YouTube competitor Vimeo removes several videos from site for using “Pixels” in title

Opinion Editorial According to a DMCA complaint documented on ChillingEffects.org (https://www.chillingeffects.org/notices/11039982#) and reported on at CNET (http://www.cnet.com/news/videos-taken-down-from-vimeo-for-using-the-word-pixels/), the video hosting site Vimeo has removed several videos from their service just because the videos used the word “Pixels” in the title. … Continue reading

Cracks in the cable business send media stocks tumbling – YouTube Viewers should go up

“Cracks in the cable business send media stocks tumbling” This is the headline from the Washington Post on Aug 7, 2015. (http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/cracks-in-the-cable-business-send-media-stocks-tumbling/2015/08/07/bc0ceacc-3d38-11e5-8e98-115a3cf7d7ae_story.html) Basically media stocks took a large hit this week with companies like Disney losing 9 percent of their … Continue reading