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H5P – Create and Share Rich HTML5 Content and Applications
H5P empowers everyone to create, share and reuse interactive content - all you need is a web browser and a web site that supports H5P.
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4 hours ago by axehandle
Analysis: Netflix wants content self-sufficiency |
Netflix’s rapid transition towards a premium TV model comes at a time when it faces a threat from major production companies pulling content as they prepare to launch DTC services
30 per cent of Netflix’s US catalogue is content from major US studios, but that has already decreased as some production companies – including Fox and Disney – remove the majority of their titles
Netflix has simultaneously been pushing internationalisation of its content, fuelled in part by its focus on Originals to which it owns worldwide rights, but also by a growing volume of pan-regional or global ‘Exclusives’ (titles like Star Trek: Discovery – not produced by Netflix, but acquired exclusively in almost all of their markets)
In December 2017, over 3,000 titles available on Netflix UK were available in more than 15 Netflix markets worldwide. In December 2018 this had increased by a further 1,600 titles
netflix  tv  content  stats 
8 hours ago by dancall
The New Face of Audience Journey Mapping in Healthcare - Forum for Healthcare Strategists
POV espouses using "brand journalism" to reach consumers earlier in their decision journeys; cites 83% [all] customers access digital/web late in their journeys; 33% healthcare patients self-diagnose online
healthcare  marketing  customer  patient  experience  pointofview  journey  content  q3  2018 
19 hours ago by csrollyson
Fake it 'til you make it CSS | Kenan Yusuf
In the past few years, I have been spoilt with high-speed broadband that makes browsing the web a stress-free task. But realistically, not everyone has fibre optic, and a lot of people consume web content through 3G. Where am I going with this? Well, I think we can all agree that there is nothing worse than a white page with content slowly populating, so why don’t we fake it until the content makes it?
css  content  placeholders.  loading 
yesterday by radarseven
YouTubers are fighting algorithms as they try to make good content for kids • Motherboard
Caroline Haskins:
<p>not all of kids YouTube is a hellscape. In fact, the ecosystem is also home to an entirely different kind of channel: human beings trying to become characters like Mister Rogers, the Wiggles, or a PBS kids show for a new generation. By and large, these YouTubers are striving to make genuinely good, enriching, educational content for children.

These channels are fighting to game YouTube’s algorithm to reach young audiences. According to interviews with several of theseYouTube channels, however, they’re at a structural disadvantage to compete with channels that make massive amounts of animated videos.

“It’s difficult for channels like mine to compete with them too, because they can do like two three videos a day, or at least a few a week,” Mike Moore, who runs Brain Candy TV—an animated learning channel with 186,000 subscribers—told Motherboard in a phone call. “It takes me a month or two to make a video. You don’t get as much watch time from that.”

…To many parents, YouTube is also the cheapest and sometimes only option to keep kids entertained. Millennials, some of whom are becoming new parents, by and large don’t have cable. According to the Pew Research Center, only 31% of people aged 18 to 29 have a cable or satellite subscription, and that number only rises to 52% for people aged 30 to 49.

For parents that need to keep their kids entertained, it seems obvious to lean on YouTube—a free service that doesn’t require cable. YouTube is also accessible on mobile devices, meaning that parents can use it when they travel with their kids.

But YouTube wasn’t constructed to prioritize the development and well-being of young children. It's an ad-driven business, and it relies on a mystery recommendation algorithm designed to keep people on the site, and viewing ads, for as long as possible. The people competing on the platform to reach children are just pawns within YouTube’s business interests.</p>

The detail in this piece - about the number of animators, the mindlessness of the content - is quite amazing. Is this how an older generation felt about their children growing up watching TV?
youtube  children  content  socialwarming 
yesterday by charlesarthur

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