TikTok Owner To Pay $92M In US Privacy Settlement

Chinese parent ByteDance has settled a class-action lawsuit alleging that the video-sharing app failed to get users consent to collect data in violation of a strict Illinois privacy law.

BCaster Partners With ESPAT Media

BCaster, developer of a platform for real-time sharing and delivery of photos and videos, and ESPAT Media, a provider of creative production services for the esports industry, today announced a […]

Vivendi Relaunches Dailymotion To Take On YouTube

Twitter Adds Live Video API For Broadcasters

Twitter has officially announced the Periscope Producer application program interface aimed at adding new ways of sharing live video on Twitter for media companies and broadcasters. The move emphasizes its push toward increased live video ahead of its NewFronts appearance.

NFL Flags Unauthorized Video Sharing

Hundreds of videos were flagged during Week 5 of the NFL. But the breadth of the Internet suggests that the full extent of the unauthorized use of NFL videos is unknown — and may never be.

Sharing Enhanced By Netflix, Facebook Deal

Netflix users will be able to swiftly intersect with social media as the streaming video giant offers the opportunity to link an account with Facebook. The millions of Netflix streamers will be able to sync their accounts, such that friends’ information on TV viewing activity appears only within Netflix, or alternatively, more widely on Facebook.

Journalistic Pros & Cons Of Twitter’s Vine Tool

House Passes Video Sharing Bill

A bill that will allow consumers to share on social media what movies or TV shows they watched passed the House of Representatives Tuesday. The bill amends the Video Privacy Protection Act to allow sharing as long as the companies obtain consent from consumers and provide consumers with a “clear and conspicuous” option to withdraw their consent at any time.

Latakoo Looks To Speed Video Sharing

Austin-based video startup latakoo has a funny name (it’s some kind of lark), but a great idea: make it easier to transfer HD video. Built by a group of journalists and technologists to solve the real-world problem of video-sharing in the newsroom environment, the company has already attracted 40 paying customers, including many TV station groups.