YouTube Space New York Is Now Open, Here’s A Photo Tour – Tubefilter

If you’re a budding online video star or established entertainment professional looking for a low-cost, but high-tech sound stage, recording room, editing bay, or otherwise production-friendly facility in which to shoot, slice, sweeten, or finish your project in New York City you can fuggedaboutit. At least you could fuggedaboutit before November 6, 2014. It’s on that Google officially opened the doors of its YouTube Space New York and gave YouTube creators with 5,000 subscribers or more a free place in which to work.”

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Can the internet make TV less boring? – theVerge

On a warm night in New York last week, advertisers and content producers huddled together into a huge white tent beside the Metropolitan Opera House to watch Yahoo unveil its first TV-length original web series. Purple lights and plastic champagne flutes were everywhere, and everyone in attendance seemed to know that Yahoo’s event on Monday, along with about a dozen others that would occur that week, was part of the start of something huge. Yahoo was there to cap off the first night of the annual NewFronts, a series of casually linked events where new media companies attempt to woo advertisers and producers with their platforms and shows — and critically, do so just weeks before traditional TV networks host similar events of their own.”

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Hulu will bring free TV shows to your phone, and it’s trying to reach your cable box – Engadget

One advantage Hulu has always had over other streaming services is that it has newer TV shows, and you can watch them for free. What’s frustrated viewers however, is that it only applies if you’re watching on a computer, since phones and TV apps have always required a Plus subscription that opens up a slightly different library of content. Today in New York the streamer announced that this summer it’s going to offer ‘a selection of ad-supported full TV episodes on mobile devices– for free.'”

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