Revenue-sharing model of online video

Here is the list I think I’d need to digest (turned out to be kinda bookmarks, obviously). But I haven’t, so I can’t make any comment yet:

Video Sharing Sites Offer Different Monetization Schemes……but “Don’t Give Up the Day Job”

How Not to Think Strategically about the Future of Media

Working For Free

YouTube: What Google CEO Eric Schmidt really thinks

Google Video Search vs Gootube – which will win?

10 implications of YouTube Revenue-Sharing model

Is Google a media company?

YouTube and the Value of Video Content Hosting, Distribution, and Discovery

Make way of copyright chaos / Lessig (NY Times, registration NOT required)

Edge Patters: Rights shift, where Umair says his paper could be a place to start.

Viacom drops a $1 billion nuke on google /techcrunch

A quick note on DMCA safe harbors, Youtube, Viacom as well as You Go Viacom!, both by Mark Cuban

On Trial: The Digital Millennium Copyright Act /WSJ Law blog

Viacom V. Google Could Shape Digita Future (originally appeared on WSJ)

Copyright is a political issue / Fred Wilson

I want my MTV 2.0

Google sued viacom? I told you so

How Not to think strategically about the future of

Viacom Vs. YouTube a “geological” shift in media landscape / Ad Age.

At google, the search is on for a new approach to old media / knowledge@wharton

Unsafe Harbors for Viacom and Google / Edge Perspectives

Google Gooses Big Media /TIME

how viacom could really protect its content

Could filtering become a fiasco for YouTube?

Does NewsNBCUniversalTube stand a chance?

Infectious video / Jeff Jarvis


Congress is real villain in Viacome-Google fight

Catching Google’s YouTube won’t be easy

So … YouTube’s Toast?

Cuban v. EFF on YouTube

Thinking strategically about search

Push come to Shove for Content of Web Video / NYT


YouTube – Big Media Video: Revenue Splits and the real Stumbling Block

Viacom video accounts for only 2% in YouTube. Very interesting.

for the long haul

Though I don’t understand English at a deep cultural level, to me it is learningful when Mike Arrington of Tech Crunch sensed it during the podshow at Gillmor Gang that Amanda might be leaving Rocketboom. According to Mike, whenever someone says about something that ends with “in for the long haul,” she or he might be leaving. After all he was right. That podshow is worth listening if you are interested in the future of advertising/media, to which I don’t make a link as Steve Gillmor might not like it. (please google : gillmor gang amanda ).