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Agnes Varda on Examining Her Work for New Doc, Why Awards Make Her Uncomfortable | Hollywood Reporter
It's interesting to fulfill life every day, it's related to friendship, food, going to buy bread and speaking to people in the bakery, and creating.
life  cinema  movies  feminism  creativity  video  documentary  art  arts  france 
11 weeks ago by allaboutgeorge
Outgrowing Advertising: Multimodal Business Models as a Product Strategy – Andreessen Horowitz
What if, at the point of purchase, you had the option to only buy what you wanted, for the time frame you specified? This type of consumer power is the reality for netizens in China today—because Chinese internet companies have adopted business models that are drastically different than what we see here in the States, especially on mobile.
advertising  china  mobile  business  capitalism  marketing  music  books  video  education 
december 2018 by allaboutgeorge
Netflix Star Samin Nosrat’s ‘Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat’ Is a Marxist Fantasy - Eater
“They say the potter always drinks out of a broken pot,” Nosrat’s mother tells her in the last episode, “Heat,” as they share some rice that misses the serving plate. In what kind of world is the food fallen on the counter the best bite? One that will belong to the workers, someday.
food  politics  identity  cooking  creativity  labor  work  socialism  video  television 
october 2018 by allaboutgeorge
To Reduce Anxiety, Bliss Out to Ambient Music - The Morning News
Suffering from anxiety attacks, a writer finds relief in ambient music.
video  from twitter_favs
may 2016 by allaboutgeorge
: Water racing through train car in surging creek
ACE  VIDEO  from twitter_favs
march 2016 by allaboutgeorge
SoundCloud - Hear the world’s sounds
Creatives in or looking for ? Try 's instrumentals for your next film project
tempmusic  video  animation  from twitter
july 2014 by allaboutgeorge
Why You Love "The Wire," Explained In Fascinating Detail | Co.Create: Creativity Culture Commerce
"That’s a very interesting question, because one of the main reasons I wanted to explore the video essay format was that I felt it could help bridge the gap between academic and journalistic film criticism," says Lavik. "Film scholarship has become so highly specialized, and often esoteric, that much of it does not even attempt to speak to anyone outside of the research community. Journalistic film criticism, on the other hand, often lacks ambition, I think, and functions merely as a form of consumer guidance. Writers rarely give their readers anything to reach for. Everything is pre-digested for you. The video essay I made is obviously meant for people who have already seen The Wire, but I hope most of those who are familiar with the show will be able to follow my arguments and observations. I certainly don’t think anyone will find it totally incomprehensible. But so what if there’s something you don’t understand? You’re watching it online, so Google it! Coming across something you don’t comprehend is not a cause for offense, but an opportunity to learn.
video  film  criticism  television  baltimore  fiction  journalism  writing  media  story 
april 2012 by allaboutgeorge
PBS plays Google’s word game, transcribing thousands of hours of video into crawler-friendly text » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism
PBS’ radio cousin, NPR, still relies on humans for transcription, paying a third-party service to capture 51 hours of audio a week. In-house editors do a final sweep to ensure accuracy of proper names and unusual words. It’s expensive, though NPR does not disclose how much, and time-consuming, with a turnaround time of four to six hours.

“We continue to keep an eye on automated solutions, which have gradually improved over time, but are not of sufficiently high quality yet to be suitable for licensing and other public distribution,” said Kinsey Wilson, NPR’s head of digital media.
radio  npr  google  search  context  video  language 
may 2011 by allaboutgeorge
A Colorful Weekend
Whereas apps like Instagram, Picplz, and Path are great for sharing one-off photos, that’s not what Color is doing. Their specialty is the ability to rapidly document an event with multiple pictures (and short videos) from multiple perspectives. The result is actually quite fascinating when it all comes together. You get a sorta living, breathing photo album for an event.

Some of the photos are good, but many of them are mediocre to bad. But it doesn’t matter. It’s about the album as a whole, not a single picture.
location  social  photography  video  journalism  attention  technology  business  travel  documentary 
april 2011 by allaboutgeorge
Sue de Beer’s Latest Video, at Park Avenue Armory -
“As an artist, you shed all these objects which were the ‘you’ back in the moment when you made them,” she said. “And then you go back and hardly recognize them and feel like the person who made them wasn’t you but someone else, like a sister or something. And you wonder ‘What was she like?’ ”
memory  art  creativity  attention  identity  beauty  nyc  nytimes  video 
january 2011 by allaboutgeorge
Singer tackles gay bashing, suicide in new video
"I think many musicians separate themselves from what they're actually going through in real life for fear of being judged for, you know, what their political views are (and) what they feel personally about things that are going on in the real world," she said. "Music for me is personal and that's the only way I know how to approach it."
music  gay  songwriting  suicide  video  art  creativity  identity  violence 
january 2011 by allaboutgeorge
Confessions of an Aca/Fan: Archives: DIY Video 2010: Activist Media (Part Three)
Videomakers who work from within social movements tend to see the rise of commercial videosharing sites (and social network sites) primarily as a major opportunity, but one that presents important challenges. Everyone is glad that DIY movement videos are now able to reach vast audiences that were previously inaccessible. At the same time, commercial portals present problems of 1. censorship, 2. surveillance, 3. exploitation, and 4. closed technology design.
video  activism  internet  blogging  online  business  censorship  social  technology 
november 2010 by allaboutgeorge
The Value of Your Time and How it Impacts the Internet Video vs Traditional TV battle « blog maverick
I’m going to let you in on a secret. The only 20 somethings that are going to consume media in 10 years the way they do today are the ones without a job, still living with their parents.

I’m going to let you in on another secret. The older you get, the faster time goes by. I’m sure there is some scientific explanation for this phenomena. I don’t know it. But I know it is true. Months and years go back faster and faster the older you get.

Which in turn leads to the next truism. The older you get, the more you value your time. You quickly learn that your most valuable possession/asset isn’t one you put on a balance sheet or in your home. It is time. Every minute, hour, day is one you will never get back and there is nothing you can do to earn another.

So what does this have to do with Internet, Internet video and traditional TV ?
news  internet  video  socialmedia  social  television  time  attention 
october 2010 by allaboutgeorge
eMediaVitals: Vogue's microblogging experiment by Ron Mwangaguhunga
Tumblr, which is rich with photo and video content because of its simple yet refined design interface, is -- theoretically, at least -- the perfect entry point for a Vogue blog. Luxury fashion magazines, particularly those with an iconic photo library like Vogue, are a natural fit for the microblog.
fashion  technology  blogging  magazines  beauty  video  photography 
october 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Chatroulette Piano Improv’s Merton on YouTube Takedowns, Ben Folds and What’s Under That Hoodie
NewTeeVee: Does Chatroulette have value beyond novelty as a communications device?

Merton: I think it does. It’s always going to be a strange communications device because you can’t choose with whom you’re going to communicate. But I think they should keep that format because I think that’s what makes it special. It’s inconvenient that there’s a bunch of naked dudes on there, but the fact that they can do that allows me to do what I do, in a certain sense, because there’s freedom all around. If that’s what has to stay in order for it to stay a free speech situation, that’s fine with me.
interview  internet  web  online  creativity  music  youtube  video  livemusic  improvisation  piano 
april 2010 by allaboutgeorge
The Collapse of Complex Business Models « Clay Shirky
When ecosystems change and inflexible institutions collapse, their members disperse, abandoning old beliefs, trying new things, making their living in different ways than they used to. It’s easy to see the ways in which collapse to simplicity wrecks the glories of old. But there is one compensating advantage for the people who escape the old system: when the ecosystem stops rewarding complexity, it is the people who figure out how to work simply in the present, rather than the people who mastered the complexities of the past, who get to say what happens in the future.
business  economics  history  journalism  creativity  innovation  media  tv  television  video  change  complexity  strategy 
april 2010 by allaboutgeorge
A Conversation With Hunch Cofounder Caterina Fake
[...] But from our perspective, the social graph is actually less informative and actually gives you less valuable information on you than what we’re calling the taste graph because you may – I may be in contact with my co-workers, who are kind of like male engineer types and, with my mom, I have a very close relationship with. But our tastes are very different, the things that we like, the sushi restaurants or (unintelligible) that we’d be interested in…


Ms. FAKE: Or the clothes that we would wear and so, what we’re – our assumption is that there’s people out there who share similar taste. They have a similar aesthetic to you or they have, say, you’re kind of looking for a blog or a news show, your political position or political stance would inform that choice as well. So, that’s really what…

Mr. ARRINGTON: And this actually works?

Ms. FAKE: And this actually works, yes.
interviews  news  search  video  interview  internet  aesthetics  identity  attention  data 
march 2010 by allaboutgeorge
The Newsonomics of emerging news video » Nieman Journalism Lab
Before we look at what TEM does for these companies, consider two big numbers here: 10.5 million hours and 10 percent.

The 10.5 million hours is the number of hours of video content contracted by TEM, under its management. The 10 percent: that’s all it has been able to get to, so far.

So, look at how early we in this news video business. Most of what will be out there in the digital world — on our phones, tablets, desktops and laptops — isn’t out there yet, but will be over the next several years. It may take mid-2011, robust 4G networks to power our daily video usage, but it’s clear where this movie is headed.

What TEM does for content producers is make their assets more easily usable in the digital world.
video  online  blogging  newspapers  news  journalism  economics 
march 2010 by allaboutgeorge
OK Go's Damian Kulash on leaving Capitol Records | Pop & Hiss | Los Angeles Times
“We only want to understand the logistics of the record business as long as it keeps us afloat creatively,” Kulash said. “Whenever I read music business magazines or blogs, I get nauseous. With the op-eds, we’re usually just chugging along as band, and when something gets in the way, I’ll say, ‘This counters common sense’ and write about it. But my great fear now is that if every musician is their own business, we’ll be self-selective towards very calculating musicians. I don’t think that being a clear thinker and being a great musician are mutually exclusive, but that’s not historically the trend."
music  business  video  marketing  corporations  entrepreneurs  identity  online 
march 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Poynter Online - Live Chat: Multimedia Tools That Help You Do Better Journalism
Budgets might be tight in 2010, but even the most cash-strapped storytellers can find tools to make their jobs easier.
journalism  media  newspapers  online  howto  diy  video 
february 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Film - Jason Reitman Uses Travel Experience for ‘Up in the Air’ -
“All the airports kind of feel and look the same now,” Mr. Reitman said, grabbing one of the small burgers in the middle of the table. “Some are more beautiful, some are less beautiful, but for the most part you’re going to find a Starbucks in every airport. You’re going to get your coffee and the USA Today or New York Times in every airport. All the things that you want are there, so you can land anywhere, and you feel at home. You’re given the sense that you’re everywhere, but you’re nowhere; that you are constantly with your community, yet you have no community. There’s kind of a terrific irony to that.”
travel  social  business  video  employment  jobs  movies  interviews  film  cinema 
november 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Potter: Daring hoax exposes limits of instant journalism -
"This really brings home the reality that in the 24-hour news cycle you've got to be suspicious of just about everything until you confirm it," said media expert Robert Thompson, director of the Bleier Centre for Television and Popular Culture at Syracuse University.

"It is almost to the point that if you don't recognize the figure on stage you must assume they are not legitimate. But what do you do, use your handheld technology to look online for a picture of the man? Maybe that is the next step in combating nefarious acts."
mobile  news  attention  reputation  editing  video  photography  journalism  media  television  public 
october 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Poynter Online - E-Media Tidbits - Ken Sands - Vegas Newspaper Pulls Plug on After Four Months
Eventually, people will watch Web videos on their home television sets and mobile devices. In theory, newspaper companies should invest now to develop video skills and earn a reputation for quality video journalism. But the equipment, training and staffing are expensive. And while video pre-roll advertising typically commands a high rate, it's difficult to produce enough video to break even. So when the economy tanks and newspaper revenues plummet, video is seen as expendable.

Some videographers at other newspapers complain privately about cutbacks that result in fewer videographers, more of an emphasis on short, breaking news videos at the expense of longer, narrative pieces, and being required to shoot still photos for the paper.
video  newspapers  media  television  creativity  lasvegas  nevada  business  web  online  photography 
october 2009 by allaboutgeorge
The Story Is Dead. Long Live the Story. « CRASHING INTO MEDIA
In his New York Tribune editorial of 1865, Horace Greeley famously advised: “Go West, young man, and grow up with your country.”

If Greeley were around today, I think this is what he would tell publishers, journalists and other story-tellers of all ages:

Go digital, and grow up with your fellow citizens.
digital  story  journalism  media  photography  video  publishing  newspapers 
september 2009 by allaboutgeorge
The Good Enough Revolution: When Cheap and Simple Is Just Fine
We get our breaking news from blogs, we make spotty long-distance calls on Skype, we watch video on small computer screens rather than TVs, and more and more of us are carrying around dinky, low-power netbook computers that are just good enough to meet our surfing and emailing needs. The low end has never been riding higher.
marketing  business  technology  economics  video  publishing  society  photography  computers  email  news  media  journalism 
august 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Advertising - Predicting a Shift in Communications Spending -
An interesting shift occurred in 2008, the report said. For the first time, consumers spent more time with media they paid for, like books or cable television, than with primarily ad-supported media, like newspapers and magazines.

“It’s not that people aren’t willing to pay for content, because they are paying for video games, fantasy sports information, music downloads,” Mr. Rutherfurd said. “There’s just some content they’re not willing to pay for.”
marketing  video  sports  music  media  journalism  newspapers  social  business  film  cable  television  radio  mobile  information  magazines  books 
august 2009 by allaboutgeorge
The Incidental Pleasures of
"[T]he best rejoinder to Public Enemies is Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal video, which I watched again after the singer-dancer’s inevitable, untimely death. It’s a tommy-gun gangster fantasia with a touch of Guys and Dolls, and it’s everything Public Enemies isn’t: madly inventive, genre-bending, a passionate tribute to the artist as outlaw/loner. The video reminds you why the gangster has become an existential hero in pop culture: It’s how he seizes the space. On some level Michael Mann knows that, but he’s paralyzed by his pretentions and specious morality. And he can’t dance."
video  pop  movies  cinema  film  acting  aesthetics  identity  dance  beauty 
june 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Pitchfork: Resonant Frequency #63
I knew this, of course-- that everything in the world is on YouTube now-- and yet somehow the extent of it never quite hit me. If you spend a lot of time seeing what was recorded and uploaded from a cell phone last week or last night, you forget to look for what was recorded last century. That's someone's memory up there.
youtube  time  memory  music  reading  identity  video  attention 
may 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Health Data Proves Contagious On Social Media -
Public interest in swine flu also spurred the CDC to start its first Facebook page May 1. By May 21, it had nearly 6,500 fans, adding to an increasing number of health-care organizations already on Facebook including the American Red Cross, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Mayo Clinic.

Yet not everyone is jumping on the bandwagon. Of more than 5,000 hospitals in the nation, only 128 have YouTube channels, 87 have Facebook pages, 140 have Twitter accounts and 23 have blogs.
health  social  socialnetworking  twitter  facebook  youtube  video  web  online  medicine  data  information  government 
may 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Today’s News, Tomorrow’s Fish Wrap - City Room Blog -
Well, real newspapers still have a very vital role at Stella Maris fishing station in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, which for more than 60 years has been selling frozen bunker for bait.
newspapers  newyork  nyc  brooklyn  fish  video 
may 2009 by allaboutgeorge Hires New CEO, And New Plans To Downplay Nudity - BusinessWeek
Nerve is an unusual Web content business in that it has four revenue streams. They are: personal ads, premium subscriptions, licensing (mostly books) and advertising. The personals, which Griscom says remains a growing business even after new ways to connect online with MySpace and Facebook arose, literally saved the business during the online ad drought earlier this decade.

The new Nerve will have no subscriber- and member-only areas—though the untitled new site for nerve’s photo archives will charge a subscription fee--which means it will tack somewhat against some current sentiment. Many newspapers, facing severe revenue droughts, are openly discussing a willingness to try new subscription models for online content.
business  sex  online  web  media  video  writing  essay  marketing  myspace  facebook  social  photography 
april 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Digitizing life's clutter - Los Angeles Times
The average U.S. consumer owns 792 digital songs, 672 digital photos and 666 digital videos, according to a 2008 study by the Consumer Electronics Assn. In the next five years, this is expected to at least triple.
data  information  photography  music  video  marketing  usa 
march 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Twitter Not Loved In Europe -
If European CEOs think it is a waste of time to Tweet, it is arrogant and a wrong step in their company's strategy," he says. "Twitter is an efficient way to get closer to your clients."

Le Meur moved from France to San Francisco, where Twitter is based, to start Seesmic, which has been called the video version of Twitter. "I Tweet all day," Le Meur says. "The other day I was complaining [on Twitter] about the fact that Sprint, my cellphone company, didn't have the new Blackberry. Ten minutes later, Sprint replied. Twitter is like a free focus group; they can monitor what clients are saying in real time."
social  business  marketing  communication  corporations  twitter  europe  socialnetworking  video  sanfrancisco 
january 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Ars Technica: Mapping the blogosphere with spinning brain of colored dots
[...] In examining the salience of the range of issues relevant to farm legislation, for instance, Kearns discovered that "school lunches" were a popular topic of searches, but not a terribly hot topic among bookmarkers. Articles about cap-and-trade markets for carbon emissions were frequently saved by wonks, but generated relatively little community discussion.

Someone seeking to generate interest in the Farm Bill, then, would need to focus on a different aspect of the legislation depending on the specific form by which the message was meant to spread. A good candidate for a keyword-targeted search ad might be a poor topic for a viral video. [...]
social  information  data  marketing  video  farming  environment  blogging 
december 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Search Engine | CBC Radio | Is Canada becoming a digital ghetto?
This growing list of backwards policies is already creating a sense of digital isolation: Canadians can’t stream the videos Americans stream, download the files Americans download, remix the media Americans remix, or tweet the way Americans tweet.

With the election of Barack Obama, digital culture in the U.S. hit a tipping point, where a robust online public sphere proved itself capable of changing the world. Meanwhile, here in Canada we’re approaching our own tipping point, where a series of ignorances and capitulations threaten to turn our country into a digital ghetto.
canada  communication  twitter  politics  technology  video  filesharing  media 
november 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Home | Sprout Builder - Create living content.
"Sprout is the quick and easy way for anyone to build, publish, and manage widgets, mini-sites, mashups, banners and more. Any size, any number of pages. Include video, audio, images and newsfeeds and choose from dozens of pre-built components and web services."
data  web  online  blogging  information  photography  video  mashup  audio 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
A fearful India turns to video for security - The National Newspaper
"[...] This spring, [New Delhi] also installed cameras at 59 stops along its subway line. So far, concerns about privacy have been muted, likely because so much of the city remains outside of CCTV’s watchful eye – a far cry from London’s roughly 1,800 cameras, monitoring virtually every inch of public space. But there have been concerns about how surveillance footage will be used. The surveillance industry does not fall under any government legislation. [...]"
india  asian  transit  privacy  security  video  government  transportation  public 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Video blogger Wolf now a real journalist
"The fact is that all journalism is based on solid writing. And there is no better place to practice the fundamentals of journalism than at a local daily newspaper."
journalism  media  newspapers  paloalto  santaclara  medianews  video  blogging 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
BuzzMachine » Blog Archive » A newspaper’s life-and-death struggle, played out in a new medium
"[...] Some of these folks are going to be, well, independent in the fall if they elect to take the buyout and it comes off as announced.

But what struck me listening to them is that they are not prepared for that independent life. I was looking at this from the perspective of being both a former newspaperman who did find a new life in the academe and elsewhere and from the perspective of now being a journalism educator. It is vital that we prepare journalists for this new and independent life or we will lose their journalism. [...]"
journalism  newspapers  media  jobs  work  career  education  video  technology 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Night Life Reprogrammed -
"A debate about what to call the Web video business quickly broke out. 'I look at the term "Internet TV" as the same thing as "vegetarian chicken," ' said Mr. Smooth, explaining that Web video is a new art form that should not be compared to the stale stuff flowing from television sets."
television  video  web  online  nyc  social  technology  nytimes 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Ars Technica: New guide lays out fair use best practices for online video
"The bargain is this: we as a society give limited property rights to creators, to reward them for producing culture; at the same time, we give other creators the chance to use that same copyrighted material without permission or payment, in some circumst
copyright  internet  media  online  video  creativecommons  creativity  law 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge Arts & Entertainment | Good night and good TV
"News is presenting the story in such a way that a housewife in a kitchen peeling potatoes for dinner will suddenly stop and listen -- and think my god 300 people were burned alive in the Bangkok fire! Thank goodness I wasn't one of them!"
media  television  video  news  journalism  story  canada 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Clinton comment at Sioux Falls editorial board unleashes a whirlwind (May 29, 2008)
"Digital tools give every newspaper, no matter the size, the ability to deliver news and information to audiences we previously only dreamed of reaching. And politicians know that."
newspapers  video  online  clinton  media  information  news  elections  campaigns  politics 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Manifesto « Virtual/Physical: Documentary New Media
"I set down a list of conditions integral to documentary work that allow for expression through various media and modes."
documentary  cinema  film  media  information  video 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Internet Archive: Details: Building a Digital Library Together, Brewster Kahle
"Kahle discusses the past, present, and future at and"
kdmc  ucberkeley  berkeley  internet  library  video 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | Sex videos fail to engage pandas
"We don't know if its useful for pandas or not. Some pandas are interested. Others are not interested. They prefer to eat or rest - and not pay attention to the video."
animals  fauna  sex  behavior  relationships  video  pron 
february 2008 by allaboutgeorge
WaPo: The Dumbing Of America
"A comparison of two video reports, on the other hand, is cumbersome. Forced to choose between conflicting stories on television, the viewer falls back on hunches, or on what he believed before he started watching."
video  creativity  news  newspapers  media  information  criticism  attention  reputation 
february 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Noontime Web Video Revitalizes Lunch at the Desk - New York Times
“Continuity and consistency is incredibly important. If you want to attract a loyal audience, you have to give them what they expect when they expect it."
video  internet  web  television  blogging  creativity  media  work  jobs 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
WFMU's Beware of the Blog: The Video Director Who Invented the 80s
A little fodder for the Eighties fan in me (via Andrew Sullivan)
art  film  media  music  video  toread 
november 2007 by allaboutgeorge
The Impact of Emerging Technologies: Ev Williams on Twitter and ambient intimacy
"It feels intimate because you learn things about people that you wouldn't know unless you were very close to them, and it's not that it's private stuff or that it matters but that it feels weird. It's like, 'Why would I know this about this person that I
marketing  interview  business  video  presence  public  identity  attention 
november 2007 by allaboutgeorge
YouTube - Embarcadero Blues by Goh Nakamura
Watercolor parchment dys-fantasia on overworked underloved urbanites. (Good as he is on wax, he's so much better live too.)
music  video  songwriting  sanfrancisco  urban  cities  work  love 
november 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Le Romantique - New York Times
"I dreamed all this. The streets, the house, the junkyard. I dreamed it, and now it's here.” “Maybe you're still asleep." "Possibly. That's always a possibility."
film  cinema  creativity  france  nyc  aesthetics  video  music 
november 2007 by allaboutgeorge
New Pornos Announce More Dates, YouTube Contest
I call dibs on "Sing Me Spanish Techno" or "Bones of an Idol."
music  games  video  canada 
september 2007 by allaboutgeorge
YouTube - Lev and Thumpbot play Crazy
OK, probably the only version of the song I feel like hearing now (and I'm long past sick of hearing my own). Thanks, Alaina!
music  robots  video 
september 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Letter to the Editor | New York Times Video
"Charles Ferguson, a filmmaker, presents a rebuttal to claims made by L. Paul Bremer III that top American officials approved the decision to disband the Iraqi army." I saw "No End in Sight" last night.
politics  video  nytimes  iraq  war  government  military  film  cinema  documentary 
september 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Lumiere Videos
I'd like to make a few of these.
art  blog  blogs  vlog  video  history  cinema 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Advertising Age - Web Surfers Spending More Time With Content
"A site that offers online video, for example, might command more time from a web surfer, even though that person might not go as deep into a particular web property."
newspapers  media  journalism  online  video  vlog 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
About ScoopyTube | ScoopyTube
"ScoopyTube is a repository of the multimedia work done by the Sacramento Bee staff."
newspapers  video  sacramento  california  online 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NewTeeVee Bill Cammack on Editing for Web Video «
"So how he does he treat working for broadcast and the web differently, if at all?"
editing  internet  interview  quotes  video  vlog  black  music 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
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