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Aman Khani

Benefits of Cumulus Cloud Broadcasting Platform - 1 views

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    Cumulus Broadcasting platform supports multichannel playout for live and nonlinear feeds. It includes hybrid layout architecture that enables playout either on the cloud or at the edge of affiliate platforms.
J Black

Full Disclosure » Blog Archive » Forget broadcasting, the future is narrowcasting | Blogs | - 0 views

  • Media organizations the world over are currently focusing on the future of their businesses. As audience and viewer attention fragments and the internet fuels a wholly different kind of information consumption there are many siren voices suggesting that traditional media business models are dead, or in some cases on life support. Rising print and distribution costs and flagging advertising are driving even flagship newspapers and magazines to slash their costs, jettison journalists and production staff, and in some cases, go entirely out of business. In Britain, television companies like ITV — once described as having a license to print money — are reconsidering their entire business rationale and, crucially, their future relationship with viewers and consumers. Yet this week the world’s largest multimedia news agency, Reuters, unveils what we believe will be the future of news dissemination — not broadcasting, but narrowcasting.
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    Media organizations the world over are currently focusing on the future of their businesses. As audience and viewer attention fragments and the internet fuels a wholly different kind of information consumption there are many siren voices suggesting that traditional media business models are dead, or in some cases on life support. Rising print and distribution costs and flagging advertising are driving even flagship newspapers and magazines to slash their costs, jettison journalists and production staff, and in some cases, go entirely out of business. In Britain, television companies like ITV - once described as having a license to print money - are reconsidering their entire business rationale and, crucially, their future relationship with viewers and consumers. Yet this week the world's largest multimedia news agency, Reuters, unveils what we believe will be the future of news dissemination - not broadcasting, but narrowcasting.
mbarek Akaddar

Mixlr | Broadcast Live, High Quality Audio. Musicians, Bands, DJs and more. Windows and Mac OSX. - 25 views

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    Essential tool for broadcasting live, high-quality audi
Bill Graziadei, Ph.D. (aka Dr. G)

Your School | Broadcast Your Classroom - 0 views

Steve Ransom

Understanding 9/11: A Television News Archive - 21 views

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    The 9/11 Television News Archive is a library of news coverage of the events of 9/11/2001 and their aftermath as presented by U.S. and international broadcasters. A resource for scholars, journalists, and the public, it presents one week of news broadcasts for study, research and analysis.
Rick Beach

Free Internet Radio - Social Broadcasting | BlogTalkRadio - 0 views

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    Create your own radio broadcast show for free on BlogTalkRadio
Jeff Johnson

Mogulus Live Broadcast - Watch Free Live Video and Chat - Live Stream On Your Website - 0 views

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    Make your own streaming station - very interesting
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    Watch Live TV or Broadcast Live On Your Website, Free or Pro, Live Streaming Video, Video Chat Rooms, Internet TV, Free Live TV
Ruth Howard

Livestream - Broadcast LIVE streaming video - 33 views

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    Televise your classroom/view others.Livestreaming video
Aman Khani

Local TV Ad Insertion Platform for Accurate Ad Splicing - 0 views

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    Amagi's STORM is an innovative, dynamic ad insertion platform which offers seamless local ad insertion, splicing, and stitching solution. The platform offers multitude of features to broadcasters and TV networks including content regionalization, content masking, and ad versioning.
Jeff Johnson

Broward teachers learn a lesson from an 11-year-old - Miami-Dade - MiamiHerald.com - 0 views

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    In most schools, the adults teach the children. But in some Broward County classrooms on Friday, the roles were reversed. The teacher was Adora Svitak, an 11-year-old prodigy and published author from Washington state. She delivered the day's lesson -- a seminar on effective teaching -- live from the television studio in her basement in Redmond. It was broadcast through the Internet into 10 South Florida middle schools.
Liam Martin

Academic Goals: If you want to succeed, keep your goals to yourself… | 30 Minutes a Day to a 4.0 GPA VTABLOG - 0 views

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    Results from a new study from New York University suggest that whatever your goal, keeping it to yourself is a better idea than broadcasting it to the world.
Tom Daccord

TwHistory - 0 views

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    "Welcome to TwHistory. We believe that history is filled with exciting stories. We also believe that these stories can be told through Twitter; through the people who lived and experienced them. We go through journals, diaries, letters, and other original sources to deliver the day-to-day lives of people who lived through some of histories most exciting times. We broadcast this information through Twitter, and feel this is a new and exciting approach to understanding history."
Dennis OConnor

John Quincy Adams, Twitterer? - NYTimes.com - 0 views

  • They may be two centuries old, but, written with staccato-like brevity, entries from one of Adams’s diaries resemble tweets sufficiently that they began appearing Wednesday on Twitter.
  • The diary, which Adams maintained until April 1836, is a rarity among the many he kept, in that the description for each day is no more than one line long. Historians believe he used the descriptions as references to longer entries in other journals.
  • The posts will link to maps that, using the latitude and longitude coordinates from his entries, pinpoint his progress across the ocean. There will also be links to the longer entries of other Adams diaries, which can be found on the society’s Web site, http://www.masshist.org/jqadiaries/.
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  • Word spread, and the society decided to tweet the entries. They average 110 to 120 characters, below the 140-character limit imposed by Twitter, and there is nary an LOL or BFF among them.
  • The idea appears to be working. As of Wednesday evening, only nine hours after the first entry was Twittered, the post had more than 4,800 followers, and Mr. Dibbell said the number was climbing.
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    Clever use of social networking tech. The initial take on twitter was that it just broadcast mindless sort personal observations. This use turns that idea around. Interesting way to teach a bit of history. What if we started tweeting Basho & Issa, the great Japanese haiku poets? Hmmm sounds like a fun lit project doesn't it?
Karen Vitek

Electronic Field Trip | National Park Foundation - 22 views

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    "National Park Foundation, The Official Charity of America's National Parks: Discover Your Parks Sign In Give Now NPF News: * Happy Holidays! As a gift from NPF, download our free National Parks screensaver! * UL Announces Multi-Year Sponsorship of the National Christmas Tree Lighting * Jordin Sparks, Celtic Woman, Joshua Redman Join National Christmas Tree Lighting * Sheryl Crow, Common and Ray LaMontagne Perform At Nat'l Christmas Tree Lighting * National Christmas Tree Lighting Broadcast Nationally On PBS Beginning Dec 4 * NPF Invites Americans To Honor Veterans Day By Supporting Flight 93 RSS Tell Your Friends Electronic Field Trip The EFT, or Electronic Field Trip, is an interactive, live, educational experience that breaks down the geographic barrier between youth and our national treasures and creates a shared classroom experience with park rangers, fellow students and classrooms across the country."
Martin Burrett

Spreaker - Online Radio - 0 views

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    One of the best sites I have seen for making podcasts. Either record live or a pre-recorded broadcast. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts
Aman Khani

OTT Video Platform: Changing the Face of Digital Media - 0 views

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    With the advancement of technology, there has been an immense success in the field of television broadcasting & internet technology.
Peter Horsfield

Joseph Prince - Free Extraordinary Profiles - 0 views

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    Grace. In this word revolves the life and ministry of Joseph Prince, who is one of the world's most influential ministers today, reaching millions with his television broadcasts and books. It is quite amazing to see how a former stuttering high school student would rise to become one of the leading voices of Christianity and be one of the most successful pastors in the world. Read the story of this extraordinary preacher and witness the incredible power of grace that worked in his life.
Peter Horsfield

David Bellamy - Extraordinary People Changing the Game - 0 views

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    Meet the extraordinary world-renowned author, environmental campaigner, botanist and former broadcaster who is most famous for his numerous television shows in BBC in the seventies and eighties, as well as his activism against the theory of global warming, David Bellamy. Throughout his career, he has been significant in promoting environmental care and protection. "When I see that the truth is being covered up I have to voice my ­opinions". To read more about David Bellamy visit www.thextraordinary.org
Martin Burrett

UKEdTech Live Stream - Episode 01 - 0 views

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    EdTech Live Stream hosted by @ICTmagic News, reviews, interviews, and 'how-to' guides Join the next live broadcast by going to http://eepurl.com/cSuSo1
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