedy

User created video sharing site Revver has landed an intriguing partnership with a new UK TV station called FameTV. Revver users will be able to opt-in for TV broadcast and those selected will be show

Top social media users getting paid; is the balance shifting?

Jason Calacanis says in an AOL memo he’s posted that his model for Netscape has been vindicated by the recent conflagration at Digg and rapid growth of page views at Netscape. He says recent eve

Comparing The Flickrs of Video

I’ve been tracking a number of sites that offer flickr-like services for video. I’ve taken a look at as many of these services that I could find. The most well known is YouTube, which we p