Video - Internet Television - Articles Archive
from February 23, 2006 to November 24, 2005

The New York Times reports on a video clip of a comedy sketch from NBC's "Saturday Night Live" television show that fans began to circulate on the web to millions of downloaders. NBC initially made a legal copy of "Lazy Sunday" available for free via its ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - February 23, 2006

The first full-fledged mobile television channel devoted to broadcast live sports, news and entertainment has just been announced in Milan, Italy. Called "La3" (The Three), the new all-Italian television channel broadcasts by utilizing DVB-H technology which allows direct reception from a new generation of new mobile videophones ... read more

Robin Good - Kataweb - February 22, 2006

For the good and for the bad, television has been one of the most influential factors in the development of our present day culture and world view. While the reality and illusions television has created may not be perfectly marching the ideal world you may have ... read more

Robin Good - February 21, 2006

While there's quite a bit of excitement about Google's new video search and ecommerce service it's also taken considerable flak being generated by those claiming to be in the know about what video on the Web should be. Many of these suggestions call for slickness and ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - January 26, 2006

Sharewood Picnic is my weekly collection of new media resources and tools. In it you find the best new media tools and picks I run into every week during my daily research and explorations into the future of independent media publishing. This week as before I ... read more

Robin Good and Kevin C. Borgia - January 15, 2006

I bet you've never taken a ride in a cab like this! San Francisco cab driver and award-winning multimedia artist M.C Mars does a freestyle rap while taking home video blogger and digital video evangelist Eli Chapman in the streets of San Francisco. Check out ... read more

Eli Chapman - MyVideoKaraoke - January 11, 2006

The Sharewood Picnic is my weekly public service to deliver you the latest new media resources, software and websites that can help you become a more effective independent publisher without having to rely on expensive corporate tools. In this picnic collection there is something for everyone, ... read more


Today, 90% of people in the U.S. receive television signals into their homes via cable or satellite transmission*. These media distribution services and, to a large extent, the content they distribute, are owned by a small and shrinking number of very large companies. *source: Clark, Nicola. "Cable ... read more

Dan J. Melinger - Massive Media - January 5, 2006

It's the start of a new year in many parts of the world, but my discoveries, techno-gems, and new media picks never stop coming. Here is once again, the mini-crop of great services, tools and technologies I have run into in the past seven days and for ... read more

Robin Good - January 1, 2006

2005 is almost over, but looking ahead remains my passion. Here are a few more anticipations and predictions that should be added to my original Web Predictions for 2006 which I wrote over a week ago. Here are ten more disruptive and powerful changes that from my ... read more

Robin Good - December 31, 2005
Reuters has made available this week a streaming news video player which can be integrated on any web site or blog. The new Reuters news video player requires no maintenance, no uploading, no software configuration and it is completely free. [NULL] [/NULL] What the Reuters news video player ... read more

Robin Good - December 30, 2005

Sharewood Picnic is Robin Good's weekly gift to you. It consists of hand-picked goodies discovered in the last seven days, including new web sites, software tools and online resources that can further enable you to become a more effective online independent publisher. For Christmas 2005, I have ... read more

Robin Good and Kevin C. Borgia - December 25, 2005

Yes, 2006 will be the year of online video. This is what I wrote not more than a week ago here, while attempting to bring in to focus my first set of predictions on the upcoming web and new media future. Video will indeed be a disruptive ... read more

Robin Good - December 21, 2005

If you stop looking for a second at the hundreds of interesting new tools and events happening online, what are the key trends you see? Where among the new emerging online media, should you be looking next when trying to understand where to invest your future energies ... read more

Robin Good - December 12, 2005

Sharewood Picnic is my weekly selection of new media gems found along my explorations during the past seven days. Among them precious new online services that have just launched as well as key new tools I had not had space to catch and write about before. ... read more

Robin Good and Kevin C. Borgia - December 11, 2005

Sing your favorite songs on video and share them online! As anticipated a few days ago, I am launching today my online video music station for broadband users only. This new site is my first humble effort at putting into practice some of the grassroots publishing ... read more

Robin Good - December 9, 2005

Robert Scoble is one among over 60 (and growing) individuals who has responded to the TheWeblogProject invitation to explain, clarify, story-tell what a blog really is. Watch the clip If you have not heard or read about TheweblogProject, the aim of this non-commercial initiative is to shoot and ... read more

Robin Good - December 5, 2005

Sharewood Picnic is Robin Good's weekly basket of goods, tools and services found in the last week. Including several newly-released resources, these little gems can help you better understand and utilize the independent publishing revolution we are witnessing. Feel free to download, test and try-out any of ... read more

Robin Good - December 4, 2005
Live beyond the living room. No cables, no plugs. Just your favourite TV programs, movies, and even Internet streamed wirelessly to you anywhere you have a broadband connection. With Sony LocationFree hardware you can finally leave you home without leaving your world behind it. ... read more

Sony - November 28, 2005

Future Entertainment And New Talent May Soon Indeed Come From The Roots. I am about to launch a new free entertainment and video-driven music online service. The new site, which will launch in beta next week, is all about music videos, having fun, laughing and grassroots participation. ... read more

Robin Good - November 24, 2005

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