ONLINE VIDEO ROUNDUP: Netflix Raises Prices, YouTube Still Dominates Online Video Services
A summary of the most exciting recent news in online video in the U.S., U.S.-Hispanic and Latin American markets. If you're trying to keep up, consider this your one-stop shop.
Ampere Analysis’ Top Online Video Services Barometer has revealed that YouTube is the most watched online video service by a longshot, with 68.7 percent of global internet users claiming to have visited the website at least once in the last month.
Google is opening up more intent data for targeting on YouTube and introducing more services through its Custom Affinity Audiences offering.
Netflix is raising the prices of its US-based streaming plans to support the costs of its popular original programming.
Video monetization company FreeWheel has released its Q2 2017 Video Monetization Report, revealing that mid-rolls on full episode premium content enjoy a 97 percent completion rate.
GoPro on Thursday released improved models of its mini-cameras and Karma drone to bolster the efforts of creators sharing videos online at a media event in San Francisco.
Adobe Spark has launched new features for creating and sharing branded stories in all three Spark formats: Post (for graphics), Page (for web pages), and Video (for video stories).
comScore has launched Activation, a product suite that helps advertisers, agencies, and media companies efficiently reach the right audiences at the right time using data from comScore’s planning and measurement products.
Executives from OTT platforms analyzed strategies for the Latin American region at the Next Series Mexico & Central America, an event organized by Dataxis in Mexico City from Oct 3-4.
Telefonica and Logan have united to integrate their Big Data with mobile ads in Latin America to enable more effective personalization of mobile ad campaigns.
The IOT Group has engaged consumer electronics sales representative company Maximum Export Import LLC to manage the market development of its ROVA Selfie Drone and AirSelfie products in Latin America.
Next week, 300,000 video game fans, developers and publishers like Sony, Ubisoft, Activision and Microsoft will head to Sao Paolo, Brazil for the Brasil Game Show, Latin America’s largest gaming convention, where the role of YouTube and Twitch in democratizing gaming will certainly be discussed.
Broadband satellite solutions company Hughes Network Systems announced the launch of HughesNet® high-speed satellite Internet service in Colombia beginning on September 28, the company's second international deployment of its award-winning consumer service beyond North America.
According to the Tecnología residencial 2017 report, published by Carrier y Asociados, the number of connected devices per household in Argentina has increased over the last year, currently at 6.3 devices per home, increasing from an average 5.8 last year.