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Microsoft To Launch Internet-Ready Set Top Box, Windows TV, At CES?

Microsoft To Launch Internet Ready Set Top Box, Windows TV, At CES?

There's a joke I have heard several variations of over the last several years.  Question: How do you know when a new tech idea has fully taken hold?  Answer: When Microsoft puts out a competing product.  I couldn't help but think about that zinger as ...

Blekko: Another Human-Edited Search Engine Hopes To Take On Google By Stopping Spam

Blekko: Another Human Edited Search Engine Hopes To Take On Google By Stopping Spam

ReelSEO is, first and foremost, about video.  Video marketing, video production, and of course, video SEO.  So search engine news is something we tend to pay attention to.  There's a new search engine in town, and it claims to have the one thing that Google's ...

Google TV Missing Major TV Network Partners, and I Doubt Google Cares

Google TV Missing Major TV Network Partners, and I Doubt Google Cares

Yesterday Google finally opened the curtain on Google TV, giving the world some much-needed detail on what the product is and what it will be able to do.  And I was pretty impressed.

How Web Video and YouTube Are Driving A New Age of Innovation

How Web Video and YouTube Are Driving A New Age of Innovation

Chris Anderson, the curator of nonprofit organization TED, has written an op-ed piece today at, and I think it's well worth a read.  Titled "The Secret Power of YouTube," it's a bit of a defense of the online video portal, but it's much more ...

Are Parents of YouTube Stars Exploiting Their Kids?

Today I read a pair of editorials that got me thinking about children being used in viral videos.  Are we going too far?  Are some parents going to live with regret for years for making their kid a star on YouTube?

Announcing The 2010 Video Commerce Summit Speaker Lineup

The 2010 Video Commerce Summit has announced its speaker lineup, gaining momentum in its second year as the e-commerce industry's only annual gathering of e-commerce video practitioners and thought leaders.

The IPad Proves Video's Importance, Even If It Can't Record Video Itself

The iPad debuted to much fanfare over the weekend.  You may remember my somewhat controversial remarks about the device when it was announced.  Well, clearly there are many consumers less skeptical than I.  Over 300,000 units were sold on opening day (more than the iPhone's ...

The Impact of 2010's Live Streaming State of The Union Address

As if you were not already aware, tonight's State of the Union is bound to make history—perhaps more for its presentation and interactivity than for the contents of its message. A few weeks back, I breathlessly raved about how YouTube was going to live stream ...

Google Rolls Out Video Reviews In Product Search

Google Product Search has always been a pretty sweet little service.  Whenever I'm in the market for a new trinket, such as a digital camera or a new set of headphones, I'll usually head over to Google Product Search.  I can find reviews, the best ...

The Next Wave for Online Video Search Optimization

Mark Robertson reviews the SES San Jose 2009 session titled "The next wave for online video" which he spoke at along with Gregory Markel of Infuse creative and David Burch of Tubemogul. Learn about Video SEO from the expert at

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