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DadLabs somehow smuggled a camera into the TechCrunch Austin MeetUp and subjected the networking techies to the intense questioning of Daddy Owen. Over 700 attendees swarmed the open bars, schmoozed, and moved small objects with their throbbing tech brains. Thanks to Erick, everybody at TC, the nice people at Austin Ventures, and the MeetUpsters for tolerating us. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/10/blackarrow-rais.html San Mateo-based BlackArrow, a video-ad management system that can insert ads into broadband, video-on-demand and DVR playout, has announced $20 million in new funding, Erick Schonfeld at TechCrunch reports. Andy interviewed BlackArrow Senior Vice President Chris Hock early this summer about how their system works. Investors include Cisco Systems, Polaris Venture Partners, Comcast Interactive Capital, Mayfield Fund and Intel Capital. BlackArrow has now raised a total of $38 million in funding. The company's press release can be read here. --Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
6 Oct 2008
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Quarantine is a 2008 American horror film directed by John Erick Dowdle and starring Jennifer Carpenter. The film is a remake of the Spanish horror film [●REC]. DOWNLOAD FULL MOVIE: ==============================*******www.denedy****
15 Oct 2008
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Quarantine (film) Quarantine is a 2008 American horror film directed by John Erick Dowdle and starring Jennifer Carpenter. The film is a remake of the Spanish horror film [●REC]. Quarantine Plot Television reporter Angela Vidal (Jennifer Carpenter) and her cameraman (Steve Harris) are assigned to spend the night shift with a Los Angeles Fire Station. Sara (Crystal Lowe) joins them, when she recognises her best friend, Angela going in the building. After a routine 911 call takes them to a small apartment building, they find police officers already on the scene in response to blood curdling screams coming from one of the apartment units. They soon learn that a woman living in the building has been infected by something unknown. After a few of the residents are viciously attacked, they try to escape with the news crew in tow, only to find that the CDC has quarantined the building. Phones, internet, televisions and cell phone access have been cut-off, and officials are not relaying information to those locked inside. When the quarantine is finally lifted, the only evidence of what took place is the news crew's videotape. Quarantine Cast Jennifer Carpenter as reporter Angela VidalJennifer Carpenter as Angela Vidal Steve Harris as Angela's Cameraman Crystal Lowe as Sara Jay Hernandez as Jake Johnathon Schaech as Fletcher Columbus Short as Wilensky T.I. as James Quarantine Marketing and Release Sony Pictures has launched a viral marketing campaign for the film including a MySpace page, Facebook page and official website, a similar approach to Cloverfield, which also shares the movie's view style. The first trailer for the film was released in late May of 2008. Knotts Halloween Haunt will be promoting the film with a maze at the 2008 event. Quarantine had a set release date of October 17, 2008, but has recently been pushed up a week, and will now be released on October 10, 2008. It's rated R for bloody, violent and disturbing content, terror and language.
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Gerardo interpreta dos canciones de su mas reciente produccion "la iglesia de la calle" en un compilado donde participan cantantes como Dj Blass; Vico-C; Maicky; Ivan & AB; Baby Rasta & John Erick; Divino; Wibal y Alex; Manny Montes; Johnny L; Sammy; Chantelly & Georgie Guanabanas; R. Cela entre otros.Disfruta de este video exclusivo para Vida Extrema en su temporada especial promocional de Expolit 2008 gracial a la cortesia de Enlace Television
15 Aug 2009
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/10/program-alert-l.html 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, Blip.tv, 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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*******www.beet.tv/2008/10/microsoft-teams.html#more Microsoft and Akamai Technologies will release a beta version of a high-definition video solution for PCs in early 2009, the companies announced today. Both companies are introducing new streaming technologies to make the new service possible. More details will be discussed later this morning when Microsoft Director of Media and Advertising Evangelism Erick Schmidt speak at the Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable today (Oct 28) in New York. The program begins at 9 a.m. EDT and ends at noon. Microsoft will adapt video quality to server connection speeds with its Internet Information Services Smooth Streaming technology, making it possible for the video to start instantly without buffering. Akamai AdaptiveEdge Streaming for Microsoft Silverlight, which will be available in beta to select customers in early 2009, will build upon that technology. Andy interviewed Microsoft Chief Research and Strategy Officer Craig Mundie about Silverlight earlier this month; I republished the video above. Here is the joint press release. --Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
29 Oct 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/10/aol-chooses-bri.html AOL has selected online video platform Brightcove to begin delivering its video content across the AOL Network in early 2009, the company announced today. This will be the first implementation of Brightcove 3 by a major search portal. This is another big get for the company; last week, The New York Times announced that it is using Brightcove as its video publishing platform. Brightcove will integrate with AOL's global advertising platform to expand video advertising opportunities for AOL. AOL is major investor in Brightcove. Currently the portal is using a company-created video publishing platform. Brightcove Senior VP Adam Berrey and AOL Senior VP Fred McIntyre will discuss the news at the Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable today to talk more about the alliance. You can watch the event live on our homepage or on the Beet.TV Mogulus channel. Last night at the opening night party for our roundtable, Andy interviewed Fred McIntyre. Erick Schonfeld at TechCrunch has more details. Erick is co-moderating the Beet.TV panel today. Here's the take by the WSJ's Emily Steel, who we hope to see at our conference this morning. --Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer Update: Liz Gannes reports today that TMZ has dropped Brightcove as its video provider in favor of Digitalsmiths.
29 Oct 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/10/bliptv-has-new.html Video downloading via iTunes is a massive platform for video producers. For publishers and advertisers, there are problems: Although publishers know who subscribes or downloads videos via iTunes, they don't know much more. Moreover, advertising served into videos are "baked-in" to files. Blip.tv, the New York online video publishing site, has a solution, according to CEO and co-founder Mike Hudack. Mike made the announcement of this new product offering at our online video roundtable at the msnbc**** digital cafe. TechCrunch co-editor Erick Schonfeld, who was a moderator of the conference, first blogged about this development a few moments ago. There are other companies which serve dynamic advertising into downloadable media. Kiptronic and Podaddies are some of the best established. It may well be that the tracking aspect is the big news here. Any thoughts? Please comment. More on Mike and Blip.tv in this story by Peter Kafka at AllThingsD. Peter started this week. Congrats on new gig. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer Disclaimer: Blip.tv publishes our Flash files, distribtutes our podcast via iTunes and represents the Purple Channel in advertising sales on a non-exclusive basis.
29 Oct 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/10/msnbccom-plans.html msnbc**** has plans for interactive coverage of voting results on a hyperlocal level, Charlie Tillinghast, president and publisher told Kelsey earlier today in this interview. Visitors to the site's national map will be able to see results for both states and individual counties on election night. Not just the data for political insiders, understanding how voting is tallied on a local basis is going to be of interest to a national and local audience who want to understand the process. In addition to the map, msnbc**** will have live video streams of national coverage from NBC News and local coverage in swing states from NBC affiliates. Charlie was the host of today's Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable moderated by Dan Farber, editor-in-chief of CNET News**** and Erick Schonfeld, co-editor of TechCrunch. Special thanks to Charlie and the team at msnbc**** for hosting our event.Here's a quick summary of the event on Portfolio****. For a guide to watching Election Night on the Web, check out Liz Gannes' round-up on NewTeeVee. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
29 Oct 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/10/video-consumpti.html At MySpaceTV, some two thirds of videos are consumed on user profile pages, according to Cristian Cussen, speaking yesterday at the Beet.TV online Video Roundtable. Fellow panelist Laura Lee from YouTube said that social referrel is a big driver along with search on Google and YouTube. For Truveo, the giant AOL-owned search engine, the big driver of video consumption is the presentation of related videos, which drives two thirds of the search results, said president Peter Kocks. Finishing up this segment on search and discoverability was Suranga Chandratillake, CEO of Blinkx, the San Francisco-based search engine company which uses speech-to-text technology to understand what is being said in millions of videos. It's not surprising that the most successful video sharing sites are about, well, sharing. But for video publishers seeking to get broad viewership and create "viral" video, understanding search and discoverability is essential. This section of the panel was a good one. Hope you will check it out. The event was co-moderated by Erick Schonfeld, co-editor of TechCrunch, Dan Farber, editor-in-chief of CNET News**** and myself. Update 10/30 : Great roundup story about the event by Saul Hansell in The New York Times "Bits" Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
31 Oct 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/11/brightcove-land.html As video integration into newspaper and magazine Web sites accelerates, many wonder if in-stream advertising will prove to be profitable. We know that many of the big newspaper publishers are expanding video offerings but most are not yet successful in selling ads in or around their clips. But are in-stream ads the total value proposition of video? Adam Berry, VP of Brightcove, who speaks in this clip from the Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable, begs to differ. He says that video is an essential part of a successful web site and the greater value is the ultimate success of the site and the value of its audience. Good video makes for a better site. Amen. Perhaps a corolary would be newspapers using photography to make a richer experience, but not selling ads on the photo? After all, video production costs have become close to still photography for some publishers who are using inexpensive video cameras. Another Win for Brighcove with CondeNet Today, Brightcove announced an agreement with CondeNet to provide video services for its properties. The company has been on a roll lately with recent deals. See Beet.TV's reports on its recent agreements with The New York Times and AOL. Video Has Value to Marketers Beyond the Pre-Roll, Execs Say For marketers, the value of online video is not necessarily in-stream ads either, as is pointed out in the conversation by Bud Rosenthal, the CEO of TurnHere, the producer/syndicator of informational videos created for corporate clients. Bud makes his comments in the beginning of this segment. Shoba Purushothaman, CEO of the NewsMarket, a company which distributes corporate videos, makes a similar point. Online video is a powerful tool for marketers -- and getting the point across with information vs. conventional advertising can work very well. This part of the roundtable was moderated by Erick Schonfeld, co-editor of TechCrunch. Addendum...Can you Digg this? Some publishers like Revision3 are making progress with selling "in-program" advertising to sponsors and doing very well, reports Peter Kafka in his MediaMemo on AllthingsD this morning. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
11 Nov 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/11/video-search-en.html Blinkx, the San Francisco-based video search engine, whose shares are traded on the London Stock Exchange, today reported $6.4 million in revenue for the first six months of the fiscal year ending September 30. Although revenue is up 115 percent, the company still has a sizable burn rate. Unlike most video search engines, which are based on analyzing text metadata or recommendation engines, Blinkx employs voice-to-text technology, where spiders "listen" to the audio track of videos and categorize them. The technology has evolved from U.S. national security eavesdropping technology. Creepy, yes, but it works. Blinkx CEO Suranga Chandratillake was a panelist at the Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable on October 28 here in New York. After the session, Kelsey spoke with him about the value of video search and the utility his company provides. Erick Schonfeld of TechCrunch has an analysis of today's earnings announcement. Here's a report from Reuters. Update: 11.11: The company announced today it has indexed 32 million hours of online video and television programming. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
15 Sep 2009
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/11/big-media-will.html With the IPO window effectively shut, the most viable exist scenario for venture-backed online video companies is a sale to an established media concern. So what do acquirers want? According to CNN**** general manager K.C. Estenson, while CNN has a huge audience, it needs verticals--audiences within particular categories. He made his comments at the Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable in New York late last month. Charlie Tillinghast, president and publisher of msnbc****, said that for companies to be attractive, they have to have a proven revenue model. He says cash position, proprietary technology and a unique editorial focus also add value. In the current financial climate, Charlie says that acquisitions by companies with cash will accelerate for start-ups willing to settle for lower valuations than they were expecting. (No news here.) Based on this shocking report on the state of venture capital in VentureBeat by Matt Marshall, the pressure on start-ups to exit is sure to intensify now. Charlie and K.C. were questioned by co-moderators Erick Schonfeld of TechCrunch and CNET News****'s Dan Farber. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
13 Nov 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/11/msnbccom-claims.html Msnbc**** is claiming an election coverage victory "by a landslide" over arch online rival CNN****. According to internal numbers, the Microsoft/NBC Universal joint venture had an astounding 53 million unique visitors to the site during the week ending November 8. This would be about 400 percent above normal traffic. Citing Nielsen Online numbers, visitors to Msnbc**** spent 13.5 minutes per visit vs. 10.5 for CNN, the company reported. Also, the site claims to have had 11.5 unique visitors on Novemer 5, the day after election day, more than CNN and Yahoo!, again citing Nielsen Online. Video streaming was huge, registering over 40 million for the week ending November 8. Much of the viewing was for long periods, an average of 42 minutes. This was driven largely by the live streaming of the MSNBC cable programming presented online. These numbers were also attributed to Nielsen. On October 28 at the Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable in the msnbc**** digtial cafe in New York, moderators Dan Farber of CNET and Erick Schonfeld of TechCrunch questioned msnbc**** president and publisher Charlie Tillinghast and CNN**** Sr. VP and GM KC Estenson about how user interface drives online video consumption. Update: Yahoo!, citing comScore numbers, claims to have won the online election coverage. A spokesperson from Yahoo! just gave Beet.TV the video streaming numbers: Over a two day period (November 4 and November 5) Yahoo! News recorded more than 23 million video streams, the largest two-day period for video streams on Yahoo! News (Yahoo! internal data). --- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
18 Nov 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/11/kyte-has-ad-ser.html Kyte has launched new monetization with major ad server integrations and mobile web apps, the company announced today. Danial Graf, president and CEO of Kyte, spoke with Kelsey about these and others developments immediately after the Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable last month in New York at MSNBC. For more on this development, check out these posts by Josh Lowensohn at CNET and Erick Schonfeld at TechCrunch. -- Andy Plesser, Exeuctive Producer
26 Nov 2008
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