Video - Internet Television - Articles Archive
from September 26, 2007 to July 8, 2007

A newly launched web-based service allows you to easily improve the quality of your video clips by simply letting it analyze your clip and making automatic adjustments to it. The only thing you need to do is to upload your video clips and FixMyMovie does all ... read more

Robin Good - September 26, 2007

A free web-based personal video recorder (PVR) allows the scheduled recording of Italian mainstream on-air network channels which can then be easily downloaded to your iPod or iPhone. The unique service which is purely in experimental "beta" mode and has no commercial ambitions, provides a truly ... read more

Robin Good - September 24, 2007

Video interview recording is the ability to record good quality video out of one-to-one at-a-distance video conferencing calls for the purpose of conducting and publishing interviews done with people that cannot be physically present at your location. But for however simple it may sound, video recording both ... read more

Robin Good - September 17, 2007

If you are looking for online resources where you can find free stock video footage for your online video productions, you have landed on the right page. Until now, producing quality opening titles and station breaks for your online video channel has required lots of extra ... read more

Michael Pick - - August 28, 2007

The online video advertising industry is expected to grow to to $2.9 billion by 2010 and to reach $4.3 billion in 2011 (US only) according to eMarketer. If you are an online publisher interested in getting an overview of the opportunities, services and tools available online ... read more

Robin Good - August 26, 2007

In the first part of 2007 I have taken my personal dive with live video streaming, and the Italian audience who has followed my non-stop reports from several of the largest barcamps held recently here in Italy, has seen with how much passion and interest I ... read more

Fabio Di Niro - August 21, 2007

In this fourth part of this Video Publishing, Production and Technology Guide, the spotlight is on video search engines and services, on video collaboration tools allowing teams to work around video design, storyboarding or editing while at different locations, and on the increasingly in-demand video ... read more

Robin Good - August 19, 2007

In this third part of this Video Publishing, Production and Technology Guide, the spotlight is on technology infrastructure and the key differences between online television and IPTV, the thorny net neutrality issue, and on how P2P and RSS will likely be key components of the future ... read more

Robin Good - August 12, 2007

Need a good microphone setup for your video blog interviews? Considering a wireless solution so that your interview may move more freely without any cables following you? Finding few wireless microphones that satisfy your needs? Discovering that prices being asked around for these microphones are ... read more

Robin Good - August 7, 2007

Online video potential as a monetization and marketing vehicle for small and large independent publishers is experiencing a new renaissance. Not only you can use video clips to do great marketing and self-promotion of your content and expertise (see for a really good example of ... read more

Robin Good - August 5, 2007

Just about a month ago I decided to test a new grassroots live video format by utilizing the zero-footprint and zero-cost technologies available to anyone wanting to start a live video news channel. The idea was one of leveraging the latest live video streaming technology to create ... read more

Robin Good - August 2, 2007

If you have not yet realized it, traditional television as you know it and have seen it grow next to you, is in an irreversible coma. It does not inspire, it does not report, it does not move... if not on those rare occasions when television ... read more

Robin Good - July 31, 2007

There are now a growing number of Internet video players and aggregators promising to bring the latest TV, movies and podcasts to your desktop. Most, however, rely on closed, proprietary technologies and place their viewers in a passive role. Not so with Miro, the newly re-branded ... read more

Michael Pick - July 23, 2007

Finding free music for videos or audio podcasts seems to be one of the hardest activities. Most of the audio content available online is protected by copyrights and the threat of bumping into illegal content is always in the air. Is it possible to have access ... read more

Michael Pick - July 22, 2007
New online television channel formats are one of the fastest and most creative areas in which new media are moving now. In fact studying and becoming an expert at this very know-how may prove to be one of the wisest investments in your communication skills future. ... read more

Michael Pick - July 21, 2007

There is now a movie download service devoted to showcasing the very best in independent world cinema, allowing you to rent, purchase and discuss cinema from around the globe with your online contacts. Using the latest peer-to-peer technologies to effortlessly distribute fantastic looking, high-definition video across ... read more

Michael Pick - July 18, 2007

Online video has undoubtedly become one of the most and valuable components of any online communication strategy. From finding video clips that support your arguments in your next presentation, to the use of video you produce to communicate more effectively with your customers, not using video ... read more

Robin Good - July 15, 2007

To upload your video clips to multiple video sharing sites has been the ultimate dream of many independent online publishers, as the exposure and visibility provided by posting unique, quality clips is among the most effective new ways to draw traffic up for most any a ... read more

Michael Pick - July 10, 2007

Online Video Advertising is rapidly evolving, with a number of services stepping up to the challenge. But until now the approach has largely been based on a cost-per-mille (CPM) payment model. However, a new contender looks set to buck the trend. LiveRail is a brand new ... read more

Michael Pick - July 9, 2007

Did you ever want to record videos and publish them online right away, but then you realized you didn’t have the right tools to do it? Have you ever felt like recording a video wishing you didn’t have to plug in your sophisticated camcorder? Then you ... read more

Livia Iacolare - July 8, 2007

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