Video - Internet Television - Articles Archive
from January 13, 2008 to October 2, 2007

In today's selection of cool tools and online services which you may have been missing out on, the focus is on image editing, visual communication, and also on video downloading and conversion. If you need to edit or fix some images without needing to download ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - January 13, 2008

Open internet television: a grassroots dream or a collaborative effort for a greater good toward which we can all work? This is the question that Jeremy Allaire and Adam Berry of Brightcove ask publicly in this open letter they have released for the Consumer Electronic Show ... read more

Jeremy Allaire and Adam Berrey - Brightcove - January 9, 2008

Last night I tried to catch some of the action going on at Seesmic, one of the most innovative and promising new web services out there. Labelled as a "Twitter with video", Seesmic hasn't yet defined a strong application personality for itself yet, but, and that ... read more

Robin Good - January 4, 2008

Online professional independent publishers rejoyce! 2008 promises to be a year of great innovation for everyone publishing online as opportunities to expand or start your own micro publishing company will only increase. New powerful publishing and content distribution tools will make their debut in 2008 while ... read more

Robin Good - December 31, 2007

Last week the Federal Communications Commission voted three-to-two a new measure that would further increase media consolidation in the US. The new rule pushed through thanks to FCC Chairman Kevin Martin eliminates a thirty-year old ban on companies seeking to own both a newspaper and television ... read more


If you are an online independent publisher wanting to get greater web distribution for your video content, while getting the best of what is available online, TubeMogul and Hey!Spread are probably the best two solutions available to you right now. Both allow you to do one-click ... read more

Robin Good - December 25, 2007

Online collaboration tools are sprouting like mushrooms and it has become difficult for even the most tech savvy bloggers to keep up with all the new tools and new releases. If you don't already know it, one site where I and my team keep you posted ... read more

Robin Good - December 24, 2007

Interested in learning about the newest web presentation, visual communication and online collaboration tools? Robin Good' Sharewood Picnic is back again, bringing you the best and most interesting tools you probably haven't heard about every single week. After a few months of rest, here it comes again ... read more

Robin Good - December 17, 2007

Cross-media publishing is the ability to publish content across multiple media like the Web, printed books, video, slide shows and more. A new web-based platform provides all you need to assemble fancy multimedia slide shows with audio and music while providing you with all the facilities ... read more

Michael Pick - November 26, 2007

Is YouTube a usable site? Is YouTube unprecedented success due to its audience passion or to some clever navigation and interface design solution? Are YouTube users having a great user experience when using the most popular video sharing site in the world or are they frustrated ... read more

Paula Alexandra Silva and Alan Dix - British Computer Society - November 25, 2007

Why should I make a video RSS feed? What makes open video so much better? Isn't enough to publish my video online and allow people to watch it from my blog or directly from Youtube? If you are curious to learn more about the key advantages that ... read more

Nicholas Reville - Miro - November 23, 2007

Aditall provides an online marketplace for creating and selling, or buying and customizing inexpensive video advertising for the web. Video advertising is one way of making your message stand out on the web, and has now even been included within the ad units offered by the popular ... read more

Michael Pick - November 12, 2007

Seesmic, the new video communication platform being setup right now in San Francisco by Loic LeMeur, (presently open only to a limited group of invited beta users) is the first one that hints at pushing the envelope of video publishing and microblogging by creating a social ... read more

Robin Good - November 11, 2007
Nowadays everyone wants to make a web TV. But outside of all the glamorous announcements and the new fancy video players used by these new web TV stations, very little innovation in content production has yet come to the surface. Here are my personal recommendations for ... read more

Robin Good - Master New Media - November 8, 2007

Online video marketing and promotion is positively one of the most effective routes independent publishers can take up nowadays if they want to significantly increase their Web traffic, visibility and exposure. But what are the key ingredients to make video marketing effective? What are the key variables ... read more

Tubemogul Team - Tubemogul - November 6, 2007

How do you manage copyrighted materials posted to social media outlets? The recently published UGCP principles document suggests to online social media sites to adopt whatever technology may provide a best fit solution to place a limit on the amount of infringing materials being posted to ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - October 26, 2007

Personalized search is gaining in popularity, as information overload reaches a critical mass. Lijit takes this to the next level, allowing your site visitors to search across the variety of social networking platforms for your content, compounding your position as a trusted source of information. It would ... read more

Michael Pick - October 22, 2007

Video upload services are already starting to multiply, and there are now plenty of ways to get your videos onto a number of hosting services without having to send the data to each one individually. A brand new service combines this feature with the ability to ... read more

Michael Pick - October 16, 2007

Most everyone interested in live video streaming has asked me at one point or another whether Mogulus is better than Ustream and what I would recommend using. For those of you unfamiliar with the above two web-based services, they are two of the most interesting live ... read more

Robin Good - October 8, 2007

Online video editing capabilities continue to improve, and it is now relatively simple to remix your clips online. Kaltura, however, attempts to turn web video editing into a social activity, and does a good job of it. Ever since the release of JumpCut and Eyespot last year ... read more

Michael Pick - October 2, 2007

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