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  1. Another Loss for Viacom in Endless YouTube Copyright Legal Battle

    Viacom, which is seeking to protect shows and channels including MTV, Comedy Central, and "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart", isn't happy of course. Google-owned video-sharing site YouTube has handed Viacom yet another loss in the latest round of a...

  2. Visual Storytelling: The Key Weapon to Content Marketing

    Comedy: Old spice continues to be a recent great at poking fun of manliness: Many of us have years of experience chasing technology for marketing purposes. Thanks to social networks, we’ve naturally been driven to a host of metrics that include...

  3. YouTube Live Adds Real Time Analytics, Paid Live Streaming & More

    On Sept.fans of comedy star Jonah Hill could watch the live streamed interview about his new movie, Moneyball. Its engineers gave three gifts to YouTube Partners, wrapped up as new features: Wirecast for YouTube Live: This new software allows...

  4. YouTube-Viacom Copyright Lawsuit Resurrected by Appeals Court Ruling

    The two firms had previously clashed over the way YouTube handled Viacom programming, including FA Premier League matches and Comedy Central network content, which had been uploaded by users without the company's permission.

  5. Obama’s Google+ Hangout: Google Angers Potheads, President Won’t Dance a Jig

    In a final display of weird and creepy that makes one wonder whether Hangouts with people we should take seriously are really such a great idea, Google chose to stream in an Obama impersonator to ask about the effects of comedy sketches on...

  6. YouTube Does More Than Round Up the Usual Suspects With New Channels

    Machinima: Entertainment destination for gamers around the world, featuring action, thriller, horror, sci-fi, and irreverent comedy content. My Damn Channel: Live: A hosted 30-minute live weekly comedy series with premieres of videos by big from...

  7. Twitter Popularity Higher Than Ever in 2011, Check Out These Stats & Cool Uses

    You see this happening on Comedy Central a lot. Late last month Twitter announced 200 million tweets per day. Then last week, just one day after Google CEO Larry Page stated that 1 billion items are being shared per day on Google+, a Twitter...