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YouTube Consider Paid, Ad-Free Subscriptions YouTube are considering giving viewers the option to watch ad-free videos for a monthly subscription fee marking a big change from the advertising-only approach. YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki says “YouTube right now is ad-supported, which is great because it has enabled us to scale to a…

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From the role of paid media to key engagement metrics, the social media landscape has already seen huge transformation in 2014 with more platforms and brands jostling for attention than ever before. Mobile continues to play a key role with 71% of all social users accessing their chosen platform from…

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Vine Introduces All New Features The new Vine Camera from Vine on Vimeo. To the relief of creatives and budding Vine stars alike the app announced a new function allowing users to edit and upload existing videos from their phones. This function is set to drive sign ups with…

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Snapchat Develops New Messaging Features Snapchat is to evolve from a simple photo messaging service to into a primary hub for mobile messaging with all new features. The existing process of sending a photo for just a few seconds will now follow up with the ability to have real…

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For the first weekly Social Media Round up of 2014 we’ve looked at the news and campaigns that caught our eye over the Christmas break.   Vine on Social Media Last Friday Vine launched its web-based version of the app. The web version which works much in the same way…

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Good morning all, in this weeks Social Media Round up we have news from Twitter, Google, Facebook and Vine. Twitter Account Experiments With Sending Personalized ‘Pictures’ To Your Timeline William Morgan – an engineer at Twitter, has created a “highly experimental bot” that sends personalised pictures to your timeline….

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Video on the internet is nothing new. Big players like Youtube (founded in 2005), DailyMotion (2005) and Vimeo (2004) have been around for nearly a decade. Its true to say since their creation these video sites have disrupted the traditional televised media industry, film industry and even the music…

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It’s raining, gloomy and you’re struggling to believe that it was only yesterday you were getting gloriously sun burnt in the park. There’s no need to suffer the post-bank holiday slump in silence because here are 5 creative apps that’ll help transform your phone into your very own film…

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Vine came along this week (it has in fact been live for a while but the fresh publicity came from Twitter’s acquisition and integration of the 6-second video-sharing network), hoping to be the social video service which would prove there can be an ‘Instagram of video’. The jury is…

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