5 Star Wars Status Updates (college humor)
5 Star Wars Status Updates on CollegeHumor Here’s one:
handstamp: Eric Stoltz talks about reasons to watch the hit web series, “Anyone But Me”.
Roku 'Store' Opens With 10 Channels →
Roku Inc. is booting up a new “Channel Store” with 10 free channels, but the firm, which already distributes programming from Netflix Inc. , Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN), and Major League Baseball, lacks fare from a major broadcast or cable programmer in the new offering. (See Roku ‘Channel Store’ Is Open.) The new store allows users to control which channels appear on their TV screens, but the...
Felicia Day on AOTS!
My favorite character from ‘Weeds’ on Showtime has his own web video series called “University of Andy”… Here, he gives us some tips on how to deal with Thanksgiving Festivities.
You have a central question that asks a yes or no answer — this is the entire...– Making a Web Series: The Story, The Outline, The Script Yuri Baranovsky is funny guy and I couldn’t resist quoting this passage. Despite making with the jokes, this is a very useful post that should be read by anyone making a web series. So useful that I’m going to link to it on blip.tv’s support...
YouTube Adds Automatic Captioning →
While the captioning is in its infancy, it’s already associated with National Geographic, providing an immediate educational resource. The speech recognition technology that can generate the captions will also improve video search capabilities, allowing educators to more quickly find relevant materials and discard the junk that also likes to inhabit YouTube.
Making more money on blip.tv
mikehudack: bliptv: The blip.tv sales team has been crushing it. So much so that for the first time in our history we’re set to serve an ad for every single available impression on almost every show that’s opted into advertising on blip. The only exception? Postrolls. We’re not going to be serving very many postrolls. So you’ve got to be opted into preroll and overlay in order to take...
Is Sezmi a Cable TV Killer? →
Sezmi aims to provide a more personalized, Net-savvy, inexpensive alternative to cable and satellite–complete with the real broadcast and cable channels you can’t get from Apple TV, Roku, or Vudu. It does so via a 1TB DVR/set-top box that provides access to three types of TV sources: broadcast stations, cable channels, and Internet content. (It snags the first two kinds over the air, via a...
this is well done.. kinda reminds me of Project Rant, which i love.
Top Entertainment Executives Under Age 35 - Next... →
handstamp: mikehudack: Wouldn’t normally self-link, but come on… “The paradigm of network TV was set up in the ’30s and ’40s,” says Hudack, who oversees a New York staff of 20. “We’re taking it from a linear economy of scarcity to an Internet economy of plenty.” I’ll stop being obnoxious now. Thanks, Hollywood Reporter!
Hulu’s free days are numbered.. They’re going to start charging in 2010.
The core of the issue is this: the TV buyers have 50+ years of econometric...– Are All Screens Created Equal? - ClickZ I’ve already talked about how online GRPs are not the answer. Not only are all screens not created equal, but there is a big difference between seeing an ad inserted into Lost on Hulu and an ad on a monkey video on YouTube. (via everythingismedia) Or the...