Amazon has bought Lovefilm, in a deal that reportedly values the UK-based DVD rental and online video company at £200m.
The nominees for the International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGAs) were announced this week with 30 games in six categories being put forward for the final round of judging.
From February 28th this year, TV shows will be allowed to cash-in on displaying product logos in their content, following new rules from Ofcom. Roger Llewellyn, CEO at Kognitio, looks at the benefits for TV and the knock-on effect for video-on-demand services.
MySpace is reportedly about to lay off more than half of its employees as the former social networking market leader scales back its ambitions.
Online video advertising experienced substantial growth last year, seeing revenues more than triple, according to Web TV Enterprise.
Disney is in talks with Yahoo! over making videos from its television networks available through the internet media company’s tv software, according to a news report.
Despite years of big growth and even bigger hype, the network-delivered rental and sale of videos continued to represent only a small portion of the U.S. home video entertainment market in 2010, as consumers flocked to buy and rent Blu-ray discs, according to Screen Digest, now part of IHS.
Martin Child, the Managing Director of Webloyalty, explains how online retailers can gain a share of a £220m opportunity by securing new revenue from existing customers.
YouTube has looked back on the year to launch a video of its most watched clips of 2010, including Old Spice, annoying oranges and bed intruders.
Bigmouthmedia’s 2011 Travel Report has revealed that the sector’s enthusiasm for digital marketing is set to continue in the face of extremely challenging trading conditions.