Tablets & TVs make online video go boom!

We all will watch 833 days of video every single second by 2016, and much of that video consumption won’t happen on the PC. Instead, we are seeing a huge growth of connected TV traffic, and video consumption on tablets is also skyrocketing.

What are you watching on Kindle Fire?

Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet, widely viewed as the only real challenger to Apple’s iPad is out in the wild. Those who got the device have been putting it through the paces. Online video platform, Ooyala has taken data from its platform. Here is what Fire owners are watching.

Ooyala gets social, grabs Motorola Mobility money

Online video distribution startup Ooyala has received a strategic investment from hardware maker Motorola Mobility. The announcement comes just a day after Ooyala launched new social features, and while Motorola is in the midst of being acquired by Google in a deal worth $12.5 billion.

Ooyala Adds Live, Secure On-Demand Video for iOS Devices

Ooyala is adding new features to its video distribution platform, expanding its ability to serve live and secure on-demand video streams to iOS devices like the iPad. It is also extending its analytics to support reporting for Flash- and HTML5-delivered videos.

Vid-Biz: Apple TV, New RealPlayer, Ooyala-Roku

Today on the Net: the new Apple TV is reviewed, Real releases a brand new RealPlayer with the ability to watch videos across multiple devices and Ooyala now lets publishers make custom channels for content on Roku set-top boxes.

Ooyala Raises $22M, Eyes Asian Markets

Ooyala has raised more than $22 million in a new round of financing, which brings the total amount of money raised to $42 million. Existing investors were joined by new venture money from China and Japan, and Ooyala is now preparing to further its Asia expansion.

Ooyala Names Jay Fulcher CEO

Video platform startup Ooyala tonight named Jay Fulcher its new president and CEO and member of its board of directors. The move…