YouTube reportedly could launch its paid subscription service for some of its specialist video channels as early as this week. The a la carte service, which could involve as many as 50 video channels, would allow single channel subscriptions for as little as $1.99 a month, people familiar with the plan tell The Financial Times.
Tele-what? YouTube touts itself not as a TV alternative, but a new-generation video platform NEW YORK (AP) — YouTube vs. TV? YouTube says the battle — if there ever was one — is over. In a flashy presentation to advertisers Wednesday night, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt declined to forecast that Internet video will displace
US moms continue to increase their social media usage. According to a March 2013 study by comScore for online parenting resource BabyCenter, more than 90% of US mom internet users reported using social media on a regular basis. BabyCenter estimated that 20% more moms used social media in 2013 than did so in 2010. At
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More accessible technology and maturing business models are opening the floodgates for Web video from both professionals and nonprofessionals, experts said at a conference Wednesday. Jeremy Allaire, the CEO of Web video provider Brightcove, was the keynote speaker at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Enterprise Forum’s Brave New Web conference. He said the Internet is