Online Publishers Struggle With Video

Online Publishers Struggle With Video
Innovation

It's certainly interesting to watch the Viacom backed Vice magazine VBS channel and the award winning CoolHunting videos - no one is making any money from these clips because no one (relatively) is watching them.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 11 july 2007

Valleywag alerts us to the problems tech publisher CNET is having. Apparently they’ve had to cull their video production unit to divert resources back into the main publishing unit.

It’s certainly interesting to watch the Viacom backed Vice magazine VBS channel and the award winning CoolHunting videos – no one is making any much money from these clips because no one (relatively) is watching them.

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