Any of you blog readers remember my Videography columns? Just curious. In any case, FYI for the rest of you, I've been writing about video on the web since the first streaming video vendors (in fact I consulted by VDONet which preceeded Real in terms of online video). Not that that's important, but it's nice to see the financial eco-system aka the online video marketplace coming of age to a point where people think there's a business there. Of course, the biggest piece is the sale of movies, TV shows and other commercial forms of entertainment. But, as I'm found of saying, "stay tuned"... there's more.
If you're involved in the online video marketplace and its business potential, you'll find this eMarketer.com report about other research reports regarding the "MoneyTube," Online Video Becomes a Real Business
, to be of interest.
Labels: business, internet video, online video, web video