Posts Tagged ‘Internet Video
Just about everyone, it turns out… Link: YouTube Planet: Who’s Watching Videos Online? [INFOGRAPHIC].
This could turn out to be nothing or, at 70% for the filmmaker, a big boost to indie revenues. Link: Indie horror film premieres on Facebook’s FlickLaunch – latimes.com.
Bottom line is that studios want rental $$ not a one-time Netflix license for their blockbusters. They are priced out of that market. Per-view rentals, however, work just fine for them. Link: CNET News.
And it’s all for non-studio, ie independent, films! via 50,000 Movie Downloaders Being Sued To Create Revenue For Greedy Lawyers.
Quick! Where’s the “Submit Your Film to VUDU” button? E-Commerce News: Film: Walmart Buys Vudu to Take Another Stab at Online Movie Distribution.
Will even blockbuster films be available for digital streaming on the theatrical release date? Not yet, but maybe soon. The future of film – LA Daily News.
“Tall Oaks From Little Acorns Grow “ YouTube Biz Blog: Can the Internet Save Independent Film? An NYU Professor Weighs In On the Debate.
Slowly, but surely. Netflix adds 300 new indie films to its streaming catalog
Mark Cuban posits that the bandwidth is not there except at enormous cost. ” There are maybe 3 companies that can stream to 1mm or more simultaneous users. Google, Limelight and Akamai. And that 1mm simultaneous users isnt just for your content. That is for EVERYONE’s content and they can’t get much beyond 2mm without […]
The usual suspects appear… YouTube Lists Most-Watched Videos of 2009.