Video Sharing

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 ...

Quicktime To Have Built In YouTube Support

If you're an iPhone user you already know you can watch your favorite YouTube videos on it via the app. However, if you're a Quicktime user you've always had to do your encoding and video editing and then go either to YouTube's page or use ...

Major Google Video Changes Meet With Mixed Reviews

On April 14th Google announced, via their blog, that they would no longer support video uploads to Google Video but that it would continue to be a place for people to find videos (Google Blog), Changes have since been implemented at the video search page ...

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 ...

Youtube Contest and Suggestions for Making A "Good" Video

According to the reputable news organization, The Onion, Youtube has just released a new contest and is offering a $100,000 cash prize to the first user to upload a "good video" that has a "shred of originality or artistic merit," and is "actually worth watching." ...

Myspace and Fox Let You Report

MySpace has teamed up with FOX News Channel and announced an exclusive partnership on MySpace uReport at http://www.myspace.com/ureport. The partnership, the first between MySpace and FOX News, gives the global MySpace community the ability to share their citizen journalist produced content with the MySpace community, ...

Gabble - New Private Video Sharing Service From HP

Gabble is a new site from Hewlett-Packard that lets people post videos online. But unlike Google's YouTube service, which is geared to sharing with the masses, only people invited to your Gabble group can view your videos. H.P. thinks that its orientation toward privacy will ...

Bits On The Run Updates Video CMS Services and Site

Bits on the Run has been doing some work to update their service. After about a year it seems like they've got over 10,000 users now and a goodly amount of video to serve up. In order to serve that video up around the planet ...

Government Agencies Sign With YouTube, Flickr, Vimeo, and Blip

U.S. government agencies can now officially use YouTube , Flickr , Vimeo , and blip.tv , using special service agreements that comply with federal terms and conditions. Today, the General Services Administration (GSA) announced that, after nine months of negotiations, the government has signed agreements ...

How To Get Featured On YouTube - See Your Video Featured On YouTube

The video is titled "How do you get featured on YouTube?" Simply put, the answer is - Put some honey out for those "Busy Youtube Bees." Seriously though, create great content and interact with the community. "But I heard there's like a magic formula or something.... the truth.... Youtube only pays attention to what the community is doing" There are, of course, some best practices and tips that you can follow and we will continue to do our best to provide you with all the honey you need.

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