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Zoom, Zoom, Internet Video sells cars and magazines.


Two magazines that were covering cars when Cadillacs sported prodigious tail fins are teaming with a newcomer in the realm of automotive media for a digital content and advertising partnership.

The magazines are Car and Driver and Road & Track, which have been part of the Hearst Magazines division of the Hearst Corporation since 2011. Their partnership is with /Drive, an automotive channel on YouTube that has grown to more than 12 million monthly viewers since its introduction in 2012 as part of a major video expansion by the YouTube parent, Google.

Hegedusworld Co-Creation Scores Emmy #2!


The Hegedusworld co-creation, 'A Piece of the Game', a sports memorabilia program, has scored another Emmy win. For the second year in a row it has been judged as the best regularly scheduled Sports program in the Midwest region. Created in conjunction with a diminutive production company in Chicago, the show has twice now 'deked' the competition!

An online documentary about Porridge Papers, a company in Lincoln, Neb., that makes the type of deckle-edged recycled paper found in art supply and stationary stores, includes a field-trip visit by schoolchildren to the small mill and print shop.

Video Scores Big On Facebook-Use It!


MENLO PARK, Calif. — On Friday morning, Beyoncé posted a video on Facebook and YouTube that took her fans behind the scenes to see the preparations for her live performance last month at the MTV Video Music Awards.

In the first four hours, Facebook users watched the video 2.4 million times. On YouTube, the four-minute clip garnered just a few thousand views during that time.

Does Flossing Work? Brush Up On Your Video


For decades, magazine editors often relied on a handful of maxims to attract readers: Young is better than old. Pretty is better than ugly. Rich is better than poor. Film stars outsell television and music stars. Anything sells better than politics, and nothing sells better than a dead celebrity.

But they have had to devise new rules when experimenting with digital video, a medium they hope will be a savior for their struggling businesses as marketers flee print.