The definition of streaming video

Streaming video is any moving video that plays within your web browser, rather being downloaded to your computer’s hard drive. An example would be video you watch at www.youtube.com, an online movie trailer, Quicktime or Windows Media Player video from the internet. Flash Video is the most common Streaming Video format today, because over 95% …
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“Hulu for Magazines” coming from publishing industry?

Mashable reports that the magazine publishing industry, which has been struggling to transition and continue to thrive in the digital age, is considering a “Hulu” for magazines joint venture. The core of the plan would be to create an iTunes-style digital storefront where content can be bundled into subscriptions and delivered to customers on multiple …
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Survey confirms that erotic service ads and scams top issues with online classified ad placement

According to Website Magazine, a survey commissioned by eBay’s local classifieds site Kijiji.com, revealed some interesting factors that users consider before visiting an online classifieds site. Apparently three in four U.S. adults (75%) claim to prefer to buy/sell items from a site that does not host erotic ads or adult services, and 53% of consumers …
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Company launches turnkey multimedia marketing system

Cutting or eliminating a marketing budget can be fatal for small and big businesses alike. When companies struggle, it’s marketing that often gets the ax, making it all the more difficult to attract new customers and build revenue. However, more and more business-owners are grasping the dire consequences of such actions and now exploring ways …
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Networking and competition site launched to advance student art

Stating that students produce “trend setting art sparked by their experimental natures,” yet have few marketing channels exclusively showcasing their creativity, a veteran area designer/art director announces the introduction of www.pxldust.com, a global design networking and competition site exclusively for student artists. Focusing on three key art mediums – illustration, graphic design and photography, the …
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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 …
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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 …
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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 …
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Adobe releases easy to use social network-building software

Adobe Systems today introduced a new Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), codenamed “Cocomo,” that can let developers easily add real-time social capabilities into Web applications via “cloud” computing. Using Cocomo and Adobe Flex, developers can include collaboration features like real-time audio/video and chat in their existing applications, or build entirely new ones such as multi-player games or social …
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Artist and Former Pro Skateboarder Andy Howell Launches Interactive Online Community for Arts, Pop Culture and Action Sports

ARTSPROJEKT, an interactive and culturally relevant online community for the arts, pop culture and action sports announced its launch today. ARTSPROJEKT will feature original art, illustrations, and designs by artists, celebrities, action sports stars and micro brands, as well as offer artist profiles, portfolios, online product galleries, collaborations, artist interviews, and more. ARTSPROJEKT will also …
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Public beta for MashOn Spore Comic Book Creator begins

MashON recently announced the Public Beta launch of the MashON Spore Comic Book Creator. Spore will be available globally on PC, Mac, Nintendo DS and mobile devices on September 7, 2008. The MashON Spore Comic Book Creator is a browser based application which allows Spore players to create, design, write and share digital comic books, …
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Run-DMC co-founder to setup cutting edge 3-D online environment

Futuristic 3-D social networking community Worlds.com and Paid Inc. have joined forces to develop a cutting edge, rich immersive 3-D environment for hip-hop legend Darryl DMC McDaniels, who co-founded the pioneering hip hop group Run-DMC. The highly symbiotic relationship is expected to open an ever-evolving series of pathways to increase web site traffic, enhance the …
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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 …
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Ideal Bite announces Green Awards

Ideal Bite, a leading source of ideas on light green living, announced its call for nominees for the first-ever Ideal Bite’s Best in Green (B.I.G.) Awards –an awards program that will annually recognize those companies, products and services that are true leaders and innovators in the green space. Winners of the 2008 B.I.G. Awards will …
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Acid Planet announces Johnny Cash Remix Contest

Acidplanet.com has unveiled a contest to develop a music remix of Johnny Cash’s debut single Cry, Cry, Cry, later included on Cash’s debut album, His Hot and Blue Guitar. The winner of the contest, developed by Sony Creative Software, Remix magazine and Compadre Records / Music World Music, will have his or her song released …
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Digital audiobooks to promote kids’ literacy

The leading provider of premium digital audio, Audible and The Parenting Group today announced a strategic alliance that taps into the rapid growth of downloadable audiobooks and the need for innovative approaches to jumpstart interest in reading among children. Designed to provide Parenting magazine’s readers and online users with a new place to turn children …
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Superdistribution software to change the game for digital entertainment

A breakthrough system of superdistribution to freely share copyrighted material over the Internet via digital containers is rolling out today, aiming to change the way content owners deliver and profit from distributing television, games, books, movies and music entertainment over the Internet. Santa Monica-based Digital Containers, a software company providing superdistribution of online content for …
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Mavric revolutionizes e-commerce delivery of games and huge digital media files

MAVRIC Media, a provider of web-based digital asset management and content delivery tools, today announced that Noesis Interactive, a developer of training tutorials for the video gaming community has adopted MAVRIC Media’s SalesBOOST electronic delivery service to enable consumers to digitally download Noesis products. This technology will facilitate all e-commerce related delivery of these massive …
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