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Entries by Andy Plesser from 04/2011

ABC News Reports "Limitless Demand" for Video News -- But the Challenge Is How to Scale Content

| Posted 04.04.2011 | Media

Video news is being consumed by more people than ever before. The challenge, says Paul Slavin, is to create more video that is inexpensive, economical and high quality.

The Word from Our Video Summit: The Revolution Is Now

| Posted 04.05.2011 | Technology

Half of buyers of Internet-ready TVs are connecting to the Internet, video consumption on mobile devices for big publishers like iVillage is quickl...

Exclusive: YouTube's Tom Pickett and Lance Podell on YT's Fast Expanding Creator Network

| Posted 04.07.2011 | Technology

With the acquisition of Next New Networks, YouTube aims to expand its legion of independent content creators by many thousands, creating both short and long form programming in various verticals.

The Digital Revolution Is Here and Content Reigns Supreme, Says MTV Digital Chief: "Snooki Is Snooki"

| Posted 04.12.2011 | Media

While new technology increasingly levels the playing field for content creators, making a compelling product is still essential for success, says Dermot McCormack, EVP of Digital Media for MTV Music and Logo Group.

YouTube Cultivating New Talent With Scholarships at Top Films Schools and Direct Grants

| Posted 04.20.2011 | Technology

SAN BRUNO, CA -- YouTube is cultivating a new crop of promising video creators with top-tier film school education scholarships and direct grants....

Turmoil in the Middle East and the Ascension of YouTube News, Olivia Ma has the Backstory

| Posted 04.22.2011 | Technology

With dramatic footage published today from violent demonstrations in Syria, YouTube is again displaying its role in giving the world a view of breaking news which is largely unseen by the cameras of mainstream news organizations.

YouTube Mulls Monetization Scheme for New, Live Streaming Service

| Posted 04.25.2011 | Technology

The introduction of the live streaming platform of YouTube is nothing less than "creating a new YouTube," says YouTube's Joshua Siegel.