### Only 0.12 percent of all Wikipedia articles contain videos

There are millions of articles on Wikipedia, but less than 6000 contain a video. That's despite long-running efforts to get more video onto Wikipedia.…

### Wikimedia is considering support for H.264 video codec to boost video on Wikipedia

Wikipedia has traditionally only accepted open media formats. But now it's considering a change in tune to finally get more video contributions.…

### Wikipedia is now drawing facts from the Wikidata repository, and so can you

The Wikimedia Foundation's first major new project in 7 years is now feeding the biggest project in that stable, Wikipedia itself. But anyone can take structured data from Wikidata, due to its open license.…

### With new HTML5 player, is video finally coming to Wikipedia?

Wikipedia is getting a new HTML5-based video player that will make it easier to add video clips to the millions of articles on the site. Of course, Wikipedia has been working on incorporating video since 2008. So why has it been taking so long?…

### Has Wikipedia broken faith with users by going dark?

Critics of Wikipedia's decision to shut the encyclopedia down as a protest against U.S. anti-piracy legislation say the site shouldn't be taking an advocacy position on such an issue, but if anything, that decision is a great illustration of how Wikipedia functions and why it's important.…

### Kaltura Launches HTML5Video.org, Publishes HTML5 Media Library

Open source video platform provider Kaltura launched a new site called HTML5Video.org today that is meant to be an industry resource for…

### New Site Explains How to Publish Video on Wikipedia

A new website aptly named Videoonwikipedia.org aims to get more users to contribute video clips to Wikipedia by demystifying some of the…

### Wikipedia Is Finally Gearing Up For Video

This week, it almost happened. The servers hosting all of Wikipedia’s media were ready to burst, filled up to the max with…