Maven Articles

NASA Successfully Launches its MAVEN Mission to Mars
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On Monday afternoon NASA successfully launched its Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) probe from Cape Canaveral in Florida. The probe’s solar arrays were deployed soon after it’s final rocket stage, sending it on its months-long journey to the planet …

NASA Mars Mission Being Prepped For Launch

As NASA‘s Mars rover Curiosity celebrates its first year (Earth year) on Mars, the agency is now looking toward the future of Mars exploration. NASA today announced that its Mars Atmosphere and Volatiles Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft has now arrived at …

Yahoo Getting Rid of Maven Video Business

In February, 2008, Yahoo acquired Maven Networks for $160 million. Maven is a supplier of online video players and video advertising tools.

A year and a half later, Yahoo is already ditching it. The company has said that it is planning to "wind down its customer base."

Maven Scores Gannett USAToday.com Video Deal
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Maven Networks will roll out an online TV solution with news publisher Gannett’s USAToday website and 150 other websites.

Fox News Partners With Maven Networks

Fox News has selected Internet TV platform Maven Networks to run all of its online video channels for its global news network.

Sony Partners With Maven Networks

Maven Networks, an Internet TV platform provider, announced today that Sony BMG Music Entertainment and FT.com (The Financial Times) are launching new video offerings on the Maven Internet TV Platform.

TV Guide Teams With Maven For Online Video

Maven Networks has been chosen by GemStar-TV Guide to power its online video channels.

Hearst & Fox, a YouTube Killer?
Last month Hearst announced their plans for 12 new online video channels to partner with their magazine websites. Now they are partnering with Fox Television Studios for their CosmoGirl and Popular Mechanics video channels, according to MediaPost.

Maven Selects WebTrends for Online Video Analytics Maven Selects WebTrends for Online Video Analytics

Today Maven Networks and WebTrends Inc. announced that the two companies have collaborated to create one of the most comprehensive online video analytics offerings in the broadband industry.

Hearst To Launch 14 Video Sites

Maven Networks has launched its new Internet TV platform, which has been adopted by more than 500 media companies, led by Hearst Corporation. The companies are using Maven to power their online video distribution and advertising business.

Hearst Magazines, publisher of Cosmopolitan, Esquire and Good Housekeeping, is launching 14 new Internet channels built on the Maven platform with their own individual branding, promotions and advertising around the audience of each magazine title.

Blogging Strategy – Be a Maven

Paul Chaney has a good post on Mavens’ – a term used in Malcolm Gladwell’s book …

Search Engine Maven Calls For Relevance

Danny Sullivan again says Google and Yahoo need to dispense with the whole index size issue.