Posts Tagged ‘ vlogging ’

New Ion Twin Video Camera Designed For Video Bloggers

Jan 25th, 2010 | By | Category: Internet TV, Podcasting Hardware, Video, Video Podcasts, Vlogs

The Ion Twin Video is the world’s first video recorder with front and back lenses.

It can film both you and what you are doing, from your perspective, at the same time – which means it could be the first video camera designed for video bloggers.

PodCamp Pittsburgh Looking For Volunteers

Aug 21st, 2009 | By | Category: Podcasting, Podcasting Events

PodCamp Pittsburgh, being held Oct 10-11, is looking for volunteers. PodCamp Pittsburgh is a FREE community UnConference, run by and for people who create, enjoy, or are interested in learning more about social media. Volunteer positions are as follows: October 9, 2009 Meet N Greet set up and clean up Meet N Greet Greeters 1-2 […]

New WebTV Video Blogging Plugin For WordPress

Jul 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Internet TV, Video, Video Software, Vlogs

Developer Edgar de León has introduced a new video blogging plugin for WordPress, WebTV. WebTV is designed to let you attach a video to a post and upload it to most popular video distribution sites, including YouTube, Vimeo and After your video is uploaded and processed, WebTV get and inserts the embed code from […]

Reuters Calls For Olympics Coverage Via Twitter

Jun 26th, 2009 | By | Category: Citizen Media, General, Microblogging, Podcasting, Video

In 2008, podcasting, vlogging and new media in general were effectively banned from the Olympics. For future events, the Olympics has to embrace new media, according to Reuters editor-in-chief David Schlesinger, because the rules governing who can report from the Olympic Games are outdated in the age of Twitter. In a speech to the International […]

Does News Still Have Value?

Apr 25th, 2009 | By | Category: Commentary

BuzzMachine’s Jeff Jarvis has posted an interesting look at the future of news, Journalists: Where do you add value?: Journalism can’t afford repetition and production anymore. Every minute of a journalist’s time will need to go to adding unique value to the news ecosystem: reporting, curating, organizing. This efficiency is necessitated by the reduction of […]

Rocketboom Says Goodbye To Joanne Colan

Apr 17th, 2009 | By | Category: Internet TV, Streaming Video, Video, Video Podcasts, Vlogs

Andrew Baron today announced that Joanne Colan was leaving the influential video podcast, after nearly three years with the show: Today I am so sad to say farewell to Joanne from Rocketboom! Joanne was really, really excellent at what she did here, she will be missed. Keep your eyes open for announcements from Joanne on […]

YouTube Looking For Video Bloggers To Feature

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Internet TV, Streaming Video, Video, Vlogs

YouTube has announced that it’s looking for video bloggers to discuss some of the little-used features of the site, and that it plans to feature some of these user-generated video: Every week we release new tools, or enhancements to current ones, to help you make better videos, connect with one another, and understand your audience. […]

WordPress All in One Video Pack

Jan 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Internet TV, Video, Video Podcasts, Video Software, Vlogs

Kaltura has updated its All in One Video Pack plugin for WordPress.  Kaltura’s plugin is designed to offer all the functions you might need for video and rich-media, including the ability to upload/record/import videos directly to your post, edit and remix content with an online video editor, enable video responses, manage and track your video content, […]

Queen Rania Explains Why She’s On YouTube

Nov 23rd, 2008 | By | Category: Internet TV, Video

Accepting the first ever YouTube Visionary Award via taped message, Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah spoofed the famous Top 10 format from US comedian David Letterman to explain why she launched this channel. Rania announced earlier in the year that she’d be vlogging at YouTube in order to encourage a global dialog to dismantle stereotypes of the Muslims and Arab […]

The Anthropology Of YouTube

Aug 2nd, 2008 | By | Category: Citizen Media, General, Internet TV, Video

Professor Michael Wesch’s presentation on the Anthropology of YouTube at the Library of Congress, June 23rd 2008. It’s a great presentation, jam-packed with information, but with enough new media references to make it a lot of fun, too. More info on Professor Wesch at his Kansas State University site on Digital Ethnography.