Appeals court makes Google revisit Viacom copyright lawsuit
The 2nd US Court of Appeals decided that a jury stood a reasonable possibility of finding that Google’s YouTube knew there was bootleg material being uploaded to the site. Google was dealt a major setback after a court sided with Viacom’s appeal to its loss against Google in a copyright lawsuit. Google was allowed a safe harbor provision guarding it against lawsuits for content it didn’t know about, the appeals court said, but it wasn’t certain whether or not Google was aware of specific content….
Five Best Practices to Building a Loyal Video Audience
There are several best practices that any Web producer, marketer or brand can follow when making a video series.
Since only one in twelve branded videos pass the one-million mark, brands and producers are better off building an audience than going for a viral hit. Jay Miletsky, CEO of online network MyPod Studios, shared several with the New Media Minute.-Daisy Whitney