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  • Happy Holidays, See You in 2014

    I'm going to take some time off over the next week to relax and re-charge my batteries, so this will be the last post of 2013, assuming no big story breaks.

    It has been another whirlwind year in online video as all the major trends continued to gain momentum. Nonetheless, there are still plenty of unknowns, as consumer behaviors and key technologies rapidly evolve. At VideoNuze we do our best to understand the fast-moving video landscape and connect the dots for our readers. The goal is to break through the hype help readers really get a better handle on what's going on.

    This is also a key goal of our events, the June Online Video Advertising Summit and the December VideoSchmooze, as well as the weekly VideoNuze/nScreenMedia podcasts. Our recently launched sister site VideoNuze iQ, analyzes and curates industry research/data, to provide additional insights.

    However you access VideoNuze content, I hope it adds value to your understanding of the video industry. I know you have lots of choices for how to stay informed, so I'd like to thank you for spending time with VideoNuze. These are fascinating times we're all living through and I hope VideoNuze is an essential guide.

    I'd also like to say a big thank you to all of VideoNuze's sponsors in 2013. None of this would be possible without their ongoing support, which I very much appreciate.

    I wish you and your families a happy, healthy holiday season and all the best in 2014!

  • Introducing VideoNuze iQ Expert Series Video Interviews

    Following the launch of VideoNuze iQ - the hub for video data and analysis - in early October, I'm pleased today to unveil a new feature, our "Expert Series" video interviews. Expert Series are 20-minute video interviews with industry analysts and executives responsible for the critical new video research. So in addition to VideoNuze iQ's own analysis of newly released video research, you'll now also hear directly from the experts themselves.

    Kicking off the Expert Series is Jonathan Hurd, Director of Altman Vilandrie & Co., a strategy consulting firm focused exclusively on Telecom, Media and Technology. Jonathan oversees a comprehensive AV & Co. survey of consumer behaviors and attitudes toward traditional and new video services. In this Expert Series interview, Jonathan shares key highlights.

    The survey data underscores online video's rapid adoption and benefits, along with Netflix's dominance and the rise of tablet/smartphone viewing. But it also clarifies that, for now, cord-cutters' main motivation is mainly economic. Importantly, the survey also shows the durability of live broadcast TV, even among millennials, along with the appeal of pay-TV subscriptions and TV Everywhere.

    The video interview is embedded below and Jonathan's slides are available here. You can connect directly with Jonathan at I welcome your feedback on the new Expert Series format.

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  • Introducing VideoNuze iQ - The Hub for Video Data and Analysis

    For busy video industry executives, tracking and making sense of the dizzying array of video industry-related research and reports released on an almost daily basis has become impossible. Yet, the data is extremely valuable because it often provides critical insights into the fast-changing video landscape.

    To address this growing problem, today I'm thrilled to announce an exciting new initiative - "VideoNuze iQ" - a dedicated editorial hub for video industry research, data and analysis. VideoNuze iQ is meant to be a trusted, comprehensive, go-to resource that industry executives can rely on to keep them up-to-date on relevant data and/or as a valuable tool to support their own research, presentation and sales support needs.

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