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

    Now, those clips were typically sourced at YouTube or other video networks like Yahoo Video. 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...

  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. 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...

  4. Social Media Madness - The Final Four

    YouTube allows people to easily upload and share video clips across the Internet through Web sites, mobile devices, blogs, and e-mail. Flickr has expanded into video sharing. Business Use: Companies should set up accounts to host appropriate video...

  5. AT&T Launches Online Video Search Site, VideoCrawler.com

    With thousands of popular video Web sites, it's become more and more challenging to find, sort and manage all of the best clips that are out there. AT&T is getting into the online video search game. They've launched VideoCrawler.com, which indexes...

  6. Yahoo Flickr Flicks: Who's Got Short Shorts?

    After reading in Technology Review (registration) that videos were coming soon to Flickr, we were disappointed to find that Flickr will only host 90 second video clips for Pro members. Yahoo Flickr launched videos tonight with a press release and a...