Video - Internet Television - Articles Archive
from July 3, 2007 to April 24, 2007

Internet video production done well draws on an entirely different set of skills and strategies to the traditional mass media process. Carving out a presence for your video channel or vlog takes a good understanding of web 2.0 tactics. has risen to great success using ... read more

Michael Pick - July 3, 2007

Online social networking services have been around for some time now, with MySpace, Bebo and Facebook leading the pack. One of these contenders, however, has just stepped the whole game up a level, effectively becoming a disruptive technology. Not so very long ago Facebook was one popular ... read more

Michael Pick - June 26, 2007
Less than a month ago a selected number of new European web 2.0 startups where chosen in Bilbao, Spain to showcase and compete among themselves to win a special award. These web 2.0 companies were representing some of the coolest ideas and most innovative web-based projects ... read more

Michael Pick - June 20, 2007

Web video editing is nothing new and there are already a host of services that will allow you to remix your videos right from your browser. But now the most popular video sharing website in the world is joining the fray. How does it fare? Services such ... read more

Michael Pick - June 19, 2007

Live video broadcasting is taking the web by storm, with services like UStream, Mogulus and Operator11 leading the way. But sometimes the production effects on offer can be limited. Luckily there is a solution. If you want to add picture-in-picture, watermarking, desktop sharing, RSS feeds, slideshows, videos ... read more

Michael Pick - June 18, 2007

A live, grassroots video streaming channel broadcasting media and technology news from all corners of the planet. One city / commentator at the break of very hour. This is my vision for the Robin Good TV channel I want to officially launch in the coming days ... read more

Robin Good - June 14, 2007

If you want to remix and mashup your own media with licensed content from top branded sources, and monetize the resulting rich-media presentations, you need look no further. Personal media remixing and publishing tools are hot stuff at the moment, with tools like the recently reviewed ... read more

Michael Pick - June 12, 2007

Internet TV is transforming from a medium of grainy, amateur video and into one more closely mirroring the full-screen television experience, at least from the technical and usability aspects: easy to turn on, pre-set channels playing at all times, full screen experience. One contender, stepping up ... read more

Michael Pick - June 11, 2007

Live video streaming technology and the services providing the means to create, broadcast and maintain your own online television station online are making giant steps as Flash technology, infinite bandwidth and broadband adoption pave the highway to this new revolution in the making. Less than two ... read more

Robin Good - June 10, 2007

Digital content is easier than ever to not only store and share online, but also edit and mashup into new and great looking remixes. Now it is possible to do all of this and more from a single browser-based application. The latest breed of web applications have ... read more

Michael Pick - June 4, 2007

If you're looking for a high quality Internet TV service with full-screen playback, a host of premium content, and social networking tools built right into the interface, Joost is just what you've been waiting for. Brought to you by the people behind the hugely successful Skype and ... read more

Michael Pick - May 29, 2007

Looking for an easy way to download your favorite videos from YouTube, Google Video or any other popular video sharing site? Keep on reading, then, because you might find some good hints here. Video sharing sites are increasingly a resourceful destination for entertainment, documentary, indie clips, music ... read more

Livia Iacolare - May 27, 2007

Online marketing tools are a dime a dozen, but the most effective among them build links not out of persuasion, but rather the passion of your potential customers. Social media marketing is changing the rules of the game - here's how you can get involved. The first ... read more

Michael Pick - May 25, 2007

User-generated content, web video and social networking services dominate the evolving Web 2.0 landscape. Now you can combine all three right from your website using a single easy-to-use service. The biggest success stories of recent times have managed to combine these three increasingly essential components. Think of ... read more

Michael Pick - May 22, 2007

You can now broadcast your own live TV online with a number of tools and services. But a new contender takes things to the next level, giving you a feature-packed TV studio that works right out of your web browser. If you're looking for simple 'plug your ... read more

Michael Pick - May 21, 2007

Bringing the latest video news releases to your readers can really liven up any article or blog post. Wouldn't it be great if you could seek out the latest news clips from a range of categories, and then get paid for syndicating them on your website? ... read more

Michael Pick - May 14, 2007

YouTube is nothing less than an online video phenomenon and if you aren't already using it as a tool to promote yourself or your online content, you should really give it some thought. Here's why: Having already served up over 1.73 billion video views and 45 terabytes ... read more

Michael Pick - May 3, 2007

RSS Syndication has long been a feature of blogs and websites, allowing publishers to share their work with a broad audience, and aggregate, arrange and publish that of others. Until now, though, syndicating and broadcasting online video and rich media hasn't been the simplest of prospects. ... read more

Michael Pick - May 1, 2007

Online video is moving forward from the age of YouTube and towards a richer, more immersive Internet TV experience. If you want to create your very own streaming TV channels in full-screen, rivaling the look and feel of major players like Joost (suspended), there is now ... read more

Michael Pick - April 30, 2007

Online video continues to enjoy enormous success and is increasingly becoming a standard feature of websites and blogs. As we move towards the era of Internet TV, it gets easier and easier for everyday people to broadcast their own video shows to the world. A new ... read more

Michael Pick - April 24, 2007

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