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Journalism is the investigation and reporting of events, issues and trends to a broad audience. Though there are many variations of journalism, the ideal is to inform the intended audience about topics ranging from government and business organizations to cultural aspects of society such as arts and entertainment. The field includes editing, photojournalism, and documentary.
In modern society, news media have become the chief purveyor of information and opinion about public affairs; but...

How YouTube Destroyed The Village of Carpentersville, Illinois

Do you know if your municipal government is online video-friendly, or video-hostile? I get extra ranty for this week's podcast-and-article combo, exposing my former residence of Carpentersville, Illinois – 40 miles northwest of downtown Chicago – perhaps the only local government left in the entire …

Video Marketing and Fair Use EBook – Discount for ReelSEO Readers!

Media Mogul Daisy Whitney today released her eBook: Keeping You and Your Content Out of Court: A guide to understanding the Fair Use Doctrine in the digital media age. This eBook is being touted as a "must-read for media producers," and is now available for …

Can User-Generated Video Work As A Business Model? Interview With Wikipedia CEO Jimmy Wales

ReelSEO's Grant Crowell interviews Wikipedia CEO and Co-Founder Jimmy Wales at the adtech conference and asks: Can consumer-generated media (CGM) work as a monetizeable business model for video like it has for text? What are the challenges with incorporating video into public Wikis? And, can …

Online Video for Journalism and Journalistic Video Stories

Al Morning, of Poynter Online, has published a great interview on their site with The Washington Post's video journalist and documentary filmmaker, Travis Fox. In the interview, Travis talks about his experience in putting together his newest project (video below) about successful businesses opportunities that …

The Effects of Online Video On Offline Media

Video has had a tremendous effect on the way we see our media. We can download TV shows we missed, we can watch sports games live via the internet, we can watch visual diaries and we can share our own creativity. But nowhere is the …

Seero Launches Live, On-Location Video Platform

Seero is clearly going for something unique. With a growing number of live video sites hitting the market recently, Seero differentiates itself by fusing video broadcasting with GPS mapping. The 'live and on-location' video platform officially opened its doors to all users on Wednesday at …

Is Live Video The Future of Online Newspapers?

Interesting article on Journalism.uk about the future of newspaper websites with regard to online video. "Newspaper websites must consider live streaming to keep their online video content relevant, a senior editor of a leading European newspaper has said. Charles de Vroede, deputy chief editor of …

NewTeeVee Overview of The Online Video Resource, NewTeeVee

I am sure that most of you have NewTeeVee as part of your RSS mix for online video news. If you don't, I would highly recommend this source. Everyday I see that they have posted several new stories with robust details as well as highly …

Overview of MPEG7 – Superior Handling of Metadata Content

In a video presentation about the future of video search, covered a few weeks ago by Google Tech Talks, John R Smith (PM at IBM Research) talked about the need for a true classification method centered around automatic machine learning of the content within a …

Interview With Brightcove About Mobile Video

Three months after announcing it was going to open office in the UK, Brightcove has signed up a host of media companies and other publishers in the UK to power the video platforms on their websites. They have signed with EMAP, IPC Media, The Telegraph …

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