The world of web video has changed dramatically since 2004, when iconic host Veronica Belmont first began covering the tech industry online. What changes has she seen, and what has she learned over the years?
As the web video world evolves, so do those who work inside the industry. And Vidcon has proven to be a good way of tracking that evolution.
What does Phil DeFranco’s new deal with Revision3 say about the state of the industry, and are there other creators who might be right for similar deals?
The upcoming Rev3 series Distort offers not only rich, compelling footage shot at high frame rates, but the on-camera presence of former Rev3 employees, who’ve struck an unusual deal for distribution.
With digital companies like YouTube and Yahoo making aggressive pitches for cable ad dollars, one of cable TV’s stalwart programmers, Discovery Communications, rendered a bold response Thursday, purchasing top digital program provider Revision3 for $30 million.
Revision3 rolled out a new, HTML5-based video player to standardize its user experience across web browsers and on mobile and connected devices. At the same time, it made a strategic decision to phase out support of Flash and throw more development resources behind HTML5 instead.
The hosts of Diggnation are finally getting off the couch at the end of the year — but what moments were their favorite over the course of the show’s seven-year run? We asked David Prager, Alex Albrecht and Jim Louderback that question. And we found videos!
Revision3 published the first episode of its new weekly Lifehacker web series today, produced in cooperation with the popular Gawker blog. The show is just one attempt to tap new audiences, and Revision3’s Ryan Vance said shows targeting sports or car geeks could be next.
Mark Cuban, the Dallas Mavericks owner, has invested an undisclosed amount in Revision3. Cuban is a serial investor; he’s backed Superfeedr,…
Today independent web video producer Revision3 is claiming the position of the number one over the top network, with viewership increasing 165 percent and, as of Q4 2010, achieving “sustained profitability.” How’d they do it? A wide variety of content, diversified distribution, and maybe Mark Cuban.