Warner Premiere to debut first of its kind ‘visual music album’ featuring U.K. band

FilmFetish reports that U.K.-based band One Eskimo and Warner Premiere have created an innovative new musical experience that brings a musical album together with groundbreaking animation and story to offer music fans a fully immersive musical and visual storytelling experience. The brainchild of lead singer Kristian Leontiou, The Adventures of One Eskimo is a visual… Continue reading Warner Premiere to debut first of its kind ‘visual music album’ featuring U.K. band

Michael Jackson rehearsal video released

AEG Live has released the first video clip of Michael Jackson’s rehearsal, that was taped just two nights before he died, on June 23rd. Jackson and his dancers are performing They Don’t Care About Us and he is in prime form. Michael looks fit, totally coherent and in control. He doesn’t look frail, fragile or… Continue reading Michael Jackson rehearsal video released

Will the net become the next generation’s cable TV?

I read this release from the ACA and I think it brings up an interesting debate on how to truly monetize video content on the web. The question is whether it makes sense to force broadband cable providers to pay a fee (which would ultimately be passed along to consumers) for “premium” web content sites.… Continue reading Will the net become the next generation’s cable TV?

Sorenson Media announces significant expansion and job opportunities in San Diego

Sorenson Media recently announced a significant expansion of its operations into San Diego, California. The company’s new San Diego office will now serve as the central hub for the company’s business operations. In the midst of the current economic downturn, the industry-leading digital media solutions company will open significant employment opportunities in both San Diego… Continue reading Sorenson Media announces significant expansion and job opportunities in San Diego

Palm mobile to join Adobe’s Open Screen Project

At the GSMA Mobile World Congress, Adobe today announced that Palm is joining the Open Screen Project – a broad industry initiative dedicated to enabling standalone applications and full web browsing across televisions, desktops and mobile devices taking advantage of Adobe Flash Platform capabilities. The work of the Open Screen Project will help deliver Adobe… Continue reading Palm mobile to join Adobe’s Open Screen Project

Break Media launches Creative Lab for online content development

Break Media, the Internet’s premier entertainment community for men, today announced highlights of its growth in 2008, as well as the formation of an internal development and production organization named the “Creative Lab.” This new team, consisting of proven writers, directors and producers, will be dedicated to creating original content on behalf of branded advertisers… Continue reading Break Media launches Creative Lab for online content development

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival launches innovative online video concert series

Bonnaroo, one of the largest outdoor music festivals, is excited to launch Bonnaroo 365, a free, online concert series. The new, video-driven site offers fans innovative ways to experience the festival on-demand, year round and represents a technical collaboration between Ooyala, a leading online video provider and Threshold Interactive, a leading interactive marketing agency. The Grammy-nominated Raconteurs… Continue reading Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival launches innovative online video concert series

Intel and Yahoo to bring internet to TV

ntel Corporation and Yahoo! Inc. today previewed plans for the Widget Channel, a television (TV) application framework optimized for TV and related consumer electronics (CE) devices that use the Intel Architecture. The Widget Channel will allow consumers to enjoy rich Internet applications designed for the TV while watching their favorite TV programs. The Widget Channel… Continue reading Intel and Yahoo to bring internet to TV

Mediacom to feature coverage of 2008 Beijing Olympics on multiple platforms

Mediacom, in agreement with NBC Universal, will provide its customers with more viewing choices and enhanced content offerings as part of NBCU’s unprecedented coverage of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games which begin Friday, August 8th. Mediacom customers can access thousands of hours of NBCU’s most robust Olympic coverage delivered across multiple platforms, from traditional cable… Continue reading Mediacom to feature coverage of 2008 Beijing Olympics on multiple platforms

Wi-Fi TV bringing Beijing Olympics to your desktop

Wi-Fi TV is pulling live TV station content from various stations in China on to its splash page, the first page you see when you go to www.Wi-FiTV.com, www.Wi-FiChina.com or www.Wi-FiChina.cn during the rest of the entire month of August. The viewing is free and no sign up is required to watch the splash page.… Continue reading Wi-Fi TV bringing Beijing Olympics to your desktop