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.
Spotify presented a new video strategy that involves canceling original video series on the service, as well as shows it hasn’t released.
According to research from eMarketer, programmatic advertising will make up 83% of US display dollars by 2019.
Periscope announced that it will give almost all earnings from “super hearts” left by fans on videos back to the content creators.
Facebook reported a 79 percent profit increase, in part thanks to its push into video advertising.
The Q3 2017 Video Benchmark report from cross-platform advertising solutions specialist Extreme Reach found that click-through rates are down in every single category.
YuMe has launched its People-Based Marketing Suite to enable cross-screen audience targeting, sequential messaging, and attribution for U.S. audiences.
According to a new report by ad sales insights platform MediaRadar, P&G ran ads on 20% fewer sites –1,251 — between January and August 2017, compared to 1,565 during the same period in 2016. The company also ran ads on just 59 percent of the same sites as they had the previous year.
FD Comunicação, Brazil’s first and oldest PR agency that works only with video games, has launched a news portal where it will cover the Brazilian video games market.
NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises is expanding Fluency Studios with the launch of “Fluency Plus,” a new, bilingual digital production studio.
Clarín and El Cronista found a study about YouTube consumption in Argentina, signaling that 70% of users go on YouTube every day, and that one in three Argentines that are online at any given moment are watching a YouTube video.
After launching a marketplace in Brazil, Amazon is not giving any indications about how and when it will expand into the Brazilian electronics segment.