Posts Tagged ‘ Streaming Video ’

PBS Launches Video Portal

Apr 22nd, 2009 | By | Category: Streaming Video, Video

The public television network PBS is taking some of its viewers’ favorite programs and making them available via its newly-launched video portal,  Today’s debut of the streaming site marks the first time that programming from a variety of series producers has been available in from one location. The new video site features a broad […]

Rise And Shine Podcast Project Releases Album

Mar 25th, 2009 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Podcasting

Songwriting fundraiser podcast “Rise and Shine TV” has announced the release of a compilation album, “Breakfast With Inspiration.” Rise and Shine” incorporates audience ideas into the daily writing of a song, and uses the proceeds from selling the songs to support music-related charities. The brainchild of award-winning podcaster Dean Whitbread, Rise and Shine gathers the […]

Stickam Lands Live Stream of Adam Carolla Podcast

Mar 19th, 2009 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, General, Podcasting, Streaming Video

When his weekday show was suddenly cancelled in a sweeping format change, nationally syndicated radio host Adam Carolla launched a free daily podcast -  a podcast with a quarter million listens within 24 hours of the first episode posting. Wednesday, live streaming video service Stickam announced that it “will be the exclusive streamer for Adam […]

IMDb To Add ‘Web Show’ Category

Mar 18th, 2009 | By | Category: Internet TV, Streaming Video, Video

Movie and television mega-database IMDb is adding a new category for Web TV series, Galacticast creator Casey McKinnon says after a conversation with the head of the Amazon-owned site. “Today there are dozens of web series listed on IMDb, but they continue to be listed as TV Series. At SXSW this year I asked Col […]

Dailymotion and Hulu Announce ‘Strategic Partnership’

Mar 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Streaming Video, Video

Independent video-sharing site Dailymotion today announced a distribution agreement with online video service Hulu. The agreement with Hulu will give Dailymotion’s audience access to an additional 40,000 “premium” videos from Hulu’s extensive online video library, including full-length episodes from major television studios, full-length feature films from major film studios, as well as news and other […]

One In Five Internet Users Watches TV Online; Doubled From 2007

Feb 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Internet TV, The New Media Update, Video

Consumer information company Knowledge Networks released a study this week that examines how the U.S. TV-viewing audience consumes and interacts with offerings on TV networks’ websites, such as blogs, games, voting, podcasts, and, of course, video. “How People Use TV’s Web Connections 2009” found that one in five (21%) Internet users ages 13 to 54 […]

Blog TV Offers Pro Level Accounts

Feb 11th, 2009 | By | Category: Video

Video site Blog TV has announced a “professional” level of user account. Blog TV is a video platform that, to date, has offered free access to users who want to stream live video. The service also allows recording of video episodes and enables text chat during live streaming. The Pro account includes these features: Pro […]

Miro Updates Open Source HD Video Player

Feb 10th, 2009 | By | Category: General, Streaming Video, Video, Video Podcasts

A new version of free, open source HD video player Miro launched today. The makers of Miro 2.0 say that this is the “biggest update in the project’s history.” Miro is a collaborative project developed by the Participatory Culture Foundation (PCF), a non-profit organization, and by volunteers around the world. PCF has a mission to […]

Cable, DVD Industries Sag as Consumers Shift Attention To Online Media

Feb 9th, 2009 | By | Category: Digital Video Downloads, General, Internet TV, Streaming Video, Video

Todd Mundt, longtime public radio guy (and a favorite former Iowan) who writes as The Mediavore, is featured today in a CNN Money article about Americans’ changing media consumption habits. Mundt’s changing media consumption habits are reflective of similar changes taking place throughout many U.S. households. Many families are economizing on entertainment costs, as they […]

Boxee iPhone App Gets Thumbs-Up From Apple

Feb 6th, 2009 | By | Category: Streaming Video, Video

Internet media platform Boxee announced today that their iPhone remote application has been approved by Apple. Soon the remote application will be available (free via the App Store), and will give users a more powerful tool for navigating Boxee. The announcement was just a brief blurb on Twitter, without a lot of detail, so we […]