The Continuing Saga Of Anyone Being Able To Do Video On The Web

Posted by: Jon Fine on December 5, 2007

Andy Plesser from beet.tv came by late last week to film a quick segment bouncing off my media predictions for 2008. And it looks a little bit like this, at least in its unedited form:

A cleaner, tighter edited version is here.

My wife often suggests that I talk too fast. Every now and again I am reminded that she is right.

Reader Comments

QB Productions

December 5, 2007 10:44 PM

Though many people are posting videos for sheer entertainment, the business arena is strongly lacking in this area. I have recently come across a new video business directory that is free. It is www.MeetMyBiz.tv
The site has just recently launched. I am among the first to join this directory. It seems to be fairly comprehensive for the everyday business owner. I am hoping it will be a good networking opportunity that will mesh connecting with other business people and growing my business.

Newyorkslim2001

December 27, 2007 11:55 AM

Rupert Murdock may be anathema in established media circles -- and his purchase of Dow Jones perceived as a threat. But look at it this way: His media properties are vibrant, distinctive, challenging, successful -- and very human -- in an age of plastic network TV and formulaic Hollywood productions. Give the man credit! He hired Roger Ailes -- undisputed media genius! and he invested in the WS Journal -- one of the information gems of our culture. Would the Journal be in better hands with Trump? or GE? or Nick Lehman!? C'mon! Give Murdock more than credit. Acknowledge the blessing of his vision and contributions. -- NYSlim2001

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