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  • Quick Video Is a Great Way to Share or Respond to Breaking News

    Video Marketing Blog - MiniMatters - Video Production Washington DC
    17 Jun 2014 | 7:00 am
    Nonprofits are in so many places where news happens–political news, noteworthy speeches, publications, and their own and other organization’s major conferences. By getting your organization set up to produce quick video–a short video produced very quickly–you can jump on these opportunities fast to raise your organization’s issues and profile. (Like a cheetah that can run 60 miles per hour!) Five reasons to use quick video to respond to breaking news Your stakeholders are looking to you. If you’re ready with a quick video, that will stand out and your…
  • Crowdfunding and Video Are a Match Made in Heaven

    Video Marketing Blog - MiniMatters - Video Production Washington DC
    8 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Crowdfunding means exactly what it sounds like: funding from a crowd. When you use crowdfunding, you solicit donations from a number of people for a particular project, and, depending on the model, they may only pay if you gain the funding you need. It lets projects that can attract as little as $10 from many people go ahead; it’s the kind of thing that makes the Internet a truly inspiring tool. Kickstarter is perhaps the most famous crowdfunding site, with Indiegogo a close second, but YouTube has recently announced “Fan Funding” which allows YouTube channels to seek…
  • Marketing Communications Intern

    Viddler Blog
    Payton Sherry
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:15 am
    Viddler is currently hiring a Marketing Communications Intern.   Apply Here About Viddler Join one of the most exciting internet technology companies in the region. Viddler offers custom interactive video solutions for businesses and organizations to deliver content to their users on multiple platforms, including traditional websites, mobile websites, and apps for tablets and smartphones. Applications include internal communications, interviewing, training, product introductions, contests, and other relevant approaches to deliver engaging content to targeted audiences. Our team and our media…
  • Mount and Bookmark NAS in Ubuntu 14.04

    Recent Posts - Blip
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:19 pm
    Steve Smith demonstrates how to mount a NAS drive in Ubuntu 14.04, and create a bookmark to automount the NAS drive in the future should the need for future access arise. Show Notes for this Episode Follow Steve Smith (Zed Axis) on Facebook : Twitter : Google+ : To interact with the show, subscribe to our weekly newsletter, and acquire unique custom gear and apparel, head over to Subscribe to the Weekly TQA Podcast on iTunes 720P Video…
  • 4th of July Giveaway: FREE “PEACE” Tee
    2 Jul 2014 | 6:15 pm
    4th of July Giveaway: FREE “PEACE” Tee To celebrate the 4th of July, Appleletics is giving away a FREE Scoop Neck “PEACE” Tee! Here’s how to enter: Click “like” for your chance to win a free tee from their Facebook Fan Page. That’s it! Easy Peazy! The winner’s name will be posted at 1pm PST Friday 7/4/14 on the appleletics fan page wall! #4thofjuly #giveaway #woot Good Luck! The post 4th of July Giveaway: FREE “PEACE” Tee appeared first on
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    Viddler Blog

  • Marketing Communications Intern

    Payton Sherry
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:15 am
    Viddler is currently hiring a Marketing Communications Intern.   Apply Here About Viddler Join one of the most exciting internet technology companies in the region. Viddler offers custom interactive video solutions for businesses and organizations to deliver content to their users on multiple platforms, including traditional websites, mobile websites, and apps for tablets and smartphones. Applications include internal communications, interviewing, training, product introductions, contests, and other relevant approaches to deliver engaging content to targeted audiences. Our team and our media…
  • Doing Radio on TV

    John Parsons
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:19 am
    Every disruptive media technology goes through a phase where its proponents really don’t understand its applications or potential — but use it anyway. Invariably, they do what they’ve always done with their familiar medium, and hope that somehow it will work in the new. They’re usually wrong. Early TV shows featured former radio dramas and comedies with actors in front of microphones. The fact that it was done in front of a camera added nothing. It took a while for people to realize that this was really a new medium, not just a new way of doing radio with cameras. The problem is not a…
  • How to determine the right video for your goals

    Payton Sherry
    11 Jul 2014 | 10:19 am
    Revolutionize Business with Video, Part 3 In Part 2 of our series, we established goals for video and identified meaningful video metrics. At this stage, it is important to identify which videos will work better toward achieving those goals.  Each headline below discusses one of the goals from Part 2. Below each goal, you can find video types and tactics to reach your goals. Goal: Gain brand awareness with target audience In this video, we recognize the success of’s campaign. This is the type of video that most people think of when creating content. It’s…
  • Gamification: Make Training Engaging with Video

    Payton Sherry
    1 Jul 2014 | 8:07 am
    Businesses – take a lesson from video game creators. Keeping employees engaged in work and training has always been a challenge. Employees are rarely rewarded for their time and energy spent on training programs. With only 30% of U.S. employees engaged at work, many argue the crisis is due to ineffective training practices. Fortunately, with the increasing popularity of video games, we can take advantage of gamification to motivate learners. Gamify video with these four easy steps: Kick it up a notch by making the experience like their favorite video game.   1) Create a leaderboard…
  • Establishing Goals for your Video Strategy

    Eric McClatchy
    18 Jun 2014 | 2:54 pm
    Revolutionize Business with Video, Part 2 You Know Video is Important. Now What? You’ve evaluated your options and decided that video is a critical part of your company.A few minutes of planning and preparation can save you hours of editing and ultimately make your video more successful. 1) Establish Goals For Each Video Here are some common video goals: Gain brand awareness with target audience Help explain a product or service Make your message memorable Train or teach a concept or skill Inspire your audience to take action Communicating quickly across your business Now try to pick one…
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    Recent Posts - Blip

  • Mount and Bookmark NAS in Ubuntu 14.04

    23 Jul 2014 | 11:19 pm
    Steve Smith demonstrates how to mount a NAS drive in Ubuntu 14.04, and create a bookmark to automount the NAS drive in the future should the need for future access arise. Show Notes for this Episode Follow Steve Smith (Zed Axis) on Facebook : Twitter : Google+ : To interact with the show, subscribe to our weekly newsletter, and acquire unique custom gear and apparel, head over to Subscribe to the Weekly TQA Podcast on iTunes 720P Video…
  • S2E1 Tony Bedard, Emanuela Lupacchino and Frank Cho

    23 Jul 2014 | 10:30 pm
    The Premiere of Season 2 is here! New season, new hosts and all in glorious full HD. Episode 1, Season 2 of "Creative Continuity", is a triple threat! First off we get two sides of a coin with writer Tony Bedard and artist Emanuela Lupacchino as they share their own separate creative processes to create red lantern Supergirl. Followed by Frank Cho and you'll never guess why he put Shanna the She-Devil in his 2013 run of Savage Wolverine. Introduction Voiced by: Michael James Kacey
  • The Immortals

    23 Jul 2014 | 9:11 pm
    Our second Tamora Pierce review looks at The Immortals. Daine is a young woman who can speak to animals... but with great power comes great responsibility! Don't forget to check out more reviews, vlogs and general awesomeness at
  • Day[9]'s HearthStone Decktacular #26 - Naxxramas Day 1 - P3

    23 Jul 2014 | 8:46 pm
  • Iconic Assembly - SuperGirl vol. 1

    23 Jul 2014 | 8:14 pm
    Ink’s analysis of the New52 continues with the Girl of Steel, the Last Daughter of Krypton, The One, The Only SuperGirl!
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  • 4th of July Giveaway: FREE “PEACE” Tee

    2 Jul 2014 | 6:15 pm
    4th of July Giveaway: FREE “PEACE” Tee To celebrate the 4th of July, Appleletics is giving away a FREE Scoop Neck “PEACE” Tee! Here’s how to enter: Click “like” for your chance to win a free tee from their Facebook Fan Page. That’s it! Easy Peazy! The winner’s name will be posted at 1pm PST Friday 7/4/14 on the appleletics fan page wall! #4thofjuly #giveaway #woot Good Luck! The post 4th of July Giveaway: FREE “PEACE” Tee appeared first on
  • Yoga Pants: Eco-Friendly & Affordable Options to Buying Activewear

    The Green Girls Staff
    10 Jun 2014 | 7:53 am
    Yoga Pants: Eco-Friendly & Affordable Options to Buying Activewear Americans are now working out more than ever. According to Yoga Journal’s 2012 survey, a whopping  20.4 million Americans practice yoga and 82 percent are women. Unless you’re into Naked Yoga, you’re going to need some coverage for your practice. Here are some Eco-friendly options to finding your next pair of yoga pants. Overstock Yoga Pants – What happens to those mass-produced clothing from stores like Old Navy, H&M & Kohl’s that never even make it to the cash…
  • Sweet Lavender Toner

    16 Feb 2014 | 7:19 am
    Featured Eco Product: Sweet Lavender Toner The item is our new Sweet Lavender Toner – 98.69% organic: ABOUT Made with 98.69% organic Ingredients Lightly scented with organic lavender oil Contains organic cucumber fruit extract, a natural skin emollient and softener with cooling and astringent properties Loaded with antioxidants derived from organic fruit & berry extracts Your skin will feel soft and clean without stripping the skin of natural oils or leaving a film INGREDIENTS: Organic Aloe Juice Organic Glycerin Organic Cucumber Fruit Organic Pomegranate Organic Grape Seed Organic…
  • Raspberry Ice Powdered Blush

    The Green Girls Staff
    26 Sep 2013 | 6:45 am
    Featured Eco Product: Raspberry Ice Powdered Blush The Raspberry Ice powdered blush – Colored with botanicals, clays and fruits! This blush is mica free, titanium dioxide free and iron oxide free. Proudly made in the USA!  HOW TO USE: To open the sifter for the first time, simply push in the tab with your thumb, and then turn the plastic insert to expose the sifter holes. When not in use, turn the insert to cover the holes to help prevent leakage (keep container upright to prevent leakage). ABOUT Raspberry Ice is a mauve-pink shade, suitable for fair-light complexions. The petals from…
  • Bachelorette Parties – The Green Way

    21 Sep 2013 | 7:55 am
    Thinking about arranging a “bachelorette party” that leaves your gang feeling proud and capable instead of grumbling about hangovers and embarrassing memories? Check out these all-American Eco-friendly excursions where your crew can enjoy some good clean fun while making the world a little bit better place! Picture By: reverbca Saving Instead of Paving Paradise The spectacular trails on Maui wind through outstanding tropical scenery, but they require a lot of upkeep to remain serviceable in the tropical climate with all the rain, roots and rot. The Sierra Club of Maui organizes…
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    YouTube Blog

  • More ways to discover great music through YouTube and SiriusXM

    John G. Doe
    11 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    You connect with your favorite and new musicians on YouTube in so many ways. You sing along with the crowd, get them into the Billboard Hot 100 and even watch them hear their songs on the radio for the first time. Now there’s a new one: the YouTube 15 on SiriusXM.Beginning today at 6 p.m. ET, you can listen to an hour-long weekly show on SiriusXM’s Hits 1 channel featuring songs from emerging and established artists based on what’s trending on YouTube. The SiriusXM Hits 1 team will select songs to play from established artists based on the biggest YouTube view counts over recent weeks,…
  • Get happy tonight with Pharrell and Spike Lee, live from the Apollo Theater

    John G. Doe
    3 Jun 2014 | 3:00 pm
    You subscribe to PharrellVEVO and iAMOTHER on YouTube. You’ve watched Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” a bazillion times. You don’t think you could get any closer to him as a fan.Challenge accepted.Tonight Pharrell Williams is performing live from the Apollo Theater as part of the American Express Unstaged series, in partnership with VEVO and YouTube. You can watch the performance--directed by Spike Lee--live at 6 p.m. PT on the American Express YouTube channel.  What on Earth will you do with yourself in the three hours between now and then? We’ve got you covered. Check out the…
  • #ProudToPlay: Celebrating equality for all athletes

    John G. Doe
    3 Jun 2014 | 12:01 am
    From the Sochi Olympics to the recent NFL draft, this year has seen a growing, global conversation about the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in the world of sports. Many LGBT athletes are sharing their stories on YouTube, and the support they’re getting from teammates and fans has helped others find the courage to do the same.Sports bring together people from all backgrounds and experiences through a shared passion, and YouTube shares that spirit of connecting diverse communities to make a difference. In celebration of the upcoming World Cup in Brazil and LGBT Pride…
  • Find out if your Internet service provider plays YouTube in HD

    John G. Doe
    29 May 2014 | 9:00 am
    Nothing ruins the experience of watching a YouTube video like Magic of Rahat more than seeing the dreaded buffering wheel, which is why we're always working to make videos play smoothly in the best quality possible. And when you can't see what you want, when you want, it’s important you know why.Starting today, if you’re in the U.S., you can use the Google Video Quality Report to see the level of video quality your Internet service provider can play YouTube. If you’re regularly seeing videos buffer, this report can give you a better idea of why, as well as tips to make YouTube play…
  • Celebrating nine years of YouTube through music

    John G. Doe
    29 May 2014 | 12:01 am
    Trololo! YouTube turned 9 this May. And what multitudes are contained in that vast near-decade of video?To call out just a few highlights in YouTube history, there are more than 120,000 videos inspired by “Let it Go” (based on videos posted with that title), half a million by “Gangnam Style,” and a stunning 1.5 million videos by “Harlem Shake” (that’s a lot of motorcycle helmets). These inspired riffs got us thinking about those magical moments when songs become bona fide trends—and people all over the world start remixing, covering, parodying, dancing, and lip-dubbing.So to…
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    Reuters Video: Technology

  • Facebook earnings put smile on investors faces

    23 Jul 2014 | 4:23 pm
    Facebook earnings beat forecasts- with revenue climbing 61 percent. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • Facebook is "firing on all cylinders" -Kessler

    23 Jul 2014 | 2:20 pm
    Facebook posted after hours earnings showing 61% year-over-year revenue growth for the quarter. S&P Capital IQ's Scott Kessler offers analysis on what's driving the company's consistent success.
  • Who says fish can't drive?

    22 Jul 2014 | 11:24 pm
    Dutch designers have built a prototype 'car' for fish. Equipped with a webcam, micro-computer and motorized wheels, the mobile fish tank utilizes computer vision technology to track its fish driver's movements to get around. Jim Drury reports.
  • China sales drive strong Apple results

    22 Jul 2014 | 4:30 pm
    A jump in both iPhone and Macs computer sales in China helped Apple beat forecasts in its third quarter, despite weaker than expected revenue and guidance. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • Ancient mummies digitally unwrapped to reveal new secrets

    22 Jul 2014 | 7:59 am
    State-of-the-art CT scanning is giving researchers at the British Museum the opportunity to digitally unwrap ancient Egyptian mummies. The non-invasive technique preserves the delicate remains, but has given new insights into mummification and revealed the faces of ancient Egyptians for the first time in thousands of years. Tara Cleary reports.
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  • Surf Rage

    23 Jul 2014 | 1:40 am
    This video is dedicated to those people who thinks all surfers are chill dudes.
  • Weirdest Russian Fight

    23 Jul 2014 | 1:35 am
    This is what would happen if Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg had a baby, and it was Russian.
  • Combat Archery

    23 Jul 2014 | 1:30 am
    Bet this makes the rainbow umbrella you played with in gym look pretty lame.
  • Crazy Guy Plays Guitar

    22 Jul 2014 | 5:45 pm
    Now my Spanish isn't what it used to be, but I believe he's saying "this is why you don't take the train."
  • Extreme Road Rage

    22 Jul 2014 | 5:40 pm
    This dash cam has already paid for itself a hundred times over in lawsuits.
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  • Making It Personal 2.0

    23 Jul 2014 | 6:29 pm
    Making It Personal 2.0 Miyon Im, Head of Product, Lyst Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 08:00:00 -0700 Location: London, England, May Fair Theatre, Fairchild Fashion Media Program and discussion:
  • Connection Couture: Hire, Market and Sell Using LinkedIn

    23 Jul 2014 | 6:27 pm
    Connection Couture: Hire, Market and Sell Using LinkedIn Daniel Sanchez-Grant, Senior Account Director, LinkedIn Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 07:30:00 -0700 Location: London, England, May Fair Theatre, Fairchild Fashion Media Program and discussion:
  • Bad Maths: The Curse of E-Commerce

    23 Jul 2014 | 6:27 pm
    Bad Maths: The Curse of E-Commerce Martin Bartle, Director, Global Communications & E-Commerce, Agent Provocateur Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 07:00:00 -0700 Location: London, England, May Fair Theatre, Fairchild Fashion Media Program and discussion:
  • Top 10 Strategies to Support The Millennial Consumer

    23 Jul 2014 | 6:26 pm
    Top 10 Strategies to Support The Millennial Consumer Anthony Citrano, Vice President, Communications, Verizon Digital Media Services Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 04:30:00 -0700 Location: London, England, May Fair Theatre, Fairchild Fashion Media Program and discussion:
  • To Dream is Cohesion, Attitude and New Ways

    23 Jul 2014 | 6:26 pm
    To Dream is Cohesion, Attitude and New Ways Ben Jones, Chief Technology Officer, AKQA Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 04:00:00 -0700 Location: London, May Fair Theatre, Program and discussion:
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    TechSmith Blogs

  • Snagit for Google Chrome Keeps on GIF’ing

    Jessie LaHaie
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:08 am
    This post was written by guest author, Neil Boyd. With the release of the newest version of Snagit for Chrome, TechSmith included a wonderful GIFt. We were GIFen no clues and it’s still a little bit of a secret but the wonderful Kelly Rush, Product Owner of TechSmith Snagit for Google Chrome, has asked me to GIF some ideas on the feature. Fear not, it will not take long. I’ll be done in a GIF’y. The term TechSmith uses for creating the animated GIF is “cooking” and so with that in mind, let’s leaf through the Snagit for Chrome Cookbook and glimpse the…
  • DevCorner: Under the Hood—How TechSmith Fuse Works

    Alex Novak
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:51 am
    Introduction TechSmith Fuse is a mobile app that can send photos and videos from your phone or tablet directly into Snagit, Camtasia, or TechSmith Relay. It’s a transfer mechanism that closes the gap from your mobile images and videos to your desktop for content editing. There’s no need to email yourself content when you want to get it off your mobile device and into your familiar TechSmith software for refinement. Fuse eliminates all those steps by providing your content a fast lane for travel, directly where it needs to go. Can’t see the video? Watch it on YouTube In this post,…
  • The Productivity Activity: A Mom’s Take On The 20% Project

    Wendy Edelman
    14 Jul 2014 | 6:34 am
    You may be familiar with the 20% project that some teachers are introducing into their classrooms to inspire creativity and student led learning. If you are not familiar, check out this explanation on 20% time in education. I have heard how many students took the 20% project to heart and have come up with amazing project ideas based on their own interests (running a marathon, creating a stop-motion animation movie, organizing a fundraiser, etc.) My 13 year-old son Dylan is home for the entire summer with no real plans other than a few chores around the house, and playing with friends. Not…
  • Design Corner: An Epic Journey—Creating New Product Icons

    Vicari Vollmar
    11 Jul 2014 | 6:13 am
    In February of this year, our design team embarked on a quest to refresh TechSmith’s brand. We wanted to bring consistency to both our visual identity and our voice; and to establish a strong connection between web, print, and product. Our goal was and remains to create a cohesive, enjoyable brand experience for our customers, existing and new. As a result of this greater overhaul, I was tasked with creating a bold, cohesive set of product icons. With a three-week timeframe, five products, design restraints, thousands of possibilities, and millions of users, this project made for an…
  • Snagit Update: Dropbox, OneNote sharing, Object Rotation and More

    Jason Eagleston
    10 Jul 2014 | 6:55 am
    Fresh off the heels of our major Snagit release in May, we are pleased to announce Snagit 12.1 (Windows) and 3.1 (Mac). Today’s new release combines a number of long-standing feature requests with some new sharing destinations that we know you’ll love. Dropbox and OneNote sharing On Snagit we’re always on the look out for popular share destinations to allow customers to quickly and easily make their content available. With Dropbox sharing you’ll be able to upload your capture directly and receive a private URL to be easily pasted into a email, document or conversation. Now that…
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    The Way We Watch

  • Gif Crazy

    Christopher Ming Ryan
    28 Jun 2014 | 7:31 am
    Do we love gifs because we know life repeats itself? We can all empathize with Sisyphus thinking he's going to get that rock up the hill.  We know he won't.  Endless repitition is what our days are like (sometimes).  The loop of the gif reminds us that it's all a cycle.Or do we love gifs because we like to be in the position of all-knowing.  If we can still be entertained, shocked, amazed, and charmed - even when we know what's going to happen - that's a strange magic that is addictive.Twitter allows gifs now.  Make one. Make one. Make one. Make one.  Looks like another gorgeous day.
  • Make 'Em Laugh

    Christopher Ming Ryan
    9 Jun 2014 | 12:42 pm
    Libba Bray: How To Narrate An Audio Book from Wheelhouse Communications on Vimeo.  Libba Bray, the New York Times bestselling author, moved to New York after college and wanted to be a playwright. After five unsuccessful plays she wrote her first novel, A Great and Terrible Beauty, in 2003.  She hasn't stopped writing books ever since.But if you ask me, she could have easily gone to Chicago after college and took up improv -- eventually moving to NYC -- and in my alternate-reality fantasy -- she would have been discovered by Lorne Michaels...A couple weeks ago, Libba asked me to produce and…
  • Loving Haiku Deck and Now It's Online

    Christopher Ming Ryan
    19 Jan 2014 | 3:21 pm
    I've written about Haiku Deck before.  The app originated on the iPad and now it's available to anyone on the internet.  It works the same way as before, but because you don't have to type on your iPad, it's a whole lot easier to compose your decks.  I made the above deck online in about 15 minutes from pictures from a video I produced and directed.  It's a converstation starter to other parents on why I give to my kids' school Annual Fund.  The advantages of Haiku Deck vs PPT. Themes (the font choice and how text is presented) are snazzy looking and make your presentations look…
  • Make A Gift

    Christopher Ming Ryan
    14 Jan 2014 | 7:24 am
     If you don't know Maria Popova's brilliant blog, Brain Pickings, get to know it.  Her blog is filled with what she finds interesting and most of what she finds interesting is the creative mind.She recently posted a short video by the New York Times best-selling YA author, John Green, on the advice he gives people when they ask him how to be a writer.  He says, "Every single day, I get emails from aspiring writers asking my advice about how to become a writer, and here is the only advice I can give: Don’t make stuff because you want to make money — it will never make you enough money.
  • iPhone Apps For Video Production

    Christopher Ming Ryan
    4 Jan 2014 | 11:38 am
    I'm an iPhone sucker.  They've got me.  I can't imagine anything making me switch to an Android unless the price of the contract really becomes a no brainer.  Even then, I wouldn't.  The apps that are available now help me day in and day out.  I wanted share some apps that have really helped my productivity in what I do for a living -- that is -- producing and directing video.Artemis Director's Viewfinder (see pic above)Instead of putting my fingers up in a rectangle (though I do look cool doing that) simulating the aspect ratio of a camera lens.  Artemis works like a real viewfinder…
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    Big Think

  • James Fallon on Learning From Your Inner Psycopath

    Big Think Editors
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:00 pm
    A commonly reported anxiety dream is standing in front of an audience naked. Neuroscientist James Fallon lived this nightmare. While giving a talk in Oslo to leading researchers and a former prime minister, Fallon showed a scan of his brain to provide an example of imaging genetics. Afterwards, he ...Read More
  • Arizona Tortured a Man To Death Today

    Steven Mazie
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:03 pm
    This afternoon, at 1:57 pm, inmate Joseph Wood was injected with lethal drugs by the state of Arizona, a cocktail it had never tried out before today. Mr. Wood faced the ultimate penalty for committing two cold-blooded murders in 1989. What happened next would chill the blood of even the staunchest ...Read More
  • Smart Contact Lenses Could Monitor Disease and Give Humans Night-Vision

    Orion D. Jones
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:10 pm
    What's the Latest? Google and contact lens maker Novartis have teamed up to create a contact lens that measure glucose levels in the eye with a device--about the size of a speck of glitter--that takes chemical readings. "A wireless antenna then transmits the measurements to an external device ...Read More
  • Three Big Problems With Facebook Activism

    Steven Mazie
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:52 pm
    BY REBECCA TEICH (guest blogger)  Many of us have fallen victim to it: changing our profile picture to those white equals signs atop a red background because someone said that it meant you support marriage equality, sharing the now-infamous #Kony2012 video that no one ever watched in full, or ...Read More
  • How the Brain Learns While You Sleep

    Orion D. Jones
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:39 pm
    What's the Latest? Sleep researchers are finding ways you can take advantage of your brain while you sleep. You won't master a foreign language overnight but you can consolidate the knowledge you learned during the day. This is because the brain gathers in the events of the day while you rest ...Read More
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    Video Editing Software Tips

  • The Friday Roundup – Shooting an Interview and Media Suite 12

    Lance Carr
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:30 am
    Video Interviews My guess is that most people that visit this site are much like me in the both the way they shoot and edit video and also the type of projects they are creating. By this I don’t mean they are churning out rubbish on a daily basis but that I think most people are shooting family or social events in some form or another and are not engaged in the actual production of “mini-movies” or anything like that. However there is one type of video that you can easily produce that perhaps… Full Post at The DIY Video Editor [...]
  • The Friday Roundup – A Steady Hand, Speed Effects and Multi Level Menus

    Lance Carr
    4 Jul 2014 | 2:40 am
    You Need a Steady Hand These days it would be pretty safe to assume that the vast majority of people are shooting their video in at least some kind of high definition format. With the introduction of high definition one of the major problems that we all inherited was that of maintaining a reasonable stable image so that anyone watching our projects didn’t immediately suffer from motion sickness nausea! Yes high definition is great because it captures incredible quality and detail but at the s… Full Post at The DIY Video Editor [...]
  • The Friday Roundup – Background Music, Histograms and Teleprompters

    Lance Carr
    20 Jun 2014 | 2:20 am
    Histowhats? With the addition of quite advanced color correction tools as part of the overall feature set of the average video editor these days your ability to manipulate and correct dodgy color results has never been better. On top of this most of us now have access to even more advanced features which allow us to not only color correct but to also color grade our projects. Now I don’t know about you but one of the problems I always have when dealing with color is that after about ten minut… Full Post at The DIY Video Editor [...]
  • Get One More Axis for Your Smartphone Projects with ikan’s 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer

    Lance Carr
    16 Jun 2014 | 10:07 pm
    Take a look at this: It’s quickly becoming known that the cameras on your phone are capable of handling the massive job of making films — in fact, Bentley recently used iPhone 5s’ to shoot their ad for one of their luxury sedans. Furthermore, there are many accessories and add-ons out there to assis…Get One More Axis for Your Smartphone Projects with ikan’s 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer More Resources on video editing software reviews Video Editing Software Review 2014 | Best Video Editor Software …
  • The Best Video Editing Software Compared

    Lance Carr
    14 Jun 2014 | 12:20 am
    These are my current choices for the best video editing software solutions at the consumer or home user level. You can find a complete review for each one by following the links next to each one below. The order in which they are presented is based on my own experience in both using and reviewing each one on a standard “run of the mill” Win 7 computer that I also use for other things. In other words, not a single purpose computer used for editing or testing software but more likely a computer… Full Post at The DIY Video Editor [...]
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    FierceOnlineVideo News

  • Arris plans to enter TiVo's turf with OTT-ready set tops

    Samantha Bookman
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:07 am
    Equipment vendor Arris appears to be moving in the same direction as TiVo, partnering with startup Wurl to create a "standards-based" platform for its Whole Home set-top boxes that includes access to a broad selection of online streaming services.
  • Mobile video apps gain among U.S. adults: 49% now use them

    Samantha Bookman
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Mobile video apps continue to come to the forefront, with a new report by The Diffusion Group (TDG) finding that 49 percent of U.S. adults who have broadband view video through a mobile app at least once a month.
  • UK scraps its 'three strikes' piracy plan, brings in softer guidelines

    Samantha Bookman
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:10 am
    In a signal that heavy-handed anti-piracy tactics--and placing the burden of enforcement on ISPs--isn't working well, the United Kingdom is revising its "three strikes" plan which would boot illegal file sharers off their ISP after three warnings.  Instead it will implement in 2015 a less rigid Voluntary Copyright Alert Programme (VCAP), which sends file sharers four warning letters … and does nothing else.
  • Netflix revenue climbs to $1.34B, company reaches 50M subscriber mark globally

    Samantha Bookman
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:54 pm
    Netflix's overall revenues surged around 25 percent year over year to $1.34 billion in the second quarter, and the company's profits more than doubled during that period, from $29 million to $71 million. 
  • YouTube's value to advertisers touted by Google execs

    Samantha Bookman
    18 Jul 2014 | 9:17 am
    Reports that YouTube's audience growth is stagnating didn't dissuade Google executives from touting its benefits to advertisers as a key player in growing their digital campaigns.
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    Viral Viral Videos

  • Deer Licks Camera Lens

    Viral Viral Videos
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:51 pm
    Deer are usually scared of people. When confronted by a person, they almost always run away. But this unique deer isn’t afraid at all! He’s confident and curious. After seeing A Bad Idol on his porch with a video camera, the deer walked right up to him and licked the camera lens!   
  • Room Full Of People Cracking Their Knuckles

    Viral Viral Videos
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:44 pm
    Most people hate the sound of knuckles cracking. It’s just creepy and weird. So just imagine what a room full of people cracking their knuckles would sound like. Can’t imagine it? At the 2010 PAX East convention, a speaker asked an auditorium jammed packed full of people to crack their knuckles on the count of three. Only now has this video gone viral. Yeesh.   
  • Hearse Caravan Carrying MH17 Victims Through The Netherlands Is Chilling

    Viral Viral Videos
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:40 pm
    Finally, the victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 have left Ukraine and have returned home to the Netherlands. In a tragic, one of a kind funeral procession, a caravan of hearses transported the deceased to the city of Hilversum, where forensic experts were waiting to identify the remains. NOS published this powerful video of the hearse caravan. Countless people on the highway and the overpasses clapped to show their respects.  Read more on USAToday. 
  • Psychic Card Trick

    Viral Viral Videos
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:01 am
    Can psychic magic be real? Illusionist Eric Leclerc somehow performs a mind blowing magic card trick through the screen that works on most viewers. Watch as he flips through a deck of cards and pick one to remember. Somehow, he knows the card that most viewers choose. Could it be magic, or maybe that’s just the last card that sticks out the most…   
  • Crazy Circle Illusion Will Blow Your Mind

    Viral Viral Videos
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:24 am
    The balls bouncing around in this red circle appears to be moving as one single unit. A circle of white balls rolling around the larger red circle. But really, the white balls are simply moving in straight lines. Can you see it? Watch as each ball is added one at a time. Illusionist Bruss Pup has done it again! Mind blown!   
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    FeedBlitz News

  • How LinkedIn Works for Your Brand

    Serhat Pala
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:47 am
    By Serhat Pala Most of us begin our days by checking for messages on Twitter, Facebook or Snapchat. Then we end our days posting updates and catching up with friends and family on Facebook and the other social media networks. Over 54 percent of Americans use social media on a daily basis. Some users check their accounts more than 10 times per day, according to data from Deloitte. But social media is not just Facebook. While Facebook still rules the roost, social media comes in all shapes and sizes: From photo and video sharing sites to social bookmarking to instant messaging to social…
  • FeedBlitz: Rewind the Week – App Edition

    Eleanor Pierce
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:50 am
    I had a realization while looking at photos taken on a recent cross-country road trip to Oregon. There were typical “standing happily next to road sign” photos, some “standing looking not-so-happy next to cars loaded down with luggage” photos, and, I’m ashamed to admit, more than one photo of me and my 19-year-old niece standing (or sitting) side by side, both staring at our iPhones. I guess you could say we’re both addicted. I’m not rude about it—at least, I don’t think I am. I don’t keep my phone on the dinner table. I don’t glaze over and scroll through my phone when…
  • The Real Truth About SEO Success

    Simon Ashton
    15 Jul 2014 | 12:32 pm
    Let’s be honest, on the ladder of trustworthiness, search engine consultants fall somewhere between lawyers and members of Congress. But nobody seeks us out at parties for our stories or makes Netflix shows set in the world of SEO. No, instead you have two choices when it comes to SEO. You’re either the nerdy Poindexter, sitting alone at his computer, muttering about meta descriptions and H1 tags, or worse, a snake oil salesman, promising the world that if you’ll just spend thousands of dollars on some magic formula that never quite seems to be finished, you’ll win the Internet.
  • FeedBlitz: Rewind the Week – Food Edition

    Eleanor Pierce
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:29 pm
    By Eleanor Pierce One of the things I find most exciting about this time of year is farmer’s markets. See, I live in Central Oregon, where the High Desert climate limits the growing season, so these open air markets are really a summertime affair. And from the first local strawberries to the last of the summer corn, they just make me happy. And honestly, so do some of the other not-so-healthy foods of summer, from snow cones to burgers and brats. I guess I’m just an incorrigible foodie. So naturally, while I was rounding up a few of my favorite news items for this week’s FeedBlitz:…
  • Social Media Crisis: Stand Up to Your Critics

    Ann Marie van den Hurk
    9 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    By Ann Marie van den Hurk When Honey Maid released an ad touting their #thisiswholesome campaign in mid-March 2014, they joined other brands such as Cheerios and Chevrolet in showing the diversity of American families today. They also joined those brands in having to manage a social media crisis. These brands are reflecting the changing face of American families. Families which no longer resemble the ideal put forth in Norman Rockwell’s Thanksgiving paintings. In a New York Times article from the fall of 2013, it was pointed out that, “Families are more ethnically, racially,…
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    No Film School

  • What Does It Mean to Be a Cinematographer? This Beautiful Video Explains It All

    Robert Hardy
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:11 pm
    There are many jobs in the filmmaking process. It all starts with a script, a story waiting to be told. Then there’s the director, the visionary, the person with the plan. But we all know that filmmaking is highly collaborative, so a team begins to emerge, with a group of like-minded artists all striving towards the same goal. You’ve got your art directors and production designers, and new worlds are created. You’ve got your editors, who lovingly craft the footage into the final piece of art. You’ve got your makeup artists and VFX artists and loads of other…
  • Wants to Redefine Video Collaboration & They've Answered Your Questions

    Joe Marine
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:35 am
    A week ago we were introduced to a brand new collaborative video workflow platform called that aims to “pick up where Vimeo left off.” While Vimeo has some client review features, and there are a number of companies out there that offer similar services, is attempting to be more seamless, faster, and eliminate headaches that are often associated with the process. There was a huge response to, and many, many questions. Co-founder Emery Wells will be sending out a newsletter answering these questions, but they’ve given No Film School an early look…
  • What Michael Bay's Films Can Teach Us About Visual Storytelling

    Joe Marine
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:48 am
    While his films are incredibly successful financially, director Michael Bay is one of the more polarizing filmmakers working today. Many consider his style the downfall of entertainment as we know it, while others love the non-stop action that oozes from nearly every frame. If fewer people watched his films, they may still be interesting visual specimens, but the fact that his movies have grossed billions and earned him two Criterion Collections makes him a different case entirely. Tony Zhou has put together a video exploring “Bayhem,” a visual style that is rather unique to…
  • This Analysis of Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining' Steps Inside the Mysteries of Room 237

    V Renée
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:15 pm
    Stanley Kubrick’s films are some of the most analyzed pieces of cinema, especially his horror masterpiece The Shining. Brimming with intrigue, clues, and hidden messages, Kubrick’s 1980 film has been given the royal treatment when it comes to analysis, even becoming the subject of the documentary Room 237 that digs deep into the possible meanings behind the director’s cinematic choices, and Darren Foley of Must See Films offers up another engaging video essay, this time on Kubrick’s enigmatic work, that explores some intriguing theories on the possible…
  • This Making-Of Doc on 'The Usual Suspects' Breaks the Keyser Söze Case Wide Open

    Justin Morrow
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:50 pm
    Ah, the 90s. Rollerblades. Bill Clinton. A time when moguls like Harvey Weinstein jetted out to Sundance and handed out fat distribution/production deals to filmmakers who were  barely able to legally buy beer. One of these lucky young tyros was Bryan Singer, whose 1988 short, Lion’s Den, led to a feature that went to Sundance, and that led to The Usual Suspects, which led to everyone losing their mind in 1995. Check out this behind the scenes documentary onthat classic crime film, and see how story and filmmaking can trump budget. (more…)
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    ReelSEO Video Marketing

  • How to Optimize YouTube Tags and Descriptions [TubeTalk #33]

    Dane Golden
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:51 pm
    How do you properly tag your YouTube videos? How do you add default tags and descriptions to your YouTube channel? How do you rearrange your YouTube tags? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO TubeTalk, the podcast for YouTube Video Marketing Tips.
  • Hey Trolls, You Can Go Back to Using False YouTube Names Again

    Andy Smith
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:50 pm
    When YouTube introduced the new commenting system in November 2013, it was an attempt to tackle a number of issues, one of which included making users accountable for their comments by forcing them to use their real names. After an avalanche of bad feeling from the YouTube community, Google has now reversed the decision.
  • World’s Top Brands Head to San Fran for #ReelSummit Tomorrow

    Mark R Robertson
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:24 am
    The 2014 Reel Summit starts tomorrow and we've created a hashtag - #ReelSummit – so that all the inspiring content creators, brands, marketers, and video producers who are converging on San Francisco can share what they’re seeing, hearing, learning, and thinking with their clients, customers, colleagues, and communities across social media.
  • Crime Fighting Video Advertising Fraud

    22 Jul 2014 | 12:45 pm
    If you run a digital business today, you are also inadvertently in the crime fighting business. Video ad fraud is a real and ongoing issue in the ad tech community. YuMe CEO Jayant Kadambi offers four points that digital video ad companies should all be driving home to combat the issue.
  • Don’t Miss – 2014 Video Marketing Summit This Week!

    Greg Jarboe
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:01 pm
    If your career or livelihood is directly affected by the success or failure of digital video initiatives, then you need join the rest of the inspiring brands, marketers and industry thought-leaders as they converge in San Francisco, to provide you with the cutting-edge knowledge and advanced training you need.
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    Video Marketing Blog - MiniMatters - Video Production Washington DC

  • Great PR Requires a Great YouTube Channel

    22 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Recently PR News contacted MiniMatters for an article they were planning about YouTube and its importance to PR. The article opened as follows: Elissa Leif, CEO of MiniMatters Video + Marketing, has started to spend more time working on YouTube channels for such clients as the Foundation for Community and Association Research and other associations and nonprofit organizations. “A lot of what we’re doing is developing existing channels,” she said. “YouTube channels are continually evolving and if you want to look current, you have to use the features as best you can.” The…
  • Crowdfunding and Video Are a Match Made in Heaven

    8 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Crowdfunding means exactly what it sounds like: funding from a crowd. When you use crowdfunding, you solicit donations from a number of people for a particular project, and, depending on the model, they may only pay if you gain the funding you need. It lets projects that can attract as little as $10 from many people go ahead; it’s the kind of thing that makes the Internet a truly inspiring tool. Kickstarter is perhaps the most famous crowdfunding site, with Indiegogo a close second, but YouTube has recently announced “Fan Funding” which allows YouTube channels to seek…
  • Video Contests Draw Great Attention

    24 Jun 2014 | 7:00 am
    MiniMatters partner Barbara Haupt planned a session with Bridget Weston Pollack, Vice President of Marketing & Communications at SCORE at ASAE’s MM&C—Marketing, Membership, and Communication Conference on June 18 entitled, “Video Contests: A Win-Win for Members and You.” The conference catered to the needs of association marketing and communications professionals seeking effective and innovative ways to engage their members and communities. The slide deck below gives an overview of our presentation. Association professionals at the conference showed interest…
  • Quick Video Is a Great Way to Share or Respond to Breaking News

    17 Jun 2014 | 7:00 am
    Nonprofits are in so many places where news happens–political news, noteworthy speeches, publications, and their own and other organization’s major conferences. By getting your organization set up to produce quick video–a short video produced very quickly–you can jump on these opportunities fast to raise your organization’s issues and profile. (Like a cheetah that can run 60 miles per hour!) Five reasons to use quick video to respond to breaking news Your stakeholders are looking to you. If you’re ready with a quick video, that will stand out and your…
  • A Conference Invitation Is a Great Time for a Video

    10 Jun 2014 | 7:00 am
    If your organization is like many of our clients, your conference invitation is a really big deal. You look forward to and plan your conference all year, and it’s a key event where you connect with your members and build education and community. We’ve worked with a number of organizations to create a conference invitation video, and the strategy has always been a hit and successful in boosting attendance, and therefore revenue. Our top 6 tips for a great conference invitation video Tell your audience exactly what they’ll get at the conference. Identify the key theme, key…
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    Video Production Chicago | Chicago Video Production Company | New Slate Films

  • Derek Jeter gets a star studded Nike video ad for his farewell!

    Saj Adibs
    14 Jul 2014 | 4:39 pm
      14 SHARES Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Derek Jeter has been one of the most famous baseball players in the history of the game and his career comes to the end this year after nearly 20 years and over 3000 hits.  That makes him one of only 28 players to reach that mark. So Nike and the Jordan brand create a beautiful 90 second ad to say goodbye to the legendary New York Yankee. The add is filled with stars.  Who’s in the new Derek Jeter Respect ad? Spike Lee and former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, Phil Jackson and Maya Moore, to Jay Z and Billy Crystal, Tiger Woods and Michael…
  • 4 Popular Marketing Techniques for New Businesses

    Saj Adibs
    29 Jun 2014 | 9:57 am
    In the modern world, marketing techniques have evolved and continue doing so. The conventional techniques of distributing flyers, word of mouth and others can still be effective in some cases. But the digital age requires digital marketing techniques. Emails, video streaming, social media and many other digital platforms offer new businesses the opportunity of marketing their products and services effectively. The more popular of these new business marketing techniques are: 1.    Content Marketing One of the most popular marketing techniques today is content marketing. You can have any…
  • How to make the best Corporate Videos!

    Saj Adibs
    23 Jun 2014 | 3:55 pm
    A corporate video can help improve the image of your company and popularize it. But even the category of the video can turn viewers away from the content. People assume that a video with the word ‘corporate’ in it is going to be boring. You have to change the perception by creating content that is compelling, informative and entertaining at the same time. Hire Professionals Don’t try to handle the whole production yourself, if you needed brain surgery you wouldn’t try it yourself first. Trust the people who know the production world and hire a professional video production company,…
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  • Announcing Ignite, the World’s First B2B Video Marketing Summit

    Tyler Lessard
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    Online video has quickly become a critical way to connect with audiences, deliver a memorable content journey, and convert prospects through the buying cycle. Now an expected part of your content mix, video is transforming marketing and how brands deliver unexpected value. At Vidyard we really believe in video’s influence and so we’re excited to announce that on October 1st, we will host the first annual Ignite video marketing summit to explore the latest best practices in video and content marketing, and what the future holds for B2B digital marketers. Can I get a heck yeah?!
  • Vidyard Adds Salesforce Pardot Support to Industry-Leading Video Marketing Platform

    Team Vidyard
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:33 pm
    Vidyard, a global leader in video marketing solutions, today announced a new integration that enables Salesforce Pardot customers to identify online video viewers and track their viewing histories as part of lead scoring, qualification and automated nurture programs. With this release, Vidyard now offers native integrations across Salesforce, enabling brands to leverage online video as a strategic component of marketing and sales activities. “Vidyard is now providing the industry’s first comprehensive video solution for Salesforce Pardot customers, enabling video as a strategic…
  • Vidyard Enables Marketers to Create Custom-Branded Video Channel Experiences

    Team Vidyard
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:32 pm
    Vidyard, the global leader in video marketing solutions, today introduced Vidyard Video Hubs, a new product that enables marketers to easily create custom-branded video channels on their own corporate websites. Built on the Vidyard video marketing platform, Video Hubs is the industry’s first turnkey solution for creating immersive video channels that can identify and track individual viewers and report on the performance of each video asset. More than 70 percent of B2B marketers now use video to engage, educate and entertain customers, according to the Content Marketing Institute.
  • Video Marketing Pioneer Vidyard Appoints New Chief Marketing Officer

    Team Vidyard
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:31 pm
    Vidyard, the world’s leading video marketing platform, today announced the hire of Tyler Lessard as their new Chief Marketing Officer to help the company extend its market leadership and sales momentum. Vidyard saw its revenue grow 19x last year, resulting in recognition from Reuters as one of the fastest growing startups likely to go public in the next two years. Vidyard leads the video marketing platform category with proven technology, advanced features, and integrations with leading CRM and marketing automation systems, including, Marketo, Eloqua, Pardot, HubSpot,…
  • Vidyard Launches Video App on’s AppExchange, the World’s Leading Business Apps Marketplace

    Team Vidyard
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:20 pm
    Vidyard today announced it has launched Vidyard for Salesforce, empowering businesses to connect with customers, partners and employees in entirely new ways using video. Adding a video layer to the Salesforce experience, Vidyard gives organizations a simple interface to upload and share videos with internal teams, contacts and leads. Individual viewing history can be tracked right within Salesforce, making targeted sales conversations easier than ever. Vidyard for Salesforce also provides a secure platform for uploading and sharing videos within Salesforce Chatter. Vidyard is currently…
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    PeerApp Blog

  • An Alternative in the Net Neutrality Debate

    Alan Arolovitch
    27 Jun 2014 | 12:02 pm
    “Net Neutrality” is one of those politically charged phrases. If you don’t support Net Neutrality, it’s viewed as akin to being against fairness, equality and apple pie. Wired magazine’s Robert McMillan wrote an excellent article on the topic: “What Everyone Gets Wrong in the Debate over Net Neutrality.” In it, Mr. McMillan explains how most people think about the Internet as a ‘cloud’ of content services, with Internet Service Providers (ISPs) – which include companies like Comcast, Time Warner, and Verizon – connecting the end users to this cloud over ‘last mile’…
  • PeerApp’s UltraBand Named Editor’s Choice Product by Embedded Computing Design Magazine

    David Sokolic
    18 Feb 2014 | 10:54 am
    PeerApp continues to garner recognition for the award-winning UltraBand transparent caching platform! Embedded Computing Design has selected UltraBand as an Editor’s Choice product for the February 2014 issue. According to the article, “Network operators are facing serious network congestion with the average household now using more than five devices to download network content. Popular multimedia downloads coupled with automatic software updates threaten to cause widespread network quality deterioration. PeerApp has developed the UltraBand Series, an embedded software solution to…
  • The Content Conundrum

    Charlie Baker
    27 Jan 2014 | 6:50 am
    The TV industry has grown increasingly concerned that cheap online video alternatives will undermine pay TV. The industry paradigm is at an inflection point and the way content is packaged and delivered is changing rapidly. Gigaom recently wrote about the rise in consumption of Internet TV and the decline of paid subscribers in its recent article The shifting pay TV industry in two charts. The article concludes that consumers are still willing to subscribe to pay TV while consuming more Internet content but the looming question remains – for how long? Driven by user demand, disrupters like…
  • From a Content Delivery Perspective, Net Neutrality Ruling May Broaden – Not Restrict – Access To Services

    Charlie Baker
    17 Jan 2014 | 5:33 am
    The Net Neutrality ruling has caused more articles to be written than anyone can possibly read.  Here is my summary: 2010: Net Neutrality was introduced September 2011: Verizon sued the FCC January 2014: we finally have a ruling.  Not a FINAL ruling, but a ruling.  Like any good issue solved in the courts, it is not quite resolved yet.  There is probably another year of shakeout before things are final.  But…there is some great news in the ruling.  For the first time ever, the distribution of revenue and cost across the content delivery value chain is being allowed (what I consider to…
  • Keep the Baby Happy

    Charlie Baker
    9 Dec 2013 | 7:16 am
    Sometimes our customers provide the best explanation of what a technology can do.  The UltraBand technology’s number one benefit is increasing quality of experience for broadband subscribers.  The increased quality is measured through delivery speed, time to first byte and customer perception for all types of content and across every type of network.  Right now, operators deploying high-speed wireless networks (LTE, LTE-A) and advanced fiber networks are deploying UltraBand for exactly this reason as they launch these new services.  The caching infrastructure is becoming a de facto…
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  • Streaking During World Cup Final

    Henry Toledo
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:15 am
    Have you ever thought Vitaly was crazy? Well, he is. He simply does not care. He does it for our viewing pleasure. Check out this pranksters video.
  • 60 Seconds Will Change How You Think

    Henry Toledo
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:04 am
    This is unbelievable. "Sometimes those who have less give more".
  • The N Word Prank

    Henry Toledo
    13 Jul 2014 | 10:35 am
    Roman Atwood has came up with such a hilarious and unique prank. Check out what happens when you move into the neighborhood and start using the N word. "Neighbor".
  • Devil Prank Gone BAD

    Henry Toledo
    11 Jul 2014 | 5:14 am
    Poor Yousef. Competing in a prank war has fun moments, but it also has bad moments. What happens when you take fouseytube's worst fears and use it to prank him? Watch and find out. Let's thank him for being a good sport and letting the footage be uploaded to Youtube. Glad you're okay buddy.
  • Jeff Gordon Trolls Journalist

    Henry Toledo
    27 Feb 2014 | 1:17 pm
      Remember when Jeff Gordon was in desguise and almost made that car salesman have a heart attack? Well, this automotive journalist thought the whole video was fake. Guess what Pepsi and Jeff Gordon did? They proved it to the journalist that the prank was real. Sweet sweet revenge.
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  • Out-of-the-Box Approaches to the Mobile Video Advertising

    23 Jul 2014 | 10:52 pm
    Smartphone’s have become the first screen for a growing number of people. As a result, these devices are well on their way to becoming the primary channel for brands to communicate with consumers. In a short period of time, marketing messages and formats have evolved to take advantage of mobile’s unique location capabilities, touch screens and preeminent role for delivering “snackable” advertising moments through native ad formats, streaming video and sophisticated rich media. The convergence of social, video and mobile technology is rapidly changing the face of advertising. Just over…
  • Bunny Meyer YouTube Channel Success & Marketing Strategy

    23 Jul 2014 | 10:17 pm
    Rachel “Bunny” Meyer originally started on Youtube as a paranormal vlogger. After realizing that guru videos brought in more views, she ditched the EVPs and Ouija board for YSL Rouge Voluptes and Jeffrey Camp bells. The content of her channel wasn’t the only thing that changed and soon people began noticing an unfortunate shift in her personality. She went from being genuine and endearing to the shameless, obnoxious, try hard she is today. A typical “Bunny” video usually consists of a 10 minute disclaimer, hideous facial contortions and a sudden development of…
  • Cinsay – Video Smart Store eComm, Donation, Lead-Gen, Link-Out

    23 Jul 2014 | 9:45 pm
    Video is one of the most popular mediums on the Internet today and the popularity of YouTube is testament to this. One catch about video is the fact that adding advertising often results in one of two things, taking the watcher away from the video and/or disengagement by the watcher. One innovative company seems to have cracked this dilemma with a very interesting approach to the whole issue. Typically, any purchases made as a result of a video are made via a store that links away from the video. Cinsay, an Austin and Dallas Texas based company, says you do not have to leave the video in…
  • The Next Big Thing: Video Big Data

    23 Jul 2014 | 9:15 pm
    Big Data can help you make every part of your online video strategy more effective—if you can capture the right information and put it to work in the right ways. helps you drive continuous improvement by making it simple to measure and evaluate the audience you are reaching, the experiences you are delivering, and the results you are getting. Big data continues to grow exponentially, and surveillance video has become the largest source. For most of its time as an IT industry buzzword, big data has been focused on numbers and letters. Sales numbers, medical results, weather, sensor readings,…
  • Animoto – Make & Share Beautiful Videos Online

    23 Jul 2014 | 5:21 am
    Animoto is a cloud-based video creation service that produces video from photos, video clips, and music into video slide shows. Animoto was founded to help people better share their stories and express themselves through online media by innovating technologies in the field of video production. Using the latest in entertainment post-production technologies, Animoto is designed to bridge the gap between the high production value of film and television, feeling of most user-created videos and photo albums. Animoto lets you grab photos from Flickr, Facebook, Picassa, Smugmug, Photobucket, or your…
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  • Aerial Stock Shooting Over London

    3 Jul 2014 | 6:57 am
    Earlier this week, Tom and I headed down to London to do some aerial filming for Videvo. We had an awesome time, so much so in fact I had to write an article about it! We’ve needed aerials on Videvo for a while, so recently I got in touch with a local helicopter company and organized a flight over London. Aerial videography is something we are very new to, and this was our first time heading into the sky for filming purposes. We prepared as best we could, doing some research, asking friends who do aerial videography and generally making sure we knew what the deal was prior to embarking on…
  • Keywording Your Stock Videos

    17 Jun 2014 | 4:38 am
    Keywording is one of the most important steps in stock videos. Whether you are selling it on a premium site or giving it away for free, unless you keyword it properly the chances are no one is ever going to see it!   Keywords are what search algorithms use to find content and serve it to the person searching. For example, if I typed “Water Drop Night” into a stock footage website search bar, I’d be faced with all the clips that have water, drop and night as keywords – letting me quickly see exactly what that site has to offer on that subject.   Needless to say, stock video…
  • Win a Motorised Slider With Videvo!

    11 Jun 2014 | 8:33 am
    Hey Guys, We’re back with a brand new Videvo competition! Following the success of the April GoPro competition, we’re excited to announce that during July you now have the chance to win a motorised slider. We’ve partnered up with Digislider to be able to offer you one of their incredible motorised slider kits! The model of the Slider will be the 100cm version of the Video & Timelapse Motion Control Kit. Here’s how the competition will work: • For the whole month of July, any clip you upload to Videvo will count as one entry to the prize draw (footage clip or motion…
  • 5 Top Tips for Filming on Location:

    2 Jun 2014 | 7:41 am
    Filming on location can be one of the most exciting, testing and rewarding aspects of filmmaking. In documentaries/TV, filming outside of a comfortable studio environment inevitably brings with it many challenges – juggling time pressures and permissions of locations, battling the stubborn public who can’t help but wave at the camera (!!), working with the light available and supplementing it if necessary and lugging your kit from base to base. The very nature of this often high stress environment breeds capability and efficiency – working in an environment that won’t…
  • Macs VS PCs For Video Production

    13 May 2014 | 9:59 am
    One of the big questions people in the video production industry usually find themselves asking at one point or another is — do I get a PC or a Mac?! Most people tend to be heavily weighted one way or another; usually depending on which system they are most familiar with. There are however, a number of small but crucial factors to each system, which can tip the scales. Macs Cost More For the Same Horsepower This argument has been around for a long time. Money for money, you’re simply always going to get more raw power if you invest into a PC rather than a Mac. What you probably won’t…
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  • Ash and Dan’s “Great Happy Show” with Becca!
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:41 am
  • Teletubbies Rap (The Fifth Teletubby)
    12 May 2014 | 4:25 pm
    Take a trip down memory lane and revisit that time we dressed as Teletubbies and ran around the streets of our local towns. A big thank you to the CBBC for asking us to perform this musical number for the kids. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more fun!
  • The Day The Internet Died: Why The FCC Is Killing Net Neutrality
    27 Apr 2014 | 3:30 am
    The FCC’s latest proposal for net neutrality will give Internet Service Providers the ability to charge companies for preferential treatment, as long as they are willing to offer that treatment to all interested parties for a “reasonable” price. How is this neutrality? Simple. ISPs will still have to provide access to their services to everyone, but they can now charge a price for preferential treatment. It’s neutral beFcause access still exists – for a price. If you’re a company like Netflix, these new rules will allow individual service providers to charge you for better…
  • BitTorrent: Netflix Should Defeat ISPs by Switching to Peer-to-Peer
    25 Apr 2014 | 5:52 pm
    BitTorrent, Inc. CEO Eric Klinker claims that peer-to-peer architecture can “re-architecture the Web for equality,” and he urged Netflix to try it out. The Federal Communications Commission is on track to endorse pay-for-play arrangements in which Web services like video streaming and VoIP could pay ISPs for a faster path to consumers than other services receive. “This is by its very definition discrimination,” Klinker wrote in a blog post yesterday. But what if the Web worked differently? Klinker writes: Many smart researchers are already thinking about this…
  • Google To End Forced G+ Integration
    25 Apr 2014 | 1:47 am
    When Vic Gundotra, the head of Google+, suddenly announced his departure from Google today, many were left wondering “why” and what it meant for the future of Google+. He didn’t give a reason for leaving, but according to a report from TechCrunch, the likely reason is a major shakeup for Google’s social network. In short, Google seems to be backing away from the original Google+ strategy. The report states that Google+ will no longer be considered a product that competes with Facebook and Twitter, and that Google’s mission to force Google+ into every product…
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  • What To Expect With The Samsung Galaxy S6

    23 Jul 2014 | 6:54 am
    With the release of the Samsung Galaxy S5 we can now start to speculate about what Samsung's next phone, the Samsung Galaxy S6, will bring to the market.The post What To Expect With The Samsung Galaxy S6 appeared first on Number Direct.
  • Video: Exactly How Durable Will The iPhone 6 Be?

    21 Jul 2014 | 3:16 am
    The iPhone 6 is expected to come with an 'unbreakable' sapphire crystal screen, but can it really withstand intense damage? This video puts it to the test.The post Video: Exactly How Durable Will The iPhone 6 Be? appeared first on Number Direct.
  • Wireless Mobile Charging Trousers Are The Weirdest Wearable Tech Yet

    16 Jul 2014 | 2:54 am
    This weird wearable tech innovation -- wireless mobile charging trousers -- is going to do very little to change the diverse opinions on the technology.The post Wireless Mobile Charging Trousers Are The Weirdest Wearable Tech Yet appeared first on Number Direct.
  • The Positive Impact Of Technology On The Environment

    9 Jul 2014 | 8:42 am
    For a time, people felt that technology was harmful to the environment. But now we are beginning to see how it could play a vital role in conservation.The post The Positive Impact Of Technology On The Environment appeared first on Number Direct.
  • How To Solve Poor Mobile Reception In Rural Areas

    24 Jun 2014 | 8:29 am
    For those living in the rural areas of Britain, poor mobile reception is often a daily frustration. So, what can you do about it?The post How To Solve Poor Mobile Reception In Rural Areas appeared first on Number Direct.
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  • Which is the Best Video Platform to Use? YouTube, Wistia or Vimeo

    Stanley Meytin
    11 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    How should I host my video for SEO purposes? What’s a better platform YouTube, Wistia, or Vimeo? These questions have filled the online social community, and yet many people still find themselves searching for answers. Sure, you could post your videos on all three platforms but that can become exhausting, expensive and might give off an artificial vibe of craving solely SEO to your viewers. Finally we will provide you with the answers you’ve been begging for, what’s better YouTube, Wistia, or Vimeo? YouTube From blossoming musical artists like Justin Bieber to displaying the latest…
  • How to get Good Quality Sound on your Next Video

    Stanley Meytin
    3 Jul 2014 | 11:24 am
    Have you ever tried to watch a video online, but you could barely hear what was going on? Turning the volume up rarely helps; even putting your ear to the speaker doesn’t make the video any easier to hear. Although this can be a common problem with online videos, there are other options to consider, leaving you with better quality and better sounding videos. Why is sound quality important? Online videos have been emerging as one of the best ways to market yourself or your company. Images have been proven to successfully engage an audience and capture their attention. However, image is not…
  • Study Predicts 84% of Internet Traffic Will Be Video by 2018

    Stanley Meytin
    27 Jun 2014 | 3:01 pm
    We have been hearing several predictions about the impact of video for years and a recent report from Cisco titled, “2014 Complete VNI Global IP Traffic Forecast for 2013-2018,” is the latest to speculate about people’s internet consumption and explosion of video content. According to the new study, video is predicted to account for an unprecedented 84% of all Internet traffic by 2018, an increase of 6% over the video’s current slice of the online pie, the equivalent of 4.5 trillion YouTube clips. Cisco estimates that video traffic will equal 37 exabytes (EB) per month, that’s total…
  • What is Page Authority and How Do I Get It?

    Stanley Meytin
    24 Jun 2014 | 2:55 pm
    Page Authority is a convoluted mix of web indexes and in-bound link counts. But, It boils down to one simple factor: value. “Authority” and “Popularity” are interchangeable words. Popularity is weaved with Page Authority because people remain on and like pages with content that is useful to them. Retaining users for more than the traditional 4.5 seconds is key because bounce rate is a factor. A keyword search for a simple word like “cars” for example, will reveal thousands of pages. Each page will have their own keyword strategy of alt-tags and links, but first page will always…
  • Don’t Believe these Four Misconceptions about Video Production

    Stanley Meytin
    20 Jun 2014 | 12:37 pm
    Video has become a very popular way to market a person or their business. It has been proven to be a more engaging way to capture an audience’s attention and to make an organization’s message a lot clearer.  However, there are many misconceptions people have about shooting and producing a video, making it more stressful than it has to be. Here are some false ideas about video production that need clarification: Hiring a professional to shoot and produce your video can hurt your budget Although video production can be expensive for some companies, it doesn’t have to be for yours.
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  • Suits S04E06 REPACK 720p HDTV x264-KILLERS

    23 Jul 2014 | 11:35 pm Season 04, Episode 06 – “Litt the Hell Up” Harvey tries to end the takeover when Sean Cahill brings Pearson Specter client Logan Sanders to the SEC for questioning. Elsewhere, Louis finds a way to make a name for himself when Mike insists on playing hardball. Watch Full TV Show Online For Free @ OCW: Suits.S04E06.REPACK.720p.HDTV.x264-KILLERS…
  • Taxi Brooklyn S01E05 HDTV x264-LOL

    23 Jul 2014 | 8:05 pm Season 01, Episode 05 – “Ambush” Two female prisoners are killed and four escape when a prisoner-transport van is ambushed. One of the escapees is a witness to the murder of Cat’s father. As Cat pursues the on-the-lam inmates, she comes closer to the truth about her father’s killer. Watch Full TV Show Online For Free @ OCW: Taxi.Brooklyn.S01E05.HDTV.x264-LOL…
  • An Acrid Yarn 2010 BRRip X264 AC3-PLAYNOW

    23 Jul 2014 | 4:39 pm
    An Acrid Yarn (2010) Based on real events in a small town where the pastor takes advantage of his female flock. Genre: Thriller iMDB Rating: 6.7/10 from 20 users Directors: Ike Duncan, Tony Roberts Starring: John Blackstone, Bettina Brown, Russell Quinn Cummings Release Title: An Acrid Yarn 2010 BRRip X264 AC3-PLAYNOW Release Date: 23.07.2014 Video…..: X264 1661Kbps Audio…..: English AC-3 192Kbps 2 channels Resolution: 720×400 Size……: 1.26GB Subtitles: N/A Runtime…: 1h 38mn Source Used: An Acrid Yarn 2010 1080p BluRay…
  • Jimmy Fallon 2014.07.22 Dwayne Johnson 720p HDTV x264-CROOKS

    23 Jul 2014 | 1:11 pm July 22, 2014 Tonight Jimmy’s guests are actor Dwayne Johnson and English recording artist Mel B. Musical guest will be reggae artist Chronixx. Watch Full TV Show Online For Free @ OCW: Jimmy.Fallon.2014.07.22.Dwayne.Johnson.720p.HDTV.x264-CROOKS…
  • Twin Peaks S02 720p BluRay X264-REWARD

    23 Jul 2014 | 9:46 am Season 2 The body of Laura Palmer is washed up on a beach near the small Washington state town of Twin Peaks. FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper is called in to investigate her strange demise only to uncover a web of mystery that ultimately leads him deep into the heart of the surrounding woodland and his very own soul. Watch Full TV Show Online For Free @ OCW: Twin.Peaks.S02.720p.BluRay.X264-REWARD Twin.Peaks.S02E01.720p.BluRay.X264-REWARD…
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  • Apodemy

    Katerina Athanasopoulou
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:29 pm
    Plato likens the human soul with a cage, where knowledge is birds flying. We’re born with the cage empty and, as we grow, we collect birds and they go in the cage for future use. When we need to access knowledge we put our hand in the cage, hunt for a bird – and sometimes catch the wrong one. Ornithology uses the term “Zugunruhe” to describe the turbulent behavior of birds before they migrate, whether free or caged. These two images, birds inhabiting the human soul and the distress of the migrating bird became the starting points for this film, commissioned on the theme of Emigration.
  • "HONOR" | Short Film Music Video

    Claire Kurylowski
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:29 pm
    music The CN Tower Belongs To The Dead (Many Ives Version) by OWEN PALLETT 
courtesy of the artist Direction, Script & Editing // Claire Kurylowski
 Acting // Emme Preisler / Maria Ivanenko
 Produced by // Lucie Tamborini

 Cinematography // Adam Scarth 

Costume Design & Wardrobe // Larissa Bechtold
 Art Department // Tom Bonynge 
Camera Assistant// Cedric Retzmann 
Locations Manager & Production Assistant // Jannis Birsner 
Hair & Make-Up // Alexander Weber 

D.I.T. // Tobias Petersson
 ©2012 Claire Kurylowski // all rights reserved…

    Desillusion Magazine
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:28 pm
    - Pour le sous-titrage francais, selectionnez CC dans la barre de Lecture – Each year, Nixon organise one of the wildest and remote surf contests on the planet. Ten of the best European surfers are invited to an unknown surf destination, to battle against their own fears & human limits without the pressures of the public or the press. An unexpected quest, one where the only enemy is yourself and your best ally is nature, in its rawest, purest form. In June 2014, the wild terrain of Kamchatka, Russia, was chosen to host this uncommon event. The Nixon Surf Challenge. Narrated by Kepa Acero…
  • Cool Hunting Video: Cantabile Piano Arts

    Cool Hunting
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:28 pm
    In Yonkers, NY, an extensive collection of piano cases, keys, pedals, bridges and strings reside in the Cantabile Piano Arts warehouse. Each part is waiting in queue to be utilized by a passionate team who work to repair, refinish and reconstruct vintage pianos. We spoke with Ivan Brunner, a piano-tuner who works on each instrument in its final stages—giving each piano its very own unique "voice." Through Brunner's intricate and precise artistry, CH had the opportunity to see the complexities at work beneath a piano's lid. See more of our videos at Cool…
  • Planet Nine

    Andy Martin
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:58 pm
    See the other planets here: More at & "The kids on Planet Nine discover that the mix of superpowers and peer pressure is an accident waiting to happen." This is the ninth animation from my ongoing illustration project 'Handymartian's Illustrated Aliens'. You can follow the progress of this project at where I am uploading a new alien illustration every day, building up to a monthly illustration of their planet. This planet was created during September 2013. Purchase a print of the planet here:…
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