Posts Tagged ‘ Vimeo ’

Vimeo iPhone App Now Available & Free, iPad Version In The Works

Mar 30th, 2011 | By | Category: Internet TV, iPhone, Video

Vimeo has made an interesting move – releasing a free iPhone app, designed to let you upload and manage your videos, right from your phone. And they’ve got big plans for mobile video apps – including a version for the iPad and Android devices. Here are the details. 

Bruce Sterling On The Future Of Video & ‘Vernacular Video’

Jan 23rd, 2011 | By | Category: Internet TV, Video

Science fiction author Bruce Sterling, speaking at the Vimeo Festival & Awards, offers his take on the future of video and on ‘vernacular video’. Along the way, Sterling hits on the loss of prime time and mass audiences.

Free Internet Video Production Tutorials From Vimeo

Dec 16th, 2010 | By | Category: Internet TV, Video

Vimeo has introduced a new section on their site, designed to help you make better Internet video, Vimeo Video School: We realized that one of the best ways we could nurture the incredible range of creativity on the site would be to build a system that easily allows members of all skill levels to learn more […]

New WebTV Video Blogging Plugin For WordPress

Jul 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Internet TV, Video, Video Software, Vlogs

Developer Edgar de León has introduced a new video blogging plugin for WordPress, WebTV. WebTV is designed to let you attach a video to a post and upload it to most popular video distribution sites, including YouTube, Vimeo and After your video is uploaded and processed, WebTV get and inserts the embed code from […]

Rocketboom’s Andrew Baron Launches Magma

May 12th, 2009 | By | Category: The New Media Update, Video

Andrew Baron, creator of groundbreaking video podcast Rocketboom unveiled his latest project, Magma, on Monday night at the NY Video 2.0 meeting. Magma is a video site – and a “trending topics” site – and a social community site, all in one place. Baron explains that Magma is “is an entry point for online video”. […]

WhiteHouse 2.0: The Future Of Propaganda?

May 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Commentary, Internet TV, New Media Organizations, Podcasting, Streaming Video, Video

President Barack Obama is turning the White House into a leading example of how organizations can use Internet media and social networking. In a post at the official White House Blog, The White House called its approach to the Internet WhiteHouse 2.0, noting its extensive new media and social media presence. According to The White […]

Facebook, YouTube Now Offering The Best-Quality HD Video Sharing

Dec 7th, 2008 | By | Category: Internet TV, Streaming Video, Video

TechVideoBlog has measured the HD qualities of the various video services now offering HD video sharing, and it looks like YouTube and Facebook are now the leaders.  Here are the specs they measured, along with links to example videos: Youtube HD: 1280×720 – 2mbit/s H264 – full framerate – 44hz stereo 254kbit/s AAC audio Facebook […]

Vimeo Bans Space-Hogging Gaming Videos; Are The Wild West Days Of Internet Video Coming To An End?

Jul 21st, 2008 | By | Category: Internet TV, Podcast Hosting, Video

Free video hosting service Vimeo has announced that it’s banning gaming videos, becuase they’re space hogs that don’t meet the goals of the site: The Vimeo staff has decided that we are no longer going to allow gaming videos on Vimeo. Specifically, we are no longer going to allow game walk-throughs, game strategy videos, depictions […]