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Television (TV) is a telecommunication medium for transmitting and receiving moving images that can be monochrome (black-and-white) or colored, with or without accompanying sound. “Television” may also refer specifically to a television set, television programming, or television transmission.
The etymology of the word has a mixed Latin and Greek origin, meaning “far sight”: Greek tele (τῆλε), far, and Latin visio, sight (from video, vis- to see, or to view i...

This Year Audiences Will Be Able To Watch The Super Bowl Online

This Year Audiences Will Be Able To Watch The Super Bowl Online

Some very cool news today in the worlds of professional sports and online video, as NBC has announced they will stream this year's Super Bowl online for free. While the network has been streaming their Sunday night games for some time now, this is the ...

ivi TV Continues Its Fight For The Future Of Internet TV

ivi TV Continues Its Fight For The Future Of Internet TV

One of the biggest stories of 2011 is what the future of television will look like as service providers, consumer electronics manufacturers and content aggregators all jockey for the prime position in your living room. One company seeking to help consumers "cut the cord" is ...

12 New Multimedia Apps For The Updated Xbox 360 Dashboard

12 New Multimedia Apps For The Updated Xbox 360 Dashboard

I just got the big list of all new apps this week on the Xbox 360 dashboard. While YouTube might be one of the more interesting for many, I found the list to be both diverse in content (some aren't about video) and location. For ...

Hyundai Christmas Ads Make YouTube Creators Into Celebrity Pitchmen

Hyundai Christmas Ads Make YouTube Creators Into Celebrity Pitchmen

I need to take a few minutes and give some love to Hyundai. The car company has embraced online video in ways most brands haven't dreamed, and they've almost sort of become a champion for the scores of YouTube creators hoping for a shot at ...

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up - New YouTube Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   New YouTube Edition

Without even a hint of doubt, the biggest online video news story of the week came at the end of the week, on Thursday, when YouTube blindsided users with an unexpected wide rollout of a new YouTube redesign heavy on social interaction and customization. Of ...

Expect Usage-Based Billing On Web From Cable Providers Soon

Expect Usage Based Billing On Web From Cable Providers Soon

I actually wondered if this was something cable providers were chewing on in regards to the increased popularity of Netflix and Hulu.  Bloomberg reports that companies like Time Warner Cable, Inc, are considering charging customers for the amount of data they consume.  The extra charges ...

Selling Video Online: The Pros & Cons Of Choosing Physical Media

Selling Video Online: The Pros & Cons Of Choosing Physical Media

After taking a week off for the Thanksgiving holiday, we return with part two of our four-part series on selling video. You can catch up on Part 1 here if you missed it. When you're selling video online, there are really only two main options: ...

No Web Series For ABC Soaps One Life to Live and All My Children

No Web Series For ABC Soaps One Life to Live and All My Children

Over Thanksgiving it was announced that long-running ABC soaps One Life to Live and All My Children would not, in fact, be reincarnated as web series as was planned.  One Life to Live will end in January while All My Children ended, what turns out ...

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up - Thanksgiving Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Thanksgiving Edition

Plenty of news in the world of online video this past week, though many of us probably found ourselves distracted by things like family interaction, football games, and turkey. Because we were all a little more distracted than normal, it's an even better idea to ...

Future Of Television: Internet TV To Explode In 2012

Future Of Television: Internet TV To Explode In 2012

Mark Suster is a technology entrepreneur turned venture capitalist. He's started and sold two companies, worked at Accenture, founded Launchpad LA and is a part at GRP Partners, the SoCal venture capital firm. So he has his finger on the pulse and recently spoke at ...

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