Rekha has come to television, but all on her own terms. The actress has agreed to start off with television, but with her very own shows.
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Nicholas Gurewitch creator of the Perry Bible Fellowship comic strip wonders what the world would be like if other artists would have decided to shelve their popular creations earlier.
Interview by TalkingHeadTV**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
Here's the first video from the West Coast! I hiked up to the Griffith Observatory - the view from the top is amazing.
At the most recent PubCon conference in Las Vegas SearchEngineWorld video content producer Vanessa Zamora had the opportunity to spend some time with Brian Carter, who is the director of SEO, PPC and social media at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina-based Web design, hosting and e-mail marketing company Fuel Interactive.
Psychotherapists talk about their therapies.
The Humble Hustler team takes a few days off and goes to the Bahamas for some rest and relaxation. Lamborghini's, private jets, a luxury villa in paradise and a private chef... Work hard, play hard.
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Bruce gets pounded on his own terms
The Internet is not just for surfing anymore. Itís now the first place many people are turning to when they want to do everything from watch television shows, listen to music, catch a movie or keep informed. Now prime time is anytime. Networks and cable stations are starting to offer digital programming that can stream to your computer and go mobile with your portable video device. And this is just the beginning.The Consumer Electronics Association estimates that by the end of 2005 over 40 million homes will be using high-speed Internet connections, giving people anytime access to their favorite sports, news and entertainment that can be enjoyed on their desktop and laptop computers and on their living room TV.People have new power at their fingertips as new technologies give them access to entertainment they can control on their own terms. Services like the TivoToGo and new Internet-connected entertainment systems like Intelís Viiv (rhymes with five) technology will help digital entertainment go mainstream in 2006.
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Wednesday, July 23, 2008
YouTube: A Double-Edged Sword for Political Candidates
PALO ALTO--Two years ago, former Virgina Sen. George Allen lost his bid for reelection after a YouTube video of him calling a Democratic volunteer "macaca" became an instant hit. Today, political "gotchya videos" are surfacing on YouTube every few days, and candidates have never had to be more careful about what they say.
But they've also never had such unfettered access to the voting public. They're able to communicate with voters on their own terms, without a media filter--a phenomenon that Steve Grove, head of news and politics at YouTube, said is changing the media ecosystem and bringing greater transparency to both campaigning and reporting.
Steve was a speaker at the Beet.TV online video executive conference held here at Stanford yesterday.
--Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer