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Five principles for building the next great video platform

Michael Segal Crunch Network Contributor Michael Segal is a senior associate at Bessemer Venture Partners, where he focuses on early-stage investments in consumer video, SaaS and e-commerce. He previously co-founded several consumer startups, including Skylight Frame and Curio Road. How to join the network Video is eating the internet. It …

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Tribeca Enterprises brings VR to the Westfield World Trade Center

Visitors to the Westfield World Trade Center (the recently opened mall below the World Trade Center) will be able to get a hands-on virtual reality experience this month — an experience curated by Tribeca Enterprises, the organization behind the Tribeca Film Festival. Tribeca has held a number of VR events before, …

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Facebook video pays off

Mark Zuckerberg’s drive to “put video first” is also putting money in Facebook’s pockets. The more organic videos Facebook users watch, the more high-priced video ads Facebook can slip into the feed. Now Facebook’s strategy around auto-play video, paying Live content producers and offering more creative tools is helping to propel …

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Mic launches a news app that you might never need to open

With its latest app, millennial-focused publisher Mic said it’s hoping to give you a full newsreading experience from your iPhone lockscreen. The app is an updated version of the MicCheck app, now simply called Mic. Anthony Sessa, the company’s vice president of product and engineering, told me that one of the …

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Twitch starts selling its own video ads, says they can’t be avoided via ad blockers

Twitch, the Amazon-owned video streaming platform which is today used by over 2 million broadcasters, announced today its plans to begin selling video ads in its partners’ live streams. These ads will roll out this week, and will be delivered through Twitch’s new SureStream video technology platform, which also offers smoother …

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Hulu’s live TV streaming service will have channels from Fox & Disney, including ABC, ESPN & more

Hulu said today it has partnered with Disney and 21st Century Fox for its upcoming live TV streaming service, launching next year. The deals involve Fox’s news, entertainment, sports, and other properties, along with Disney’s portfolio of networks from is ABC Television Group and ESPN, among other things. In total, …

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PlayStation Vue brings its streaming TV service to Android TV, and soon, Mac & Windows

PlayStation Vue, Sony’s streaming TV service aimed at cord cutters, just got more useful. The company announced the service will now run on Android TV, and will arrive on both Mac and Windows PCs in the near future. What that means for those considering ditching their cable or satellite TV subscriptions, …

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Apple debuts “TV,” a TV guide and watchlist app for Apple TV, iPhone and iPad

Confirming a series of earlier reports which said Apple would launch a universal TV guide to simplify watching video on the Apple TV, the company today announced a new app it’s simply calling “TV.” The new app will allow you to track your favorite shows and movies across the video apps …

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TVision raises $6.8M to take on Nielsen with thermal eye and emotion tracking tech

Another startup out of MIT built on computer vision and focused on eye-tracking technology has raised funding to build out its business: Boston-based TVision Insights, which tracks who is watching what on TV and how they are reacting to it, and then works with advertisers and broadcasters to provide them with that data …

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Pandora’s latest quarter disappoints investors

In what has become a very competitive landscape for digital music, early pioneer Pandora is trying to remain a leader. The company reported third quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday, giving a glimpse at the current health of their business. Pandora has seen its revenue grow to $351.9 million, up …

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