YouTube has not released an official statement as to why it removed the ‘HD’ tag from the 720p option. One possible scenario could be the platform considering 1080p as a minimum standard for ‘High Definition’ (HD) videos, and anything below it would be Standard Definition (SD). … [Read more...] about Youtube reclassifies HD resolution videos; 720p videos not high-definition anymore
“The fact that Tofubeats and Gaidaa weren’t directly from the U.K. Garage scene was really exciting,” DJ Q tells Fast Company. “Normally, when artists are familiar with something, they approach it in a way which is expected, whether that be on purpose or just force of habit. With them both not being from the scene, it means they would take whatever idea I sent across with fresh ears, and that usually means fresh ideas that aren’t conventional to the genre.” … [Read more...] about Red Bull’s new series pairs global artists to create music out of serendipity
ZEE's LIVE Entertainment vertical has transformed its on-ground flagship IP Supermoon to Supermoon Live to Home. ZEE LIVE from May 23 will present 12 weeks of original content with acts of over 24 renowned artists and bands featuring Bickram Ghosh, Palash Sen, Sahil Khattar, Varun Thakur, Mame Khan, Parkirama and more. … [Read more...] about ZEE Entertainment lines up fresh content despite lockdown hurdles
Does that mean we should apply stricter limits to what we watch? Aiming to “filter out the noise,” and only tuning in to programs with positive emotional ratings or positive chemical impacts on our brains? The choice, we believe, is best left to consumers. Nevertheless, an ability to carefully and intelligently select digital materials to promote emotional health and resilience is a relevant concern for digital audiences everywhere—particularly now. Rather than subjecting content to crude tools of restriction, we ought to elevate digital products by using the power of a simple framework, called “digital nutrition.” … [Read more...] about Is the content you are watching ‘digitally nutritious’ for your brain?
The startup’s strategy was akin to Twitter’s in its early days when it came to Hollywood and offered a kind of white-glove service to get networks, producers, and stars to understand its value. As with Twitter at that time, it was a pre-revenue quid quo pro, which eased the way. “Hollywood is a very lazy lay and will let you do what you want if it’s easy and free,” one digital marketer jokes. According to Liew, who was also an early investor in Snapchat, Chung was the first person to “connect the dots” between entertainment and GIFs in a way that “opened up the entire history of TV and movies to be chopped up.” Giphy’s L.A. summer proved successful enough that Chung would repeat the staff migration—in increasingly larger venues—in 2015 and 2016. … [Read more...] about In Six Seconds, Giphy Could Make Billions