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  1. So Why Did All Those Movie Sites Lose Google Search Traffic?

    And since we live in an embeddable world (with YouTube and other video networks making it easy to embed video clips on your own website), questions started to arise about how Google could treat the various parties involved in copyright infringement.

  2. How Video Site NDN is Driving 500 Million+ Video Views Per Month

    From the Chicago Tribune and Christian Science Monitor to Breitbart and Journal Broadcast Group; digital publishers are increasingly relying NDN to power their entire video content management system: leveraging our technology to host and present...

  3. SES New York Keynote Speaker Says Internet is TV’s Best Friend

    HD YouTube clips suddenly come to life in ways that are far more impactful and dynamic than tiny smartphone screens further blurring the lines of what’s “TV. MP: Apple TV, Roku, Boxee TV, Google TV, Samsung Smart TVs, etc.stream online video (that...

  4. Richard Petty Driving Experience Revs Up Fan Engagement 700% on YouTube

    Crazy good, in my book,” says Antal, adding that, unlike other ad programs, TrueView in-stream ads allow clips to run over the 60-second mark. We used our strongest tool – video – to inexpensively execute a campaign powered by Google, the company...

  5. 34.7 Million Internet Users in the U.K. Watched 6 Billion Videos in November 2010

    This is important because that Brits -- like Yanks -- snack on half a dozen clips a session. Google Sites, driven primarily by video viewing at YouTube.com, ranked as the top video content property with 428 million viewing sessions during the month...

  6. Google vs. the World: A Week of Conflicts, Disputes, and Lawsuits

    However, earlier this week Google reviewed the clips and determined their removal was bogus, saying, "When we looked into this, we found the videos were not, in fact, copyright infringing, so we have put them back up, though they continue to be...

  7. Will Google run a Super Bowl commercial in the third quarter?

    When asked for which activities, if any, they planned to log onto the Internet on game day, percent said they planned to log on for purposes unrelated to the Super Bowl.percent said they intended to send email and/or instant messages to friends...