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Big Joe Boone, chief health nut of Juicing Tips: *******www.juicingtips****, addresses subscriber mail , wondering about how to make beet juice, and Joe covers: side effects of eating beets, the benefits of beet juice and cleansing the liver.
21 May 2008
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How to make spinach beet and walnut salad. Visit to experience a new video cookbook with delicious summertime recipes, perfect for your picnic basket or backyard BBQ table.
24 May 2008
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In between interviews, we shot some video of the interior and exterior of the Googleplex. Check out the Legos, building blocks, beach volleyball, garden, the SpaceShipOne replica and the Tyrannosaurus Rex in the garden! I particularly enjoyed the fresh fruit. I hope you enjoy our tour. --Andy Plesser, Executive Producer *******
30 Jul 2008
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Tuesday, August 05, 2008 The New York Times Declares Beets an "Improbable Superfood" Here at Beet.TV we eat beets whenever we can. We've always loved to grill, boil and juice them. Now, it seems that our little root vegetable is getting some press for their taste and super nutritional value. We were pleased to see that The New York Times providing extensive coverage of our root veggie. Writes Martha Rose Schulman in yesterday's paper: "It’s easy to love fresh beets, and not just for their nutritional advantages. Beets have an earthy, hard-to-define flavor like no other vegetable’s, one reason they so often appear on high-end restaurant menus." Seems that the online chatter about beets has heated up since Tara Parker-Pope wrote a column last month pondering why beets don't get more respect. Turns our namesake is loaded with nutrients and phytochemicals. Tara calls beets an "improbable superfood." Earlier The Times listed the "11 Best Foods You Aren't Eating" -- and beets occupied the number one spot. At this time of year, there is an abundance of fresh beets at the nearby farmers market in Union Square. Kelsey went over to market the other day to interview beet grower Nevia No of Yuno's Farm. Believe in beets! -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
8 Aug 2008
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******* We are producing a live show of our online video industry summit on Tuesday, October 28 from 9-noon EDT, from the msnbc**** digital cafe at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, headquarters of NBC. CNET News**** Dan Farber and TechCrunch co-editor Erick Schonfeld will join me in moderating in-depth discussions on technology, monetization and the changing role of video in journalism and entertainment. Charlie Tillinghast, president and publisher of msnbc**** is hosting us. Among the thirty participants are senior executives from AOL, Akamai, Adap.TV, BigThink,, Brightcove, Blinkx, CondeNet, CNN, e-Marketer, Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal, HowCast, Kyte, msnbc****, Microsoft, Mogulus, MySpace, NextNewNetworks, the Newsmarket, The Deal, Truveo, TurnHere, The Washington Post, Yahoo!, YouTube and others. We are streaming the video on our channel on Mogulus. You can watch it live or later on demand. If you want to grab the embed code to stream on your blog or site, please do. You will find the code on our Mogulus page. Also, we will be publishing numerous segments from the conference and one-on-one interviews with participants over the next several weeks. Yesterday in Madison Park, I spoke with Kelsey about the conference and developments at Beet.TV. I've posted our chat above. It is all very exciting! Although we can't physically accommodate you at the event, we invite you to watch right here on Beet.TV. There is no charge or registration. I hope you will join us and hope you find it informative. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer A Note about Our Show: The webcast is being produced by Beet.TV and streamed on Mogulus. It is not being produced by msnbc**** or NBC. So, it should work fine -- but it wont be, ah, super slick.
4 Oct 2009
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Want to know how to make pickled beets? Eric's Pickled Beets recipe is easy and taste great. Its a classic Gardenfork recipe, so simple even Eric can do it. Watch and then visit our viewer forum, The Green House. Distributed by Tubemogul.
11 Dec 2008
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******* Akamai, the world's largest content delivery network, a giant network of servers around the globe which streams video for Reuters, MySpace, Metacafe NBC, CBS, CNN, the BBC and many others, is sponsoring Beet.TV for the next 30 days with an exclusive in-stream advertising message running in our 800 clips. The overlay links to a marketing page with video testimonials from executives from MySpace and Metacafe. Here's a statement about the Beet sponsorship from Akamai's Suzanne Johnson, Senior Industry Marketing Manager for Digital Media: "Beet.TV offers in depth and on point coverage of the fast paced digital media and Web 2.0 business world. What makes Beet TV unique is its adoption of video as its communications medium and online syndication to extend its reach. Akamai is excited to support Beet in bringing this innovative and very relevant coverage to digital media audiences across the Internet." Wow, thanks Suzanne! And thanks to Dina Kaplan at for selling this sponsorship for the purple channel. Blip is also managing the insertion of overlay ads. I've republished my interview with Suzanne from September on this page. She talks about the company's media acceleration technology and how it is being implemented by Metacafe. Welcome, Akamai, to Beet.TV. We are pleased to have you. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
30 Dec 2008
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******* Starting today and for the next two weeks, Beet.TV's 800 videos will feature a 30 second post-roll ad campaign for "Changing the Present," a nonprofit organization that connects consumers with a choice of 1500 charitable gifts. Earlier this month, I interviewed Executive Creative Director Kevin McKeon of StrawberryFrog, the highly regarded advertising agency responsible for the campaign. The ads begin as conventional commercials for pricey cars or jewelry and then there's a shock: The new Lexus is a goat, in an appeal to provide funding for livestock for impoverished farmers. A jewelry box contains a hypodermic needle in an appeal for funding for polio vaccinations for entire villages. "It's just to get people to think about gift giving in a different way and to do it in a way that's unexpected for that category," he says. "They're usually very sappy or make you feel guilty. [Our purpose is] to bring a little humor to it, to not make people feel like you're a bad person if you don't do it, but just to get them to remember that idea." These are great ads for an important cause. We are pleased at Beet.TV to host the ad for the next couple of weeks. We hope that our colleagues in the online video content creation and syndication will integrate more public service messages into videos; it's important. The post roll ad is being implemented and hosted by --Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
30 Dec 2008
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We thought we'd start off the year with a detox recipe that is both delicious and cleansing for the body. This Beet Edamame Mint Salad with Lemon Flax Dressing does the trick. Distributed by Tubemogul.
5 Jan 2009
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*******www.suprememastertv**** - Canadian Late Harvest Lunch: Curried Pear Squash Soup & Sweet Beets (In English). Episode: 819, Air date: 11 - Dec - 2008.
9 Feb 2009
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******* We were delighted to hear about Michelle Obama's plans for an organic vegetable garden on the White House grounds. But were dismayed, along with many foodie bloggers, to learn that beets are not a among the 55 varieties of vegetables planned for the garden. Tara Parker-Pope reported on this in The New York Times reported earlier this week. Not sure if this is part of the President's stated dislike of the our favorite root vegetable, but we hope not. Beets are "the new super food" -- very healthy and delicious. We suggest the White House plant heirloom beets (see them in this salad on this page), the small ones brought over from France about 35 years ago. For more about these tiny, tasty beets, I interviewed famed Santa Monica/New York chef/restaurateur/uber foodie Michael McCarty of Michael's. Hey Mr. President, EAT BEETS! -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer Posted on Mar 28, 2009
31 Mar 2009
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******* HOLLYWOOD -- comScore, which closely tracks the online viewing and shopping of 2 million individuals, has found extraordinary "lift" in online video advertising on consumer behavior. In an interview with Beet.TV, comScore co-founder and chairman Gian Fulgoni says that exposure to online video advertising can lead to a 40 percent increase in buying a product or service. We caught up with him after his keynote address at OMMA conference. Daisy Whtney has a report on his speech up on NewTeeVee. Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
4 Apr 2009
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14 Apr 2009
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From ******* Daisy Whitney, one of the most astute chroniclers of the online video scene, and an online video celebrity herself, has joined Beet.TV as a regular contributor. Her title is Senior Producer. Daisy's byline graces TV Week, MediaPost and other outlets. She has a podcast, titled The Week in Media and video blog titled the New Media Minute. Oh, and by the way, the Brown University grad writes non fiction books and consults and has giant following on Twitter. Whew! Sure glad she has time for Beet.TV! This segment was taped and edited by Daisy's gifted husband and independent television news producer Jeff Brooks who is also helping Beet.TV producing segments on the West Coast. I suppose you could say we have a San Francisco bureau now! It is very exciting to have someone of Daisy's skill, expertise and integrity working with on the show. Welcome Daisy. Wow! Here's Daisy's post from this morning on Showtime and YouTube. Andy Plesser, Executive Producer and Founder
25 Jun 2009
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Ginger Beets and Celery Juice Vegetable juice for good health. Know for it's health benefits Ginger can be an excellent addition to vegetable juice. Beats and Celery are high in nutritional benefits and would add greatly to any vegetable drink.
16 Jun 2009
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*******celticozarkgarden.blogspot**** A video by Ray Province of the Celtic Ozark Garden to how to grow beets.
21 Jul 2009
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