Counting down the top 5 online video service offerings

Top 5 online video appsWith the advent of Adobe's (Nasdaq: ADBE) Flash application just a decade ago, more consumers can now easily view online video streaming from any device, including not only the PC, but also smartphones, tablets, and, of course, the connected TV set. In addition to consumers finding their way to multiple devices, the other interesting trend to take place this year was that cable operators were finally willing to open their doors to online video by either partnering with other providers or developing their own products in-house. Mariko Hewer at FierceOnlineVideo rates this year's top five game-changing online video services in 2012. Read more

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