Online Video News Round Up: Why Apple and Comcast Need Each Other to Reinvent TV, Dashboard based apps
What’s Between YouTube And Netflix? An Opportunity – MediaPost
The two biggest names in the online video business, Netflix and YouTube, are at opposite ends of the spectrum. They leave a sizable middle.
Why Apple and Comcast Need Each Other to Reinvent TV – Wired
The word is that Apple and Comcast are in talks about how to win the future of television. And that only makes sense. The two tech giants could really use each other’s help.
Apps by the Dashboard Light – MIT Technology Review
Starting next month, many car buyers will be getting a novel feature: Internet connections with speeds similar to those on the fastest smartphones—and even a few early dashboard-based apps, engineered to be as dumbed-down as possible.
Netflix Chief Alters View on Net Neutrality – The New York Times
Less than a month after Netflix insisted that its deal to pay Comcast to get a more direct connection to the company’s Internet pipes had nothing to do with net neutrality, Netflix’s chief executive, Reed Hastings, said Thursday that, well, yes it did.
Russian Online Video Market Booming, Becomes Biggest In Europe – Tech Crunch
Russia’s internet market is the largest in Europe, covering 66.5 million people, and it’s proving to be a force in the world of online video, too.