The 4 keys to success in online video

In a panel at SXSW titled “The Secret Path to Success in Online Video,” panelists said the four main keys are targeting niches, being consistent, marketing your content and building your brand. Not exactly top secret secrets, but good advice nonetheless.

The ultimate Steve Jobs video collection

If you’re a Steve Jobs fan here is a fantastic collection of video clips of him talking about innovation and leadership, curated on, a video-site that is a Pinterest clone. It’s also a good way to see the value of well-done video curation, and how can be used in interesting ways.

The future of television advertising

David Verklin, the former CEO of Aegis Media Americas, one of the five largest buyers of advertising time and space in the nation, says in this video interview that TV has moved from a device to “an experience” in the past 36 months. He believes advertisers will continue to spend a lot of dollars on […]

Video: Siri finds out Steve Jobs died

Goodnight iPad: a Parody for the next generation

This clever new book is a parody of “Goodnight Moon” for the tech generation. Watch a narrated version of the story below, and click here to learn more about it or buy “Goodnight iPad: a Parody for the next generation”

Half of Americans now watch video online

While Americans are increasingly watching video online – and now almost half of Americans (48%) view video online — Americans still watch almost four times more timeshifted content (primarily from DVRs) per week than they do online, according to a new report from Nieslen.

Great new 9/11 Memorial iPad app

“The 9/11 Memorial: Past, Present and Future” is a new iPad app that looks at the World Trade Center using scores of videos and photos. Since being released last week, it’s quickly risen to be the #11 downloaded app in the News category in the iTunes app store.  It’s by far the best 9/11 iPad […]

MTV News report on the internet from 1995

Fantastic video that will both make you feel nostalgic, give you a few chuckles and remind you that, after all these years, the core uses of the Internet really haven’t changed that much: “Despite all the futuristic technobabble you hear about the Internet, however, most cybervoyagers log on to it in search of nothing more complicated […]

Jon Stewart takes on Twitter news pundits

This had to be done: In this clip, The Daily Show pokes fun at how news organizations turn to random Twitter account holders instead of actually vetting facts. “Is it so wrong that we want our pundits vetted? I want to get my news from news people,” Stewart says. “Not random people with an AOL account.”

Facebook gaining on YouTube in web video

Facebook is growing faster than Google’s YouTube as a place to watch videos, Bloomberg reports.