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Programming is a form of music production and performance using electronic devices, often sequencers or computer programs, to generate music. Programming is used in nearly all forms of electronic music and in most hip hop music since the 1990s. It is also frequently used in modern pop and rock music from various regions of the world, and sometimes in jazz and contemporary classical music. Recently, programming has been incorporated into various styles of post-hardcore and metalcore music.

A Weekly List of What to Watch in Original Web Series

A Weekly List of What to Watch in Original Web Series

With the rapidly blossoming expansion of original online series, I've been pondering a way to start curating some content via what I watch, because as this month-long online video viewing project I'm doing is going to show, I seem to watch a lot. Considering that …

Samsung Offering $300,000 and Distribution Deal for Multi-Screen TV Series

Samsung Offering $300,000 and Distribution Deal for Multi Screen TV Series

Samsung is holding their third annual Free the TV Challenge and the theme this year is Second Screen Storytellers which means they're looking for a full package production that will couple TV viewing with additional content meant to be viewed on another screen but tie …

Content Recognition Offers TV-like Video Ad Targeting but Still Missing Big Opportunity?

Content Recognition Offers TV like Video Ad Targeting but Still Missing Big Opportunity?

In the past I've written much about the pretty amazing technology that allows you to basically scan through video and pull out people, places, things and even skin flicks. Leaders in the space include Digitalsmiths, Affine and ClearStream (who have just announced a whole new buying …

YouTube Not Immune to Carriage Wars Either: A Little Channel Called VEVO

YouTube Not Immune to Carriage Wars Either: A Little Channel Called VEVO

Is everybody in the entertainment business fighting right now?  We've got Viacom and DirecTV, AMC and DISH, and the one that's been brewing for some time and has been getting some discussion is the disagreement between YouTube and multi-label-owned VEVO, which is one of the …

Could Online Video Viewers Benefit From TV’s Carriage Fee Wars?

Could Online Video Viewers Benefit From TVs Carriage Fee Wars?

Did you know there's a carriage fee war going on? DirecTV dropped all of Viacom's channels and had a banner running on July 11th stating that Viacom wanted consumers to pay $1B more in fees to keep the channels. Viacom for their part said that …

Why You Should Be At Streaming Media East Next Week

Why You Should Be At Streaming Media East Next Week

Streaming Media East is ready to hit New York City next week and we've got the top reasons why you should be attending. As an added bonus, we've also got a discount code for you to shave off a bit of the price to make …

Advertising is Major Concern for Online Video Consumers Internationally [Study]

Advertising is Major Concern for Online Video Consumers Internationally [Study]

Accenture recently did a study on Video Over Internet Consumers and there were some pretty interesting findings in the report. Today I'm going to look at perceived problems with online video from the consumer standpoint which had some pretty surprising stuff.

AOL Places Huge Bet On Web Video Programming & Curation

AOL Places Huge Bet On Web Video Programming & Curation

America Online is getting deeper into the online video act with the AOL On Network, a destination that will bring 320,000 videos and will feature 14 content channels. Along with the announcement comes the news that AOL will also be behind 7 new original series, …

Social TV Buzz Doubles YOY & Twitter Remains #1 for Social TV Activity

Social TV Buzz Doubles YOY & Twitter Remains #1 for Social TV Activity

The growth of social activity in conversations and check-ins around TV programming has grown by about 91% year over year, according to a study by social TV tracking service Trendrr.TV. The company also uncovered several interesting trends regarding social activity. Meanwhile, electronic program guides are …

Food Network Executive Jumps To YouTube: A Sign Of Things To Come?

Food Network Executive Jumps To YouTube: A Sign Of Things To Come?

Because YouTube has Google money to spend, the online video destination has an attractive place for people who are already in show business or hope to launch an entertainment career.  Recently, the defection of Food Network's Bruce Seidel to Electus' unnamed new YouTube food channel, …

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