NET NEUTRALITY'S FRIENDS, FOES SPREAD WORD --AND THE PICTURE -- VIA 'VLOG'
- Webisodic mock vlogs: HoShows as commercial entertainment new media. Kleinhans, Chuck // Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media;Spring2008, Issue 50, p30
The article discusses the emergence of vlogs including mock series such as the HoShows. It talks on the production of an interrelated series of short episodic fake vlogs by Iron Sink Media commissioned for LiveVideo.com. These series include "NoHoGirls," "WeHoGirls," and the "VanNuysGuys." It...
- FCC posts net neutrality order during holiday. Grotticelli, Michael // Broadcast Engineering Exclusive Insight;1/ 3/2011, p13
The article reports that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)'s net neutrality regulations for broadband service providers, consisting of 194 pages, has been posted online. Key provisions include transparency of features, terms and practices to enable informed consumer choices,...
- Building a successful technical Webcast. Giannini, Diane // Communications News;Oct2002, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p10
Presents guidelines for building a Web-broadcasting platform. Usage of a simple interface; Inspection of system compatibility; Provision of technical support.
- What's the Web doing to audio? Cavanagh, Jeremy // TVB Europe;Feb2000, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p33
Focuses on the growth areas of audio in the field of Webcasting. Three areas of its usage; Significance of the Web for audio; Collaboration of Microsoft Networks with EMI; Variables needed for its technical success; Information on the digital subscriber line technology in Great Britain.
- You Tube and iTV. Doyle, Bob // EContent;Nov2006, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p22
The author discusses the developments in the web site You Tube and iTV. The wide acceptance of blogging as a means of self-expression was the first wave of personal content. The second wave, riding on the phenomenon of iPod and iTunes, is personal podcasting. The third wave, which will dwarf the...
- All aboard? The videocasting juggernaut continues. Amis, Rod // Public Relations Tactics;Jun2007, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p15
The article focuses on the new social media technology particularly videocasting, which public relations (PR) professionals have given much attention in the U.S. Also called video podcasting or vlogging, the business is paying close attention to YouTube Inc., CurrentTV and other. Carmi Levy of...
- The Next Big Thing in the world of convergence: The Broadcast Internet. Metcalfe, Bob // InfoWorld;06/05/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 23, p118
Highlights the issues discussed at the Vortex 2000 conference of the computer and technology industry in the United States and looks at the growing popularity of broadcast Internet in the market. Description of the convergence appliances; Features of the Optical Internet; Information on the...
- When you go live on the Web, take these tips from a real survivor. Wonnacott, Laura // InfoWorld;03/19/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p61
Provides information on the Webcasting of streaming media. Benefits of streaming media; Preproduction process of Webcasting; Factors to be considered in shooting an event for streaming; Postproduction work in the Web media process.
- Muddying media streams. Dodge, John // eWeek;09/11/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p56
Presents readers' feedback to John Dodge's column about the promise and pitfalls of Webcasting. Media streams; QuickTime client application; Major players in the market; Proprietary file formats; Annoying aspect of the Webcast experience.