As Sage says, "It's a Yahoo! and videos week." CBS and Yahoo! reach a deal for web video sharing, and Yahoo! becomes the exclusive portal to resell display advertising for Walmart.com. Youtube ads the option of interactive Video Annotations, allowing you to add commentary, background and link to other stories and videos. Youtube also ads apology center and underwear fitness to its list of attributes. A judge ordered teens to post a public apology on Youtube after their videoed pranks got them in trouble, and the Wii Fit girl, Lauren Bernat, demonstrates her skills while in her gutchies! Google even seems to be on the video bandwagon this week with the addition of an offline-to-online reporting feature in AdWords for its TV Campaigns reporting.


June 12, 2008





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Comments(2)

I think this report is relevant to this discussion...

Driven by the use of video on the web, Cisco today released a study that estimates that “IP traffic will increase at a combined annual growth rate (CAGR) of 46 percent from 2007 to 2012, nearly doubling every two years. This will result in an annual bandwidth demand on the world’s IP networks of approximately 522 exabytes, or more than half a zettabyte.”
http://blogs.cisco.com/news/comments/internet_traffic_what_is_a_zettabyte/

That is an interesting find. It will be interesting to see if the internet is up for all the traffic we want from it.

Thanks for the link.

Sage

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