LAS VEGAS — Producing content for an online audience is an entirely different ballgame from producing content for a television or film audience, thanks to the open dialogue that exists on the web between creator and consumer. At the IAWTV Awards at CES, we spoke with Steven Wasserman and Victor Solis, the creators of live […]
Global Post, an online news site producing some 150 international daily news stories a day, across video and print platforms, is meeting a growing demand for foreign news says Solana Pyne, a senior Global Post Video Producer, in this interview with Beet TV.
Paul Slavin, the veteran news producer and executive at ABC News who left the network last year, joined the big health destination site Everyday Health where he is creating an ambitious slate of video for the Web and television.
Here on the streets of Manhattan last week, we spoke with Kara Swisher, Co-Executive Editor of All Things Digital, about her Loeb award and her definition of blogging (it’s the same as reporting, she says).
SAN FRANCISCO — BoingBoing, the popular blog about technology and culture, has dialed back significantly from producing original daily packages to presenting mostly other’s videos, says David Pescovitz, co-editor, in this interview with Beet.TV
Videoegg's recent acquisition of blog company Six Apart, forming a new company called SAY Media, means that content creators can now monetize content through a sophisticated ad network and brand advertisers can reach a global audience comprised of some 340 million uniques monthly impressions, says Matt Sanchez, CEO.
Last month, VideoEgg, the online video ad network announced it was buying SixApart, the big blog platform company which operates Movable Type and TypePad.
VideoEgg, the online video technology and marketing company, will acquire the giant blog software company Six Apart in a deal to be announced tomorrow. The new company will be called SAY Media.
It was four years ago today that this blog had its first big scoop: Robert Scoble, the ground-breaking video blogger and social media evangelist at Microsoft, would leave to join a Silicon Valley start-up.
LONDON – The lack of a by-line for Economist writers provides a high degree of access, which is a big benefit in the reporting process, says Executive Editor Daniel Franklin in this interview with Beet.TV at The Economist's headquarters.
Ryan Tate over at Gawker reports that AOL is in discussions to acquire the big social media/tech blog Mashable.
Republicans Embracing YouTube with “Tons and Tons” of Uploads…but No One Beats Nancy Pelosi’s Cat Video
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Stung from the 2008 election losses, Republican members of Congress are uploading videos to YouTube in much greater numbers than Democrats.
CNN.com has taken notice of the Huffington Post and the Daily Beast as "opinion destinations" and wants to be a "horse in that race," CNN.com General Manager KC Estenson told me last night, after the industry introduction of the revamped CNN.com site. (transcript below)
NBC Local, the network of 10 regional U.S. Web sites created around television stations, is expanding its microblogging platform called SoMyCity to the iPhone with a new app which launched this week.
The Huffington Post, the Web's most influential blog, is launching a technology section today edited by Jose Antonio Vargas, former Washington Post reporter.
REDMOND, WA — Companies seeking to harness the power of videoblogging need to look at Channel 9, the pioneering site launched back in 2003.
TubeMogul's David Burch says that an analysis of video discovery has found that blog are the biggest referrer of video views.
BoingBoing, the popular and influential blog about culture and technology, has had video for sometime and now it's bigger than ever, literally.
With $25 Million in the Bank, Huffington Looks to Local Expansion….Blogging for HuffPo is “Not a Job”
Today in New York, the Huffington Post launches its New York local site. This is part of big roll out of local and "hyper local" sites planned, says Arianna Huffington in this video interview with Kara Swisher.
Six Apart, the San Francisco-based blog hosting and software company, has linked up with VideoEgg, the video ad network, to offer bloggers the opportunity to integrate interactive video ads.