Posts Tagged ‘ Diggnation ’

Revision3 Growing Through The Recession

Feb 3rd, 2010 | By | Category: Internet TV, Podcasting Networks, Streaming Video

Video podcast network Revision3 has announced its growth results for 2009, highlighting several milestones for the company: Revision3’s programs were viewed nearly 70M times during 2009; Revenue grew 30%; Average deal size grew by 50%; and They added Ford, Adidas, Coors, Nokia and Panasonic as major advertisers. Revision3 also added 10 new shows in 2009: […]

Is Twitter The Future Of Television?

May 26th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Story, Internet TV, Microblogging, Video

The days of televisions being broadcasting terminals are over; the future of television is open and interactive. You don’t watch TV anymore – you Twitter about it, blog about it, embed it, respond to it and remix it.

What Old Media Can Learn About Advertising From Diggnation

Jan 27th, 2009 | By | Category: Commentary, Featured Story, Internet TV, Making Money with Podcasts, Video

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.

Diggnation Hosts Do Zune Infomercial

Jul 14th, 2008 | By | Category: Internet TV, iPods & Portable Media Players, Making Money with Podcasts, Video

In this video, Alex Albrecht and Kevin Rose of Diggnation do a demo for Microsoft’s Zune digital media player. Yeah – it’s an informercial. What makes it interesting, though, is that Microsoft is turning to video podcasters to help get the Zune some geek cred. This wouldn’t work with all products, and this sort of […]

Revision3 Podcast Network Hacked, Attacked By MediaDefender

May 29th, 2008 | By | Category: Digital Video Recorder, Featured Story, General, Internet TV, Podcast Distribution, Video

Jim Louderback, CEO of podcasting/new media network Revision3, has an explanation for why his site died over Memorial Day weekend: they were hacked and attacked by MediaDefender, a company that works for the music and film industries doing anti-piracy work.

“Media Defender was abusing one of Revision3’s servers for their own purposes, without our approval,” says Louderback. “They willingly admitted to abusing Revision3’s network, over a period of months, by injecting a broad array of torrents into our tracking server.”

My ad:tech SF Schedule

Apr 15th, 2008 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Making Money with Podcasts, New Media Organizations, Podcasting Events, Video

Today through Thursday, I’m in San Francisco to attend ad:tech, one of a series of conventions focused on advertising and digital marketing. I will be covering the event for Podcasting News, trying to get a sense of what’s happening in downloadable media from the sponsor and advertiser’s point of view. I’m also here to make […]