Tagged: video/TV

12seconds.tv brings citizens' voices to established media 0

12seconds.tv brings citizens' voices to established media

12seconds.tv, a lifestreaming/commentary/microblogging service in video format currently in beta, is becoming a popular tool for bringing people’s opinion to established media sites. The site’s built on really short video clips (12 seconds, duh!)...

YouTube gets new citizen media channel – and beef over censorship 1

YouTube gets new citizen media channel – and beef over censorship

Going through old posts on Beta Alfa’s blog, I found a post about YouTube’s new Citizen Media channel, Citizen News. They’ve appointed a News Manager and aim to collect news from citizen sources in...

Traditional media steps out on YouTube 0

Traditional media steps out on YouTube

Swedish state television (SVT) now has a YouTube channel. Previously Norway’s state tv has established itself on YouTube too, along with the BBC, writes Martin Jönsson. Jönsson calls it a fumbling effort on SVT’s...

André is a Geek Movie Director – and with 1000 fan club members, he'll get a tattoo to prove it 3

André is a Geek Movie Director – and with 1000 fan club members, he'll get a tattoo to prove it

A young Swedish guy is setting an example for how upcoming film directors could work online. André Hedetoft is going to make a low-budget superhero internet series, and he’s using blogs and social networking...

Geo-stories, the result of the Brighton multimedia project 0

Geo-stories, the result of the Brighton multimedia project

In December I wrote about the multimedia project in Brighton which is a collaboration between the University of Brighton, Nokia, Ymogen and the BBC. Today the result was released as Geo-stories, a set of...

Congdon laughingly breaks the rules of journalism – gets fatherly piece of advice 0

Congdon laughingly breaks the rules of journalism – gets fatherly piece of advice

Interesting piece by Daniel Terdiman on Cnet about Amanda Congdon‘s refusal to live by journalistic rules/standards, even after starting working for ABC News. there’s a bit of a kerfuffle going on right now in...

YouTube Video Awards announced… or are they? 1

YouTube Video Awards announced… or are they?

A recent news story from the Associated Press, rewritten by Swedish news agency Pressens Mediaservice and published in Dagens Nyheter, has got me quite confused. The story is about Youtube Video Awards. According to...

Al Gore brings Current TV to the UK and Ireland 1

Al Gore brings Current TV to the UK and Ireland

Current TV, the interactive tv network founded by Al Gore and Joel Hyatt in 2005, has now launched its UK version. With air time on both Sky and Virgin Media platforms in the UK...

MTV Movie Awards adds new category for user-generated content 0

MTV Movie Awards adds new category for user-generated content

Mark Burnett Productions, Yahoo and MTV today announced a new category at the MTV Movie Awards for user-generated content, “Best Movie Spoof”. The clips are to be parodies of films from the past year....

Citizen journalists banned from video reporting of violence in France 2

Citizen journalists banned from video reporting of violence in France

In France, neither filming nor broadcasting violent content is allowed for anyone else than professional journalists. This is the result of a law that’s recently been approved by the French Constitutional Council, writes InfoWorld....

One more tv channel launches video clip site 2

One more tv channel launches video clip site

Everybody just has to have them, it seems. Social media in the shape of video clips from our fun everyday moments are hot. The next big media site to take the step is Sweden’s...