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SVOD is a 'natural extension' of online video offerings, Vimeo says, but will it outshine other OTT models?

SVOD. It's an acronym that industry players are dropping with alarming frequency these days. And with HBO and CBS announcing their own premium-content subscription video on demand services, it's no surprise that YouTube may be considering its own subscription service.

YouTube's Wojcicki mulls subscription service, says half of viewing now mobile

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said her Google-owned video platform may soon launch a subscription-based service

YouTube chief hints at sitewide paid subscription model

HALF MOON BAY, Calif.--YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said the online video giant could introduce a subscription-based service sometime soon, but said the Google-owned site is interested in giving users choices over how they view video content.

The boneyard: Online video sites that bit the dust … and some that may rise again

YouTube, Hulu, Vimeo and other online video providers have enjoyed significant success. But other OTT video players haven't been so lucky. Why, in an increasingly all-digital world, did these providers fail? Here are 10 online video companies either gone before their time, or that are struggling to keep from fading into the Internet ether.

Google looks to TV screen to rake in YouTube revenues

YouTube is riding high as advertisers continue to buy into its online video offering--particularly its premium Google Preferred ad category. The primarily short-form online video service's partner revenues are up 60 percent from 2012 and 2013, company executives revealed in an earnings conference call on Thursday. And as more viewers access the service through their television screens, Google is looking to invest in content that will keep viewers tuned to the big screen.

Crowdsourcing for crimefighting: FBI asks for Americans' help to fight ISIL

The FBI is asking citizens for help in identifying masked ISIL members with American accents that have appeared in videos circulating online, in a new initiative aimed at learning the identities of dozens of Americans who it says have joined the terrorist group (also known as ISIS).

Media companies look beyond YouTube's limited monetization

YouTube has been the go-to platform for enterprises to house their online video content affordably. For many companies, it serves their needs just fine. But for media and entertainment-focused businesses, especially those that monetize some or all of that video content, YouTube is an increasingly crowded space with limited earning options. FierceOnlineVideo takes a look at an emerging migration to other online video platforms here.

JW Player, ILOOK offer alternatives to YouTube for enterprise online video

For smaller multichannel networks and for individual content creators, YouTube is a challenging  place  in which to turn a profit. Some new ventures, including JWPlayer and ILOOK, are looking to go beyond the multichannel network concept entirely. Special report.

Moving past the YouTube monetization model

For the past few years, YouTube has been the go-to platform for enterprises to house their online video content affordably. For many companies, it serves their needs just fine. But for media and entertainment-focused businesses, especially those that monetize some or all of that video content, YouTube is an increasingly crowded space with limited earning options.

Breaking out of YouTube: JW Player, ILOOK offer alternatives for enterprise online video

Recent multibillion-dollar sales of multichannel networks have caught plenty of attention. However, for smaller MCNs and for individual content creators, YouTube is a challenging space to turn a profit. Enter the next generation of online distributors: companies that are providing ways for content creators to post and publicize their videos beyond YouTube.