Facebook shares rocketed to an all-time high Thursday as investors welcomed solid earnings for the social networking giant, which has seen big gains in advertising and better connections in mobile and video.
Verizon is launching a mobile video service this summer that would show sports, concerts and other types of content.
Television isn't the only way commercials will get airtime this year.
Twitter on Tuesday unveiled a new advertising program that delivers "promoted videos" to the tweet stream of users of the popular messaging platform.
Facebook on Wednesday announced a deal to buy online video advertising technology company LiveRail.
If you use Facebook, the specific ads you see have been based mostly on what you do on Facebook—your profile information, status updates, likes and interests.
Facebook Inc. has just one question for Wall Street: How do you like me now?
Even before Facebook begins displaying splashy video ads, it's preparing for a backlash from users like Amy Pittel.
US Internet pioneer AOL announced Wednesday that it is buying online video advertising platform Adap.tv in a $405 million deal spotlighting the lucrative potential of the market.
(Phys.org) —A researcher from Murdoch University's Audience Labs suggests economically pinched news outlets should take advantage of positive attitudes to online TV ads as a better way to balance the books.