SendUs launched out of stealth mode with $17 million in funding today. The company provides a video submission and management platform so brands can use video content created by fans to their own advantage.
"Today's news marks the first time a government entity has published law as a living, collaborative document," Balter said. "We're excited to see how the Open Data Policy evolves with the input of the community, and we hope this is just the first of many."
Well it's official: YouTube is rolling out a new program that allows some of its premium channel partners to charge consumers a monthly subscription fee to gain access to its content.
Flipboard users on the web and on Android devices no longer have to endure the tyranny of reading a digital magazine that was assembled by someone other than them.
The startup says its "real-world operating system" lets you insert your animated content into reality, as viewed on your mobile devices.
Digital entertainment distribution startup Yekra has raised $3 million in funding to give studios a way to distribute DRM-protected content without it being burdensome.
Over the last few months Slacker Radio has made some big moves to step outside the shadow of rival smart radio service Pandora -- and it's doing so with some help from Pandora itself, according to Slacker Radio CEO Jim Cady.
Microsoft already owns a piece of Nook, having invested $300 million into the business in April 2012. According to the report, Microsoft would buy the digital operation, which includes e-books, movies, TV, comics, apps, and more.
Loyal Marvel fans (aka True Believers) that prefer using Android tablets like the Nexus 7 or a Samsung Galaxy Tab have reason to be excited today, as the comic book publisher's Marvel Unlimited digital comic book subscription service.
"My initial thoughts about what a title can do was to set mood and the prime underlying core of the film's story, to express the story in some metaphorical way," Bass once said.
If only Fiber could be installed as quickly as it operates!
Editor's Pick In addition to providing a people-powered smart radio service, Piki's new web app offers a good fix for keeping up with songs you hear across other streaming music services.
"We may be witnessing the rise of Twitter's recently acquired Vine," Compete.com's Conor O'Mahony said.
While the subject of "viewer metrics" is typically pretty dull, you can't really say that when it comes to YouTube.
Hulu's new Windows Phone 8 app integrates with your Hulu Plus account and looks pretty slick, besides.
TV anywhere startup Aereo is doing its best to stave off attacks that its business is operating illegally, and has now asked a federal court in New York to block broadcaster CBS from filing additional lawsuits.
This is the latest move in Amazon’s worldwide expansion.
Panna has raised $1.35 million to build out its digital cooking magazine for iPhone and iPad that features high-definition video lessons led by highly acclaimed chefs.
In its quest to pull in premium content, Google is apparently ready to roll out its first set of paid YouTube channel subscriptions.
As other print publications struggle to maintain great, expensive content in an age of changing economics and reader habits, it's heartening to watch an older institution gamely try new things.