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Color's Plan C (Or Is It B.5?): Becoming Verizon's Live Mobile Video Partner

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Color, the famously overfunded social app shop, is still looking for its first big hit. But the company has found a way to get some help, with a deal with Verizon Wireless to pre-install Color on some of its Android smartphones. This will be an extension of Color’s current app,...
Color's Plan C (Or Is It B.5?): Becoming Verizon's Live Mobile Video Partner

Spreecast Raises $7M For Social Video Broadcasting Platform

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Spreecast, a social video platform that lets people broadcast together, has raised $7 million in Series A funding from Meakem Becker Venture Capital, GGV Capital and MentorTech Ventures as well as Stan Shuman, managing director at Allen & Company. Other participants in the round include Gordon Crawford, Sandy Robertson, and...
Spreecast Raises $7M For Social Video Broadcasting Platform

YC-Backed TapIn.TV Evolves Into Framebase To Make Building Video Products Less Painful

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Sometimes, the business you should be building is hidden beneath the one you already are. Back in early 2012, four friends set out to build TapIn.TV. As one of many competitors in the crowded live mobile video broadcasting space, TapIn.TV focused almost entirely on video. After months of development, they...
YC-Backed TapIn.TV Evolves Into Framebase To Make Building Video Products Less Painful

Associated Press partners with Bambuser to bring citizen journalists’ videos to the masses

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Video-broadcasting service Bambuser was one of our top media apps of 2011, partly due to the role it played in helping to mobilize citizen journalists across the Middle East during the various periods of political uprisings. Bambuser is a free-to-use service that lets users quickly broadcast, watch and share live...
Associated Press partners with Bambuser to bring citizen journalists’ videos to the masses
SNL hooks up with Color to broadcast from backstage
Color's Bill Nguyen: 'We're headed toward the singularity, right? Brains in a jar. Teleportation.'

Aereo backer Barry Diller defends online video broadcasting to Senate

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IAC chairman Barry Diller has argued for the rights of new online broadcasting companies at a gathering of the Senate Commerce Committee. Diller, who previously headed Fox, Paramount, and USA Broadcasting, is currently financing Aereo, a New York startup that has run into controversy over its streaming video service...
Aereo backer Barry Diller defends online video broadcasting to Senate
Watchdog group reveals ‘Enemies of the Internet’ list for 2012

Spreecast quietly continues redesign to hone its video broadcasting niche

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Video is clearly an important market to go after, as it seems we’ve all but completely figured out how we’d like to share photos and text. Right now countless players are searching for the video sweet spot, with services like Viddy and Socialcam attempting to become the “Instagram of video,”...
Spreecast quietly continues redesign to hone its video broadcasting niche
Color reborn: video-broadcasting service bets big on Verizon, adds audio and ups quality

StubHub Founder: Don't Listen To The So-Called 'Experts'

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Jeff Fluhr co-founded StubHub in 2000 and was the CEO from its launch until it was acquired by eBay. Last night in San Francisco, Fluhr told the crowd at the Vator Splash startup competition what he learned. Among the most important lessons: you can benefit a lot by challenging...
StubHub Founder: Don't Listen To The So-Called 'Experts'
$41 million can't buy success as Color app finally gives up
Livestream bets big on free video broadcasting without ads, plus a new iPhone app
AP teams up with video-broadcasting service to crowdsource news footage
With a simple skydive, Google succeeded where Color failed
BitTorrent opens up its P2P live streaming service to anyone with a webcam

Dreamit Ventures Will Be Releasing 9 Startups Into The Wild At SXSW

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Dreamit Ventures is a startup accelerator program like TechStars and Y Combinator. Adaptly, Parsely, SeatGeek and LevelUp are all Dreamit companies. Each year, Dreamit accepts a handful of startups into the program and gives them resources and coaching over a few months. It has launched in multiple cities and this...
Dreamit Ventures Will Be Releasing 9 Startups Into The Wild At SXSW
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