HitBliss, Target Ticket and Vevo challenge Netflix, Amazon in online video

Online video services are working to differentiate themselves by finding new ways to get their content in front of consumers, seeking out the newest, hottest offerings and creating innovative new business models that cater to viewers' individual profiles. This is generally good news for consumers, who have a greater number of offerings to pick and choose from for their specific needs. In a new special report, FierceOnlineVideo profiles three entrants to the online video industry--HitBliss, Target Ticket and Vevo--that have either recently launched or started getting more mainstream attention. Find out more about what they're doing in this special report.

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