Video is a powerful tool that connects people who are geographically separated from one another. It is also a great aggregator of people; whether we are a random group of people who support the same cause, find the same kind of thing funny, or simply because we all love J-Lo, video groups us together. This . . .
As 2012 comes to a close, we reflect on the year behind us and turn our faces to all the possibilities ahead in the New Year. Out with the old and ringing in the new is best done with a bang, a visual video bang, of course. Luckily, there are plenty of videos available online . . .
Like it or not, the tune getting stuck in the most heads worldwide this holiday season will probably be the nutty Korean pop track “Gangnam Style.” There are viral videos, and then there is the mega-viral blockbuster “Gangnam Style,” which just became the most-watched video ever on YouTube. A whimsical South Korean pop star called . . .
It’s the thick of the presidential debate season, and President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney will be taking questions from a live audience in a Town Hall format on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 9 p.m. EST / 6 p.m. PST. Don’t miss a historic moment — even if you’re away from the . . .
The video-sharing website YouTube is the third most popular site on the Internet, streaming a staggering four billion videos every day. That popularity, however, is not all wine and roses and piano-playing cats. Of those four billion YouTube videos viewed daily, many are copyrighted material provided by media businesses for people to view on YouTube. . . .
Earlier this month we announced a new category in RealPlayer’s Video Visionary Award series – Education. We’re happy to announce the first recipient is John D. Boswell and the Symphony of Science series of videos. The award recognizes those who are using the power of video to create world-class educational content for the masses. The Symphony of Science is a musical . . .
News travels fast in today’s age, and with that videos can become incredibly popular on the internet in a matter of hours, and retreat into obscurity in that same amount of time. The Kony 2012 video is the perfect example; it jumped from zero to 80 million views in in a few days at the beginning of . . .
There is no shortage of funny videos, sports bloopers or just plain crazy videos on YouTube. The only thing we are short on is time to watch all these videos. With YouTube gaining 60 hours of video per minute, it is impossible to even watch a small percentage of what is truly funny or entertaining. . . .