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A video camera is a camera used for electronic motion picture acquisition, initially developed by the television industry but now common in other applications as well. The earliest video cameras were those of John Logie Baird, based on the electromechanical Nipkow disk and used by the BBC in experimental broadcasts through the 1930s. All-electronic designs based on the cathode ray tube, such as Vladimir Zworykin’s Iconoscope and Philo T. Farnsworth’s Image dissector, supplanted th...

Viral Video Lessons Round Up: Parodies, Pranks, and Fortunate Timing

I had to take last week off from the Viral Video Round Up series, because I was working on a pretty cool interview I hope to be able to share with you soon.  But this week we're back, with another week that's just filled to …

5 Ways To Use YouTube’s New Video Editor Tool

5 Ways To Use YouTubes New Video Editor Tool

Just last week, YouTube announced their own video editor that allows you to edit your videos directly on YouTube. How cool is that! That same night, because I couldn't sleep from the excitement, I created a how-to video showing how 5 easy ways to use …

Yelp and TurnHere Parter To Bring Local Video To Small Business

Video is still riding an incredible wave of popularity.  Users have an insatiable appetite for it, and businesses are discovering new ways every day to use video to help them grow their brand and customer base.  What's more… video seems to be increasing conversions for …

How The Nashville Flood Demonstrated Online Video’s Power and Importance

Sometimes events occur that force a writer like me to suddenly get personal.  It's like a blog version of the sitcom staple, the "very special episode.”  For me, that event is the Nashville flood.  If you haven't heard about it, Nashville is largely under water …

Dancing Soldiers, How-It’s-Made and A Superstar Surprise – Viral Video Round Up

Everybody's dancing this week, or so it seems.  Our first two examples are dance-related (no, not Dancing With the Stars, just regular dancing), and there are a couple videos I chose not to feature that have gone viral recently and feature dancing.  Somewhere… the Evolution …

Go To The 2010 Streaming Media East Conference and Expo

Says the 2010 Streaming Media All Star – no wonder I was nominated, right?  Just kidding…  Seriously though, if you want to immerse yourself in the online video industry, you really should go to the Streaming Media East conference in 2 weeks (May 11 &12th) …

Successful Online Video Interviewing With Steve Garfield

Successful Online Video Interviewing With Steve Garfield

With the popular response to our earlier review of Steve Garfield's book "Get Seen – online video tips every marketer can follow," I decided to further satiate our ReelSEO audience and have a "casual, authentic" conversation with Steve about what makes interviews with online video …

Oneupmanship, Dopplegangers, and Citizen Newsmen – Viral Video Round Up

Another week, another round of awesome viral video success stories—that's kind of the beauty of a series like this Viral Video Round Up… there's always something fresh to talk about coming around the corner. Let's begin:

The Rules of Online Video Marketing and PR

The Rules of Online Video Marketing and PR

I recently did a Skype Video interviewed with author David Meerman Scott on the 2nd release of his popular book, The New Rules of Marketing and PR, which has won praise in The New York Times and Computerworld reviews, been on the BusinessWeek bestseller list, …

Rube Goldberg, Slow-Motion and Legos – Viral Video Round Up

This has been one of the busier weeks for viral video that I can remember… at least in terms of the sheer volume of buzzed-about vids.  Let's jump right into our look at three of the best, breaking them down to find their recipe for …

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