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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...

Ooyala Goes Social, Everywhere with New Offerings

Ooyala Goes Social, Everywhere with New Offerings

I had a couple meetings with Ooyala lately to talk about all the cool new stuff they have got going on like Ooyala Social, Ooyala Everywhere and of course the Motorola Mobility investment and what it might mean for us as much as for them. …

The Social TV Movement: When TV Went Social And Screens Converged

The Social TV Movement: When TV Went Social And Screens Converged

I've been reading a lot of interesting things in the social TV space these past few days and so I thought I would compile them and share with everyone on how screens are converging and TV is becoming more of a social activity. New services …

Netflix Wins Regulation Battle With Broadcasters In Canada

Netflix Wins Regulation Battle With Broadcasters In Canada

Netflix has had quite the year, haven't they?  In the midst of all the controversy over the price hike and the splitting of their DVD and streaming services into two separate entities (and fees), they have also been expanding the amount of content they will …

Major Microsoft Xbox TV Deals Imminent, But Still Will Need Something Unique

Major Microsoft Xbox TV Deals Imminent, But Still Will Need Something Unique

Bloomberg wrote up some thoughts on where it looks like the new Microsoft Xbox TV initiative is headed and I have to admit, I like what it looks like. Basically, it could position the Xbox 360 as the single piece of tech you need for …

YouTube Scheduled Channels – Encouraging Partners To Develop Scheduled Content

YouTube Scheduled Channels   Encouraging Partners To Develop Scheduled Content

YouTube is about to look a lot more like traditional television. According to the Wall Street Journal, YouTube is hard at work on developing a group of scheduled channels. With top-quality content that adheres to a regular publishing schedule, YouTube hopes to grab larger chunks …

Live From Daryl’s House To Hit Syndication On Broadcast TV

Live From Daryls House To Hit Syndication On Broadcast TV

Live From Daryl's House, an acclaimed music web series starring Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates and special guest musicians, is making its debut on television in 95 markets on September 24 in syndication.  The show, which shoots in Hall's home in upstate New York, …

Google Plus Open To Everyone, Adds Killer Video Features To Hangouts

Google Plus Open To Everyone, Adds Killer Video Features To Hangouts

Google Plus, the social networking service that has long been in a restricted field test, is now officially in beta. That's right, folks, you can stop leaving comments on this post asking people to invite you and just head on over and sign up yourself …

Creating A Call to Action For Your Video – The YouTube Creator Playbook: Part 2

Creating A Call to Action For Your Video   The YouTube Creator Playbook: Part 2

So now, you've got awesome content and you know you'll be able to put out new videos each and every week. You believe you're a web video star in the making, and it's only a matter of time before truckloads of cash just start piling …

iOS Pulling In New TV Content Through Enhanced TV Studio Apps

iOS Pulling In New TV Content Through Enhanced TV Studio Apps

Well, Apple isn't really doing much except maybe nudging studios and preaching about the awesomeness of their products, but several big names in TV have made some overtures to get their TV content in front of iOS users, mainly the iPad. Since it seems like …

The Past, Present, and Future of Enterprise Video

The Past, Present, and Future of Enterprise Video

What's the next major shift for video in the enterprise? Below is an observation of the evolution of enterprise video from the past to the present, and a suggestion for what's to come. For consistency, let's evaluate the four parts of video for each period …

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