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Former Hulu chief Kilar raises another $58M for video start-up Vessel

Bolstering yet another online player competing in the pay-TV market, Vessel, the SVOD service launched by former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar, has raised another $58 million in venture capital.

Mediacom goes all-digital in Missouri; NAB hints at support for net neutrality

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YouTube ads break FTC rules around children's programming, consumer groups say

The YouTube Kids streaming app, which was launched in February, has come under fire from consumer advocacy groups, which say that its video programming disregards Federal Trade Commission rules that limit the amount and type of advertising around children's programming.

Dailymotion still on the block as Vivendi makes $272M bid

Online video provider Dailymotion, one of the strongest competitors in the user-generated content market dominated by providers like Google's YouTube and Amazon-owned live-streaming service Twitch, could be a Vivendi property soon if a takeover bid made by the media giant holds.

YouTube experiments with 4K video at 60 fps

Looking for ways to spark consumer interest in 4K/Ultra HD, the consumer electronics and pay-TV industries seem to have an ally in YouTube, which has debuted its latest experimental videos: Not only are they in 4K, but they run at 60 frames per second.

Online video's ongoing fight against digital piracy: A look at solutions

Fears of digital piracy ebbed a bit over the last few years, with platforms like Netflix and YouTube providing consumers with gobs of readily available, inexpensive video content. But it turns out that illegal downloading just isn't going away.

Tackling online-video piracy requires innovative tactics

Online-video piracy is not going away. Despite efforts to clamp down on the problem, illegal content is prolific on the Web, with files available for download through torrent sites or even on major sites, including YouTube.

Vessel launches to the public with 135 channels of subscriber-exclusive content

The online video world will find out whether Jason Kilar's latest venture, Vessel, is ready for prime time. The SVOD service, after a few months in beta, has launched to the general public, offering monthly subscriptions for $2.99.

YouTube going on the defensive as competition moves in: report

Google's golden goose, YouTube, is increasingly on the defensive, both from SVOD players like Hulu and Netflix, and from social media OTT plays like those of Facebook and Twitter. And that protective mentality is costing the online video giant both creative talent and market share, a Variety story says.

Developer advocate explains how he ended up hosting Google's YouTube series aimed at iOS developers

Why is Google courting iOS developers? Todd Kerpelman, a developer advocate for the Android platform and host of the YouTube video series Route 85, recently connected with FierceDeveloper  to explain the situation. Turns out, they've got more than a few tricks up their sleeves.