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

allthingsd.com
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
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16 Startups Just Won Spots In One Of The Summer's Most Competitive Accelerator Programs

www.businessinsider.com
DreamIt Ventures, a multi-city startup accelerator program like TechStars and Y Combinator, has selected 16 startups for its summer session in New York. The three-month program gives each startup a stipend of up to $25,000 and mentorship. There's a Demo Day at the end attended by press and investors. Some...
16 Startups Just Won Spots In One Of The Summer's Most Competitive Accelerator Programs

Kony 2012 documentary on Ugandan warlord is unlikely viral phenomenon

www.guardian.co.uk
The 30-minute film about guerilla leader Joseph Rao Kony has been watched more than 30m times in 48 hoursKony 2012 is an unlikely internet phenomenon. The 30-minute documentary about a despot Ugandan warlord has been watched more than 30m times online in less than 48 hours.The hard-hitting film, uploaded by...
Kony 2012 documentary on Ugandan warlord is unlikely viral phenomenon

We asked the experts: How do you do YouTube?

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Everyone uses YouTube – but how, exactly, are people engaging with the site? I’ve been wanting to ask a random assortment of users — from creators to mothers to execs to kids — how they consume YouTube since I read the following quote in a New York Times piece about...
We asked the experts: How do you do YouTube?

Media accelerator Matter reveals its inaugural class of six startups

thenextweb.com
It was back in December when we first introduced Matter, San Francisco’s accelerator specifically for media startups. And today it has announced the six digital startups that have been selected for its inaugural class. Just to recap, Matter is backed by three media non-profits: San Francisco’s KQED and the Knight...
Media accelerator Matter reveals its inaugural class of six startups
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