Posts Tagged ‘ Mashable ’

And Now For Something Completely Different: Monty Python And Making New Money With Old Stuff

Jan 24th, 2009 | By | Category: Commentary, Digital Music, Video

Yesterday’s article, about the newly-launched Vatican channel on YouTube, reminded us of a favorite Monty Python sketch, “The Pope and Michaelangelo,” which we embed here for your amusement. “Look – I’m the bloody Pope, I am! I may not know much about art, but I know what I like!” Priceless. It got me off on […]

The Industry Standard On Why Podcasting Is Failing

Jul 19th, 2008 | By | Category: General, Internet TV, Making Money with Podcasts, Video

Ian Lamont, at The Industry Standard, has published his take on “why podcasting is failing” reacting to the news that much-hyped podcasting startup PodTech was getting bought by ViewPartner: “Podcasting is failing as a business platform, and has failed to make a mainstream impact. The news that PodTech only managed to limp into an acquisition […]

Exclusive Interview With Revision3 CEO Jim Louderback

Jun 12th, 2008 | By | Category: Featured Story, Internet TV, Making Money with Podcasts, New Media Organizations, Podcast Distribution, Podcasting, Podcasting Networks, Video, Video Podcasts

Internet video startup Revision3, the home of Diggnation, XLR8R TV, Epic Fu and other popular video podcasts, has been making headlines since its founding in 2005.

The most recent headlines, though, have surrounded Revision3’s extended outage over Memorial Day weekend, and the way CEO Jim Louderback’s very publicly pointed the finger at anti-piracy firm MediaDefender as the cause for the outage.

Podcasting News’ Publisher Elisabeth McLaury Lewin caught up with Louderback, who answered questions about Revision3, how they plan to respond to the MediaDefender attack and his vision for the future of Internet media.

The Problem With Mashable’s Podcasters

Jan 11th, 2008 | By | Category: Corporate Podcasts, Making Money with Podcasts

Mark Hopkins at Mashable has penned an new variation on the podcasting doom and gloom story, in response to the recent news that Wizzard Media served up 1 billion podcasts in 2007. Hopkins acknowledges that “people do indeed love to download podcasts, and that it is a sharply growing medium.” But Hopkins goes on to […]