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This is the television interview granted to Dr Nkolika Obiako-Anyabolu, a Zambian born Nigerian Medical Doctor who has a deep seated admirable talent and despite her very tight schedule still finds time to do what she loves most....PAINT!!. It was aired on Nigeria’s major TV stations in 2007. It was also broadcasted round the world. This interview affected and still affects the lives of a lot of young people esp. young women because it showed them that one can really achieve his/her dreams by simply being resilient and determined. It also showed the world that great talents can be found in Nigeria.....not just the ones that have been discovered but a lot more that are yet to be
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A compiled list of the 10 hottest women in Television history. Some of these women are currently in Television and some have starred in shows of the past. Actresses on this list come from television shows including One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl, The OC, Grey's Anatomy...and more.
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Friday, July 25, 2008
Disney/ABC Digital Chief Albert Cheng: It's All about "Deeplinking"....You Can Find "Lost" on Hulu
PALO ALTO -- Wide distribution, or "deeplinking" to ABC online video programming is essential, says Albert Cheng, head of digital operations for Disney/ABC Television. I interviewed him on Tuesday evening at Stanford after he opening night panel of the AlwaysOn conference.
To demonstrate the point, Albert told us that ABC shows "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives" can be found through searching Hulu, the big online video portal operated by NBC and News Corp. These links to ABC shows don't actually play on Hulu, but launch an ABC video player.
It's interesting how big destination sites like ABC.com are using extensive distribution strategies.
Yesterday, we blogged about the strategy over at msnbc.com
Much, much more from the AlwaysOn conference to come. Congrats to Tony Perkins and his staff for another outstanding conference.
-- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
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http://live.pirillo.com - Yes, I was watching television on my computer, and not on a TV. I was using a website to watch my shows. Does that make it any less of a TV? Do I really need a "TV" to watch my favorite television shows? TV on the Web? Really? Ohhh yeah, really. How convenient is that?
A different kind of Wow! Never Dull Productions presents the U.S. Television premiere of the BBC produced 1-hour special of the 2008 Paralympic World Cup Games in Manchester, England. As far as we know, this will be the only U.S. broadcast of Paralympics sports before the 2008 Beijing Paralympics. For date and channel, email neverdullearthlink.net
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Advertising networks are fragmenting into specialized verticals like travel ad networks, women's ad networks and gay ad networks, according to Frank Addante, serial entrepreneur and CEO of advertising technology company The Rubicon Project. The fragmentation is mimicking the way television stations split off into cable channels, he says.
Addante discussed the benefits and challenges of this trend when I interviewed him at the TechCrunch50 conference last week.
The Rubicon Project is a portfolio company of Clearstone Venture Partners.
--Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer