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Reuters: 79% said they would be investing more in online news video this year

Posted 2 years, 9 months ago
 

The Reuters Foundation's Nic Newman has taken a look back at the trends of 2015 and crunched the numbers for 2016 and the results are in: there's going to be more video on the web, a lot more.  He reports that video is quickly dominating the web, and many businesses are going to invest in video and video production in the coming year to keep up with this trend.

2015 was a big year for video online.  Embedding video on social became more streamlined, drones and VR became the hot new gear, and livestreaming truely arrived on the scene.  Undoubtably, these trends will continue in 2016. 

Read the full report here.

 


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