If something happens 11 billion times a day, it’s hot, right?
That’s how many times people watch video on Facebook, YouTube, and Snapchat combined every day.
Digital video is very, very hot, and getting hotter. It is projected to be 80 per cent of all content consumed on the web by 2019, up from 64 per cent in 2014, according to Cisco Systems.
The web is becoming a visual medium. What started as a text-based platform has now become a pictures in motion phenomenon.
It would seem to be a no-brainer for magazine media publishers to be throwing all sorts of resources into making and selling digital video.
Not so fast.
While digital videos are hot, they can also be extremely expensive and complicated to produce. As a result, they can be difficult to make profitably.
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