Posts Tagged ‘ Sony ’

Which Portable Audio Recorder Will Run The Longest On Battery Power?

Nov 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Podcasting, Podcasting Hardware

If you do location recording, you probably use a battery-powered portable audio recorder. WingFieldAudio did a battery life comparison test on the recorders that they sell, and found that there was a huge range in how long the recorders could work. Here are their top 10: 10 Top Long-Lasting Battery-Powered Portable Audio Recorders Sony PCM-M10 […]



Sony Intros PCM M10 Portable audio recorder

Jul 22nd, 2009 | By | Category: Podcasting Hardware

Sony has introduced a new portable audio recorder, the PCM-M10 Linear PCM Recorder. The PCM-M10 is designed to be small and rugged, but offer an extensive range of features, including: dedicated transport buttons; a five-second pre-record buffer; WAV and MP3 format record and play; USB port for easy upload/downloads; Digital Pitch Control; a MicroSD/Memory Stick […]



Sony Opens Catalog To eMusic Subscribers – But Only Oldies

Jun 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Digital Music

In its first press release since February, online music retailer eMusic announced on Monday that it had inked a deal with giant record label Sony Music Entertainment. eMusic, which offers music downloads by subscription (starting at 24 per month for $11.99), will have access to Sony’s immense music catalog — but only tunes that are […]



Hulu To Add Music Videos Soon?

Apr 24th, 2009 | By | Category: Digital Music, Streaming Video, The New Media Update, Video

Business news source Bloomberg reports that, according to sources “with knowledge of the discussions,” streaming video powerhouse Hulu.com, is in talks with record labels to offer music videos on the site. Major music companies Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and EMI Group are rumored to be in discussion with the video […]



Zero Interest In Zune, Sony Media Players Among Teens

Apr 10th, 2009 | By | Category: iPods & Portable Media Players

Piper Jaffray reports a rather surprising fact: there’s zero interest among teens for portable media players other than the iPod. “Apple’s dominance in the PMP market remains largely unchecked, and it is clear to us that Apple has captured the ‘cool factor’ among high school students across America,” said Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster. Credit has […]



Sony Intros Mini HD Camera With GPS

Apr 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Video

Sony today unveiled a new high-definition camcorder, the HDR-TG5V Handycam. The camcorder captures 1920×1080 high-definition video and can snap four-megapixel photos. The model includes 16GB of Flash memory (a portion of which is used for data management), embedded GPS and a new “intuitive” user interface for the touch-panel LCD. The HDR-TG5V has a built-in GPS […]



New App, doubleTwist, Like iTunes For All Your Gadgets, Sites!

Feb 24th, 2009 | By | Category: Internet TV, Podcast Distribution, Video, Video Software

Startup company doubleTwist today launched a public beta of a new universal media application for the Mac that’s like iTunes for everything. doubleTwist’s goal for the product is to be ”a single, streamlined interface that connects to any device, media source or network.” In other words, they want to make moving your media around, from your […]



UKPA Chair Concludes Term, Looks Back

Dec 1st, 2008 | By | Category: General, New Media Organizations, Podcasting, Podcasting Law

Last week, the UK Podcasters Association appointed Neil Fairbrother (of Pod3.tv) their new chairman. Previously the position was held by Dean Whitbread, one of the founders of the organization. I caught up with Dean recently, and asked him to give me a rundown of the things he and the UKPA worked on, fought against, and/or […]



Exclusive: Andrew Baron On Rocketboom’s 7-Figure Deal With Sony

Aug 5th, 2008 | By | Category: Featured Story, Making Money with Podcasts, Podcasting, Video, Video Podcasts

Rocketboom has announced a big distribution and advertising deal with Sony Pictures, giving the daily video blog exposure and promotion across all of Sony’s IP universe: via PS/3, Bravia TV and Crackle.

We talked with Rocketboom creator Andrew Michael Baron about the deal, the future of Rocketboom and more.



Five Ways To Get YouTube On Your TV

Jun 19th, 2008 | By | Category: General

YouTube has announced that it’s going to test out hosting long-form videos and even full-length movies, with its new site feature The YouTube Screening Room. As Internet videos get longer, though, viewing them on your computer starts to look pretty lame. Fortunately, there are a growing number of ways you can get YouTube and other […]