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Algorithm v. Human Curation: Is the Debate Really Settled?

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We now live in a universe with more video content than any one person could consume in a lifetime of continuous viewing…

The on-demand video service was invented to help people better find content they actually want to watch. But even the most avid video consumer would be turned away by the sheer volume of shows, movies, and clips available even within a single service. With all this content available, who best to decide which of it is for us? One of the biggest debates in media and entertainment in recent years has been around the curation of all this content.   Read More


VDMS & Digiflare Complete the 72 Hour Challenge

By | Android, Events, iOS, Press, Roku, Xbox One | No Comments

“We’ll make you a beautiful, high-performance video experience. We’ll put it in on four very different platforms. We’ll do it in three days.” These are the three promises Digiflare and Verizon Digital Media Services made to a trio of leading media and entertainment companies this August. The goal? To put  brand new and amazing video apps on iOS, Android, Roku, and Xbox One. The challenge? To do it in just 72 hours. Read More


YouTube Red: User Generated Video Goes to Hollywood

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Yesterday in Los Angeles, YouTube announced a subscription service, dubbed “YouTube Red,” that will offer ad-free streaming for a rate of $9.99 per month. The service targets fans of YouTube’s iconic content who have low tolerance for in-video advertising. As a bonus, existing subscribers to Google Play Music will also get free access to the service. Read More