CES 2007- Dina Kaplan 6:33 1/9/07 Dina Kaplan from blip.tv talks about video for the web for the next year. Blip.tv is working on serialized videos for the web, giving people their own branded show. Dina also is seeing more and more people moving away from traditional TV to do more web
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Sunday, August 03, 2008
Video Bloggers are in "Style"-- The New York Times
Wow, great to read that our fellow video bloggers are gaining some attention as trend setters. The New York Times Style section's front-page story, by Alan Salkin, features a feature about a big bash organized by IgniteNYC.
Blip.tv's Dina Kaplan is on the scene at the party and is quoted about the video geek crowd.
Alas, Beet.TV was not at the party, but we agree that there is a dynamic and quickly growing video creation scene in New York and it's great to see the Times take notice.
I've reposted an earlier interview with Dina.
-- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
Disclaimer: Blip.tv publishes our videos and represents Beet.TV for sponsorship sales.
Many of the experimental advertising budgets for online video are "now gone" as a result of the fiscal crisis, says Dina Kaplan, co-founder of Blip.tv. I caught up with her yesterday at the "Future of Television" conference in Manhattan where she was a panelist.
Moving beyond the the experimental stage, Dina says she is working closely with ad agencies to create methods to determine the value of online video ads. This is clearly important as many online video creators, ad networks, and syndicators and others have predicated businesses on advertising. Let's hope Dina's method gets traction. We will report on this as it develops in the new year.
Dina was on a panel moderated by Lindsay Campbell, actress and online video celebrity journalist of Wallstrip, then MobLogic. Lindsay told me that her engagement with MobLogic had concluded and she is evaluating other opportunities. Also on the panel, posing with Dina below, were Andrew Budkofsky of Break Media (second from right), Lindsday, and J. Crowley, co-founder of Black20, a NY-based television producer of very funny web video.
Update: Peter Kafka at All Things D has a story up on changes at MobLogic.
Disclosure: Blip.tv is provides video encoding and streaming services to Beet.TV. Blip also represents the purple channel in advertising sales on a non-exclusive basis. Blip also distributes Beet's awesome podcast on iTunes. You will see how it looks on my new iPod Nano at the end of my interview with Dina.
-- Andy Plesser
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Rabbi Prof. David Hartman, Shalom Hartman Institute, Jerusalem, Israel, continues his Pomrenze lecture series with a fascinating look at the American Jewish philosopher and Jewish religious leader, Mordecai Kaplan, who developed the Reconstructionist form of Judaism
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Craig Hood's acoustic guitar and voice arrangement of Aaron Kaplan's excellent song "After the rain".
I first heard this song at the end of the film called "Flock" from 2007.
I just kept rewinding the film and listening to the song over and over.
Anna Montgomery sings on the film version.
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