Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data are transforming the online video and internet marketing industries. Video publishers need to keep on top of the latest trends if they want to keep ahead of the game.
Videos uploaded to YouTube in March 2017 generated over 160 Billion views, and music, and music-focused channels were among those with the highest view counts. We take a look at the most-watched YouTube channels for last month.
According to the latest online video ranking leaderboards from Tubular, BuzzFeed's Tasty, Viral Thread, The LAD BIble, The Daily Mail, and UNILAD were some of the top video creators across the big social video platforms in March 2017.
Digital NewFronts 2017 kicks off in a couple of weeks, and its a very different event from its launch back in 2012. Programmatic media buying is now king, and the advertising model for brands has changed beyond all recognition.
How are luxury brands leveraging video, and what type of video content is working for them? A new study from OMD EMEA and Tubular Labs reveals vital social video insights across select sectors of the luxury industry.
Choosing the right strategy for your video marketing campaigns is more critical than ever. But what are the key trends to follow? Join Tubular for our free webinar that promises to bring you right up to date with the latest trends and insights affecting online video in the first quarter of 2017
The Enthusiast Network (TEN) routinely pulls in over three billion monthly video views from more than 160 million fans across all its platforms. Find out the strategy behind the #1 auto-related video content brand in the U.S.
YouTube has been under fire over the past few weeks with some advertisers pulling their paid campaigns from the site over concerns that ads were being run against offensive content. But, with Google announcing new guidelines in place, advertisers shouldn't be in too much of a rush to leave.
At one point, everyone in this industry was a newcomer. That’s why here at Tubular we wanted to get the perspective of someone who’s just starting his career in online video and why the industry matters to him, as part of our "Day in the Life of" series. Nick Torchon works as an intern at the YouTube comedy and gaming channel Funhaus, which boasts over 1 million subscribers.