Make Internet TV

Jul 15th, 2008 | By | Category: General, Internet TV, Video, Video Podcasts, Vlogs

Make Internet TV is a very cool site that explains how to create your own video podcast or video blog.

It covers the gear you need, shooting tips, editing, licensing your content, publishing and promoting your videos.

The site targets beginners, so if you’ve been wanting to try video podcasting or vlogging, but have been daunted by it, this could be a great place to start.

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  1. lord says:

    you didnt tell us anything

  2. Video Agent says:

    Well, he did say quite a bit,
    maybe too fast for you…

    Allow me to give you a more detailed explanation:

    Dean works at the
    Participatory Culture Foundation (PCF),
    a 501c3 non-profit
    based in Worcester, MA. They were founded in 2005
    with a mission to build tools and services
    that give people more ways to engage in their culture.

    PCF developed Miro,
    a free open-source desktop video application
    that is designed to make mass media more open
    and accessible for everyone.

    Miro was designed to eliminate gatekeepers
    (the large “for profit” corporations that control most broadcast TV stations) .
    Viewers can connect to any video provider that they want.
    This frees creators to use the video hosting setup
    that works best for them–
    whether they choose to self-publish or use a service.
    It’s the kind of openness that
    the internet allows and that we should all demand.

    In this video post dean talks about
    “a step-by-step instructions for shooting, editing, and publishing online videos that can be watched and subscribed to by millions of people.”


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