Sat, 30 December 2006
Live on Talkshoe - Bad Dragons, Good ISPs, HD over the Web, and The World According to Mark Cuban
Tue, 19 December 2006
A Review of 2006 and a Glimpse of 2007. Move to Internet Video, Making money with it, the Camera Revolution, HD Format Wars, Games and Cel Phones.
Thu, 7 December 2006
Sony goes progressive, Yahoo loses its edge, Apple acquires the super patent, MPAA proves they are still clueless.
Mon, 27 November 2006
Hobbits Losing Their Direction, DMCA Changing Its Tunes, Reporting Goes Overseas and Everyone Loves Al Jazeera
Wed, 22 November 2006
Local Goes Global, Daily Motion Means You Tube in French, Nightly News Goes iTunes, and the Weinsteins Ruin Home Entertainment
Wed, 15 November 2006
Microsoft Zunes the Dollar, Studios Cash in with Online, Ads Could and Should be Content, and a man is arrested for playing Beatles songs on a Harmonica.
Tue, 7 November 2006
Vloggies, Crazy Small HD Cameras, How Radio Works and Why DRM doesn't...How Final Cut began...
Wed, 1 November 2006
Talent Agencies eye online media, Brightcove creates a network for everyone, Adobe releases Soundbooth Beta, and We all love HDMI
Thu, 26 October 2006
Apple and Adobe purchases, Geeky Podcast Money, Old Media / Tom Cruise: Dead, YouTube / Boy Scouts won't protect you.
Fri, 20 October 2006
Alex, John, and Kenji discuss digital doubles, simultaneous movie release, PS3 pre-orders, and more...
Fri, 13 October 2006
Alex, Emery, Kenji, Scott and John discuss George Lucas's exit from film, Googles marries/eats You Tube and John does a great Pirate.
Fri, 13 October 2006
Leo, Alex and Frank Linhares talk about the effect of a global market for media talent.
Wed, 4 October 2006
Alex Lindsay, Scott Bourne, John Foster, and Kenji Kato breakdown some of the various methods they have for Podcasting (hardware and software discussion).
Thu, 28 September 2006
Teen CEOs, Victorian Internet, Netcasting, Soapbox, Tubesock, Zune, Mylo, Democracy Player, HVR-Z1U
Tue, 19 September 2006
iTunes 'iTV', Microsoft Zune, Final Cut Pro 5.1.2, The infamous Red camera
Mon, 11 September 2006
Apple "It's Showtime" event, Amazon Unbox, Myspace music, Bud.tv, and more
Mon, 28 August 2006
iTunes movie store, YouTube ad products, Movie transfers to DVD, kids and blogs, Dylan on modern recordings
Mon, 21 August 2006
Alex Lindsay, Ron Brinkmann, Daryn Okada, and Steve Wright discuss the ins and outs of film vs. video.
Mon, 31 July 2006
Alex's trip to India, Yahoo vs. DRM, youTube EULA, AMD buys ATI, Darwin Dimensions Evolver
Thu, 20 July 2006
YouTube Sued, Open Source 3D, The Long Tail
Wed, 12 July 2006
Guba signs deal with Sony, Microsoft Argo, RIP Kodachrome, Pirates in JPEG2000
Fri, 7 July 2006
Wed, 28 June 2006
Food poisoning, ads in Google video, making money on the Net, PS3, the Resurrection of Brando
Sun, 25 June 2006
Live from NYU, we discuss Movies on iTunes, Shake price drops and downloading movies over the internet.
Thu, 8 June 2006
Thu, 1 June 2006
Canon Drops Film
Windows Media Photo out to beat JPEG?
Patent Office Has Problems With Infamous JPEG Patent
Video Consumption Up Heavily
Think the Internet will replace TV ? Think again
Cablevision sued over planned digital service
Fri, 26 May 2006
*MTV launches a service that looked exactly like what we asked for! -
Will we give up the iPod?*
MTV Overdrive doesn't do Macs:
In order to offer a broad selection of full-length music videos
on-demand and free of charge, MTV Overdrive uses Windows Digital Rights
Management (DRM) to protect videos from unauthorized re-distribution.
*High-definition video could choke Internet*
*Tivo and Blockbuster team up...to get rid of the DVDs*
*Sony and Panasonic creates new format*
Sat, 20 May 2006
This week we go to Hollywood to talk to Ron Brinkman, Daryn Akada, and Fred Johnson about the rising prices of movies and what's behind it.
Art and Science
The VFX Show
Persistence of Vision
Pixel Liberation Front
Forensic Marking 1
Forensic Marking 2
405 The Movie
Sat, 13 May 2006
Net neutrality revisited, E3, and the future of distribution and advertising
Wed, 3 May 2006
The crew talks about Free Online Shows, HD over the net, Theaters on the edge, More bad laws, and cool visual effects happenings.
Thu, 27 April 2006
The Red Camera, IPTV, and new releases at the National Association of Broadcasters' Convention.
Fri, 21 April 2006
Re-Cap from last week
What are the true differences between Blue-Ray and HD-DVD?
iTunes Pricing Follow-up
Sony releases PSP online Video store (But with horrible DRM)
CNET launches CNET TV
Phillips working on channel control
EFF and RIAA collide
Is Film Dead?
Should Broadband Content cost extra for Bandwidth?
What do we expect at NAB?
New Apple Hardware/Software, Red Camera, F-950 rev
Broadband video, 1080p, 444, Direct-to-Drive acquisition
Thu, 13 April 2006
iTunes, HD-DVDs, Red Cameras and Emery's Hold Music
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