Posts Tagged “platforms”

Miro 2.0: aggregating decentralized video

By | February 12, 2009

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Originally written for the Convergence Culture Consortium: On Tuesday, the Participatory Culture Foundation launched version 2.0 of their non-profit, open-source internet video player, Miro. A detailed features list can be found at the Miro site and Ars Technica has a fairly thorough breakdown of the pros and cons of the interface. What is immediately striking […]

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Global Media and Niche Audiences: Introducing

By | January 28, 2009

Originally written for the Convergence Culture Consortium On of the fascinating results of the increasing speed and accessibility of the present media landscape is that as the global reach of media content broadens, companies are becoming aware of increasingly fragmented, niched, and narrow audience segments. Such as the case with a new online VOD platform, […]

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