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* TNS MEDIA RESEARCH will analyze data from 100,000 DirecTV boxes. * SHOWTIME to stream Emmy screeners online. * THE NAB says the DTV education campaign has worked. Consumer Reports disagrees. * THE OSCARS prepares back-up plan for awards show. * AT&T and YAHOO reach ad rev sharing deal. Get the full story at *******www.Media30****.
1 Feb 2008
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Author and video podcaster Richard Harrington shows us the new Adobe Media Player at the 2008 NAB in Las Vegas.
17 Apr 2008
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Rich Harrington and Mark Weiser, authors of Producing Video Podcasts, discuss their book and their experience at NAB 2008.
9 Feb 2009
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*Local mobile television all the rage at NAB. *VIACOM, MGM and LION'S GATE will launch premium cable channel. *MICROSOFT experimenting with subscription software suite. *GOOGLE will sell more ad space in the UK than ITV. *GOOGLE VIDEO to receive face lift. *MYSPACE, PLAYLIST**** partnership results in #1 application.
21 Apr 2008
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If you've attended MacWorld or NAB in the past, you've seen The John Lennon Bus there. Ever wonder what The John Lennon bus is all about? What they have in there? This episode will show you the bus and the technology behind it.
4 Jul 2008
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Check out the latest in hubs, cards, switchers plus much more from BlackMagic Design. In this episode, Dan May, President of Blackmagic Design runs through a list of 10 new products they debuted at NAB 2008.
4 Jul 2008
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At the Final Cut Pro Supermeet at NAB 2008 we got a chance to see the new Eclipse CX color correction panel. No more messing with the mouse and keyboard shortcuts, use this great panel to do quick Color corrections in Apple's Color application.
4 Jul 2008
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La Cie was displaying at the Final Cut Pro Supermeet in NAB 2008 their new HD monitor for video monitoring along with a couple of desktop hard drives perfect for Final Cut Pro editing on the road.
4 Jul 2008
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At NAB Ikan showed me their new SDI monitor. Its colors were vivid and its price,,,LOW! *******www.filmmakingcentral**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Apr 2009
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******* LAS VEGAS -- Live television delivery to mobile devices is a big focus of working groups and exhibitors here at the annual NAB convention, according to Chris Brown, the NAB executive in charge of the show. While broadband and wireless companies can stream video to mobile devices, broadcasters are not yet capable. Chris says he expects this to change and that it is a big opportunity for the industry. David Rehr, chief executive of the NAB, said in his State of the Industry speech Monday: "By 2012, we expect 130 million phones and 25 million media players will be able to receive mobile television. An NAB study concluded that TV broadcasters could see incremental revenue of more than $2 billion after 2012 with mobile DTV (digital television). I believe, the revenue upside is probably greater than we can even imagine." Chris tells Beet.TV that other important innovation explored at the show are 3-D both in hardware and content. Economics in Focus In light of these difficult financial times, he says that many attendees are looking to technology to save costs and boost revenue. It would appear that the economic climate has impacted attendance this year, with attendance down about 20 percent, the Las Vegas Sun reported yesterday. Much more to come from NAB on Beet.TV -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
24 Apr 2009
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******* LAS VEGAS --- In an effort to deliver the same experience for HD online video streams for consumers with different bandwidth connections, the industry is embracing a technology called "adaptive streaming." Here at the annual NAB conference, Microsoft released its product called Smooth Streaming. On Monday at the Microsoft booth on the convention floor, Beet.TV caught up with Steve Sklepowich for a demo and chat. Steve explains that Smooth can be streamed on on http-based servers, not necessarily dedicated media servers. This presmumably can help publishers and advertisers with the cost of distributing this high bandwidth content. Microsoft has a demo for Smooth which is now live. One of the big players in the adaptive streaming movement is Akamai. Earlier this year, we spoke with Akamai CTO Mike Afergan about why adaptive streaming is important. Other CDN's are embracing adaptive streaming, as is Adobe. Here's an analysis of adaptive streaming by Ryan Lawler over at Contentinople. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
24 Apr 2009
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******* LAS VEGAS -- We read the coverage about Adobe's Flash coming to television sets, which is an important development. But this Flash content will only play on new television sets with new chips. It will take quite some time. Some of it is here already with the new Intel/Yahoo! collaboration, as we reported recently. For us, the big news is a new video framework for building online video players, called Strobe. It will be released later this year and it could be widely adopted. Adobe hopes this will create the standardization of video players. Yesterday we caught up with Adobe's Ashley Still who explains the deep functionality of the new player framework. Clearly there is big problem with the lack of standards for hundreds of different video players. This effects everything from advertising to syndication to sharing to SEO. If Adobe can create an industry standard around video players, then this could be huge. We think it's big news. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
24 Apr 2009
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Lisa Osborne - NAB 2009 Red Couch Interview
9 Jul 2009
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Sami Scripter, co-author of "Cooking from the Heart: The Hmong Kitchen in America," explains how Three-Color Dessert (Nab Vam) is made. The recipe is featured in "Cooking from the Heart," published by University of Minnesota Press.
30 Jun 2009
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Talented forward sensation, Taylor Walker from the Adelaide Football Club has been awarded the NAB AFL Rising Star 2009 nomination for Round 10. Walker - recruited from Broken Hill through the NSW Scholarship Program with pick 75 in the 2007 National Draft - kicked 5 first-half goals in Adelaide's 27 point victory over reigning premier Hawthorn at AAMI Stadium on Sunday, taking his goal-kicking tally to 20 in his debut season. 'Texas' becomes the third Crows' youngster nominated for the NAB AFL Rising Star award in 2009 following the recognition of Patrick Dangerfield in Round 3 and Andy Otten in Round 9.
9 Feb 2010
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