Fexy Studios is pleased to announce that its work was recognized in the 41st Annual Telly Awards as a standard bearer of video excellence! The submitted video is the pilot to a new series titled Worth the Detour and was awarded two Telly Awards: A Silver for Online Craft – Editing and a Bronze for Read more about Fexy Studios Wins Prestigious Telly Awards for 2 Years in a Row![…]
Fexy Studios was awarded a 2019 special achievement “JOIE DE VIVRE AWARD” for online and streaming video for its Roadfood Adventures series! The TASTE AWARDS celebrate the year’s best in Food, Fashion, Health, Travel, and Lifestyle programs on Television, in Film, Streaming and Online, on Radio, in Podcasts, and Photography.
Fexy Studios is pleased to announce that its work was recognized in the 40th Annual Telly Awards as a standard bearer of video excellence! The submitted video is one of the Roadfood Adventures series and was awarded three Telly Awards: A Silver for Online Craft – Production / Videography / Cinematography, a Bronze for Online Read more about Fexy Studios Wins Prestigious Telly Awards[…]
Branded content is undergoing its own pivot to video, putting the squeeze on traditional publishers that were already facing rising competition for those marketing dollars and battling low profit margins. Now, they find themselves battling it out with entertainment studios and production houses that are also piling into the market for original digital video. Brand and Read more about As Branded Content Pivots to Video, Publishers Face New Challenges[…]
As it moves more aggressively into the food sector, Amazon is partnering with several well-established websites devoted to food and recipes. Its Prime members will see website buttons on those sites that link to food and kitchen equipment on Amazon’s pages. The industry newsletter Food Drive reports that the arrangement is with top sites owned by Fexy Read more about You’ve Never Heard Of Fexy, Amazon Prime’s Newest Food Partner[…]
October 23, 2017 By Ilya Degtev Apple and Google have recently announced their respective plans for doing away with autoplay video, which may have revenue repercussions for media publishers that rely on the functionality. Many of you may be aware of the existing autoplay restrictions on mobile, but the measures are new for desktop browsers. Read more about Major Browsers Ending Autoplay: What You Need to Know[…]