LinkedIn has launched a new video feature, letting its 23 million UK members to record, upload and share their own video content on the platform.
YouTube is reportedly rolling out a “Breaking News” section in people’s feeds across all mobile and web platforms, as Google continues to tailor custom content playlists to users logged into Google Accounts.
Volvo set the first-ever Guinness World Record for “Largest Unboxing” in grand style, getting 2 million YouTube views in the process. See why it’s our video viral of the week below…
Top 10 burning issues in digital: comScore warns of TV digital divide and programmatic pricing pressure
Digital monitoring firm comScore has published its Top 10 Burning Issues in Digital report providing a perspective on the most pressing topics, issues and trends that are changing the way media buyers and sellers evaluate digital in the context of the broader media ecosystem.
Amazon is to close its Lovefilm online DVD rental service, as the retail giant goes streaming-only to take on Netflix.
Every year in developing countries seven million children under the age of 18 become mothers. To raise awareness of the issue, child rights organisation Plan International Finland has commissioned a clothing collection that the world should not need – maternity wear for 12-year olds.
Virtual pay TV operators in the US are making more than twice the revenue of traditional pay TV operators per channel per month, according to new research.
Ahead of the Premier League kick off this weekend, Yahoo Sport is launching online football series “For The Win”, hosted by sports presenter Colin Murray and former Man U. and Aston Villa striker Dion Dublin.
The majority of consumers subscribed to a TV package that includes sport would likely cancel or switch their contract if their provider lost broadcasting rights, according to new research.
Facebook is launching a new platform which will see the the social network pitted against the likes of Amazon and YouTube.
Media giant Walt Disney, owners of the Star wars and Marvel franchises, plans to start its own online streaming services in the US, ending its current deal with Netflix.
YouTube is rolling out a new in-app direct messaging feature, similar to one found in Instagram.
Google and Facebook recently announced quarterly income totalling £27 billion and their dominance is highlighted by the fact they account for one in every three and a half minutes of the time Britons’ spend online, according to new research.
Pinterest has opened up its Promoted Video with Autoplay to all advertisers, after running a successful test phase.