This episode of Traditional Media in Transition features Andrew Michael Baron of Rocketboom, one of the earliest video podcasts. Rocketboom is a daily international news program, based in New York City, covering a wide range of information and commentary from top news stories to contemporary Internet culture.
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Thursday, entertainment empire Disney fired a loud salvo in the struggle to unseat YouTube as the king of online video. Disney, parent company of TV network ABC, announced an agreement to join forces with free online video service Hulu.com. Disney will join Hulu’s other content partners, NBC Universal, and News Corporation, as well as Providence […]
The latest episode of the Association for Downloadable Media (ADM)’s “Get The Download” podcast series is worth taking time to listen. The program covers much of the nuts and bolts of finding advertisers or sponsorships to monetize your Internet video creations. Interviewer Cathy Brooks of Other Than That (late of video creation site Seesmic) talks […]
Podcasting News publisher Elisabeth McLaury Lewin talks with Revision 3 CEO Jim Louderback about what traditional media can learn about online advertising from Diggnation and other Internet TV shows.
Popular children’s program “Sesame Street” is celebrating its 39th year on the air with a move into Internet media, a Reuters article reports. The public television show, which debuted in 1969, is broadcast in 140 countries, and now will also be available on Hulu, YouTube, and via the iTunes Music Store, according to Sesame Workshop […]