Video Daily

by Joe Mandese
Nielsen began informing clients this week that it has officially decided to change the way it defines television to include non-traditional sources of TV viewing such as Internet-connected devices in its TV ratings sample households, and will make those changes effective with the start of the 2013-14 television season in September. The two most significant implications of those changes are that Nielsen will begin including Internet-only TV households in its sample, and will also start measuring viewing on Internet-connected TVs in its existing sample households. …Read the whole story
by Wendy Davis
The video-sharing service YouTube argues in new court papers that it has a free-speech right to continue to display the controversial “Innocence of Muslims” clip. …Read the whole story
by Laurie Sullivan
Google released a feature combining search advertising on AdWords with coupons and discount offers. Originally in beta, marketers expect a full rollout by the end of the month …Read the whole story
by Wayne Friedman
Charter Communications fourth-quarter revenues climbed, due to its video, Internet, commercial and advertising businesses. But like most cable operators, it lost customers; cable was down 4%. …Read the whole story

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