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5 Predictions for Online Video in 2012

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26 December 2011

In 2011 the great promise of ubiquity of video is becoming a reality due to Smartphones.

Although this seems obvious, it has long been doubted that consumers would see anything other than the style was short Youtube video and a small screen. The consumers arestarting to see long videos on mobile devices, despite the frequent lack of engaging content offered.

Re-imagining the TV: Apple to launch new television, iTV expected, with the objective of creating a remarkable experience beyond traditional television.

The tablets are burning: It seems that Apple iPad will continue to be No. 1, but Amazon’s Kindle will follow closely. Although the initial version of Kindle has a slight problem, Amazon is solving those quickly through Prime. The battle of online video, Google video bet on the most innovative and with more quality. The game has begun.

Increase of online video thanks to the smartphone: The Smartphones have facilitated thevirality and the massive reproduction of videos online. In addition, users can post more videos on the net thanks to mobile devices. In 2012 the video will be available to everyone at any time, anywhere.

HD videos are growing: The demand for high-definition video will increase significantly in 2012, allowing products and services online video brands grow and move into the cloud.

More information in the article ”Five predictions for online video in 2012,” Tech Crunch

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