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Broadcast are an indie electronic band, founded in Birmingham, England. Original members were Trish Keenan (vocals), Roj Stevens (keyboards), Tim Felton (guitar) and James Cargill (bass). Various drummers played with the band, including Keith York, Phil Jenkins, Jeremy Barnes, Steve Perkins, and Neil Bullock. As of 2005, the group consisted of Keenan and Cargill, with Felton having departed to form a new project, Seeland, with Billy Bainbridge, formerly of another Birmingham Warp act Plone. A...

Reel Quick Clips: Mid-Week Online Video Industry News

Reel Quick Clips: Mid Week Online Video Industry News

Another week is rapidly slipping past. While I planned on doing this on Wednesday, I didn't manage it. So here's a quick look at some online video stories I have been tracking but didn't really think merited a full blown article: Google TV and CNN ...

India Watched 1.7B Online Videos in January, UK Leads in Time Per Viewer

India Watched 1.7B Online Videos in January, UK Leads in Time Per Viewer

While there are only 30.2 million Indian Internet users who are watching videos, yet they are watching astounding numbers of videos. They are consuming on average 58 videos each totaling about 5 hours per month. Sure, it's not the 178M, 14.6 hours in the US ...

Time Warner Cable's New iPad App Sounds Incredibly Dumb

Time Warner Cables New iPad App Sounds Incredibly Dumb

The cable companies & broadcasters are doing everything they can to resist change and save the existing business model. Even as consumers clamor for a la carte options and more online capabilities, the cable companies keep distorting that vision. The latest move comes from Time Warner ...

Time-Shifting TV Usage Rises in Second Half of 2010: Nielsen

Time Shifting TV Usage Rises in Second Half of 2010: Nielsen

Nielsen reported on TV usage for the second half of 2010 and found that Americans watched drastically more time-shifted television than before. Of the 154 hours of TV consumption a month, up to 30 hours a month were time-shifted. That's roughly 25% of some demographics' ...

The Online Video Weekly News Reel - 13 March 2011

The Online Video Weekly News Reel   13 March 2011

This was a busy week as I was in both Prague and Hamburg. Then when I returned the Wisconsin government had gone and done something illegal, Japan had been hit by a massive earthquake and then a tsunami and well, the world just seemed to ...

More TV [Content] Viewed on Computers Than on TV [Devices]

More TV [Content] Viewed on Computers Than on TV [Devices]

Wow, recent research from Price WaterHouse Cooper (Sterling, Draper...oh wait) states that people now watch more TV content on their computer than they do on their televisions. The cite that there is a 5-10% margin of error (thank you for the transparency) on the study ...

YouTube Getting Into The Live Sports Streaming Game

YouTube Getting Into The Live Sports Streaming Game

YouTube is actively pursuing deals with professional sporting leagues around the world in a bid to bring more live streaming sporting events to the video site. A Bloomberg report yesterday claims Google is in talks with "most sports leagues," including the NBA, the NHL, and ...

Is YouTube Courting Celebrities To Create Their Own Channels?

Is YouTube Courting Celebrities To Create Their Own Channels?

YouTube is the clear and obvious king of online video... for now. And they got there by giving the masses a voice and letting any amateur filmmaker create an account and upload videos. But if the latest rumors are true--that YouTube is actively courting specific ...

Newspapers Rock Online Video, Smoke Broadcasters in Uploads

Newspapers Rock Online Video, Smoke Broadcasters in Uploads

Brightcove again teamed up with TubeMogul to take a look at online video and its usage, including engagement and discovery, which they've published as the Q4 2010 Online Video & the Media Industry Quarterly Research report. As Team America might say... Quarterly Reports! F-Yeah! (Mark will love ...

Open Letter to Broadcast Dinosaurs Bent on Self-Destruction

Open Letter to Broadcast Dinosaurs Bent on Self Destruction

There are all sorts of cool new ways to watch what you want, when you want and where you want, in regards to video entertainment. No matter if it's on your mobile, a tablet or your Super-sized TV screen at home. If it's online, it's ...

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